Emissions reduction

In the following, we present a selection of our range of services, which complies with the current requirements regarding emission reduction.

Exhaust gas treatment
The emission of gases to the atmosphere is subject to constantly tightening regulations and increasingly requires measures for the retrofitting of purification steps. We have extensive process knowledge to remove harmful components from specific gases in accordance with legal requirements and to implement customized treatment units. Focus with this is always to reliably maintain the required gas qualities and to keep investment and operating costs as low as possible.
In addition, we are able to check your process plant for the avoidance of waste gas quantities. This can be done within the scope of an analysis for plant optimization.

CO2 Capture
In order to reduce the CO2 footprint, the capture of carbon dioxide (CO2) is becoming increasingly important. The regulation of CO2 allowances in almost all industries forces the reduction of CO2 emissions. As exhaust gases mostly contain carbon dioxide in many areas, technologies are required to capture the CO2. We support you in the planning of such plants (CO2 scrubbing, CO2 compression, CO2 liquefaction ...), but also carry them out. With our know-how in the field of Carbon Capture (CCUS), we are looking forward to help you.

Flare systems
We develop stationary and mobile flares for the combustion of gases, taking into account applicable safety standards.
The mobile flares are extremely flexible and quick in operation by mounting on a car trailer or other chassis. If desired, they can be designed in such a way that self-sufficient operation is possible. All consumables such as nitrogen and propane are carried along. A user-friendly control system, e.g. via a touch panel, makes such mobile systems easy to handle.

Sound insulation
Information on this topic can be found here.

Suctions / Pipe systems
Information on this topic can be found here.

Gas quality and gas detection
Information on this topic can be found here.

Ulrich Trebbe