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|Main Title||Control of industrial VOC emissions by catalytic incineration /|
|Author||Thielen, C. J. ; Palazzolo, M. A.|
|CORP Author||Radian Corporation.|
|Publisher||Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,|
|Report Number||EPA/600/2-84/118G; RAD-83-203-001-50-33; EPA-68-02-3171|
|Subjects||Hazardous wastes--Incineration ; Incinerators ; Factory and trade waste|
|Additional Subjects||Magnet wire ; Air pollution control ; Catalysts ; Incinerators ; Electrical insulation ; Solvents ; Plastic coatings ; Performance evaluation ; Sampling ; Industrial wastes ; Combustion products ; Assessments ; Gas analysis ; Reviews ; Sites ; Design criteria ; Performance evaluation ; Phenol ; Cresols ; Volatile organic compounds ; Air pollution sampling ; Liquid waste disposal ; Air pollution detection|
|Collation||95 pages ; 28 cm|
The report is part of a two-phase EPA effort to assess the performance, suitability, and costs of various technologies to control emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). In Phase 1, information was assembled from the literature on the use and cost of using catalytic incineration for VOC control. Results included: (1) a review of current and developing catalytic incineration technology, (2) an assessment of the overall performance of catalytic incinerators, (3) a review of applications where catalytic incinerators are used, (4) a comparative analysis of catalytic incineration with other competing VOC controls, (5) an examination of available methods for emission testing catalytic incinerators, and (6) an assessment of the need for additional performance test data. Phase 2 was a test program designed to increase the catalytic incinerator performance data base. It resulted in reports documenting the performance of eight catalytic incinerators at six industrial sites. The incinerators were used to control VOC emissions from solvent evaporation processes at can coating, coil coating, magnet wire, and graphic arts printing plants. Performance was measured at several process conditions at each site. Incinerator performance was characterized in terms of destruction efficiency, outlet solvent concentration, and energy usage. Design and operating data were collected. This report presents test results from the incinerator at Plant C-5, a magnet wire plant.
"July 1984." Microfiche.
V. 7. Catalytic incinerator performance at industrial site C-5 / by C.J. Thielen [and] M.A. Palazzolo.