Dürr first deployed the Ecopure CCF, a new combined DeDust, DeSOx and DeNOx process, for a Chinese glassmaker.
It enables the glassware manufacturer to reliably comply with low emission limits. Another strength of the space-saving technology is its suitability both for new installations and retrofits.
Due to TA-Luft 2017 – the new air pollution control regulations – this technology is also of particular interest to industrial companies in Germany.
The Ecopure CCF technology eliminates three pollutants in one system, which translates into economic total cost of ownership.
As DeDust, DeSOx and DeNOx processes are combined in just one unit; the setup is compact and allows space-saving installation within existing production facilities.
The efficiency of the individual processes delivers maximum separation efficiencies for all types of pollutants, meeting the latest requirements of the forthcoming TA-Luft 2017 regulations particularly in respect of dust, sulphur oxides and nitrogen oxides. Integrating the three individual processes into the Ecopure CCF system means lower maintenance costs and reduced space requirements, which results in lower operating costs.
The 3-in-1 technology has been well received, especially in overseas markets, and now it has been included in the official draft of the VDI 2578 standard in Germany.
Pictured: The system has been installed at a Chinese glassmaker's plant.