Gannon & Scott Introduces Thermal Reduction System

Metals refiner Gannon & Scott Inc. introduces its new TRu3TecTM thermal reduction system designed to recover precious metals from residual plating wastes with high efficiency.

Metals refiner Gannon & Scott Inc. introduces its new TRu3TecTM thermal reduction system designed to recover precious metals from residual plating wastes with high efficiency.

The new system at the company’s metals recovery facility is said to process combustible materials with even a low percentage of precious metals such as ion exchange resins, plating filters and rags. It operates at relatively low temperatures to dramatically reduce the formation of hazardous byproducts, and features advanced environmental controls to further reduce waste emissions.

The three-stage TRu3Tec system is part of a portfolio of services for metal plating operations for fully processing scrap from reel-to-reel and barrel plating, plating wire and stamped scrap, focus materials such as spent cathodes, plated parts requiring chemical stripping, as well as the safe processing of wastewater sludge and plating solutions.

Gannon & Scott also offers sampling and analytical services through its in-house commercial precious metals laboratory.

Pollution controls for the Tru3Tec system includes quenching, cyclonic separation, wet scrubbing of exhaust gases and dust collection. The company’s plants are zero-discharge facilities for processing wastewater sludge and plating solutions.

For more information, visit gannon-scott.com.

 

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