Tri-Mer Exhibits Air Pollution Control Systems at Sur/Fin

Tri-Mer Corp. exhibits air pollution control systems and process equipment such as its chemical-free fan/separator designed to scrub corrosive fumes with 10-percent less water than traditional wet scrubbers.

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Tri-Mer Corp. exhibits air pollution control systems and process equipment such as its chemical-free fan/separator designed to scrub corrosive fumes with 10-percent less water than traditional wet scrubbers. Crossflow scrubbers are used for inorganic compounds and maintain stack emissions to specific ppm levels. According to the company, the C/E-1 chrome scrubber is highly efficient for all chrome regardless of loading and doesn’t consume chemicals or generate waste.

Also featured is the Whirl Wet, self-cleaning wet dust collector and Tri-flow dry dust collector used for submicron particulate and fumes, as well as process tanks and specialty fabrications for plating and anodizing lines in polypropylene, PE, PVC, and mild/stainless steel. 

Equipment can be supplied with fume hoods, ducting, pumps, agitation, and material handling.

 

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On display at booth 741.

For all exhibition details, conference sessions and event info, go to nasfsurfin.com.

 

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