Industrial CO2 Filtration and Recovery
a Solution to Your CO2 Filtration Needs
design CO2 Filtration and Recovery solutions for industrial and
laboratory use. We have two technologies available:
Filtration and Recovery technologies:
Amine as the CO2 adsorbent (Patented)
- Service life of > 5.000
cycles of filtration;
- Up to 20 years' autonomy;
- Automatic regeneration of the
- Voltage: 110/230 V.
Soda Lime as the CO2 adsorbent
- Disposable cartridges;
- No need for electrical power.
examples of our
CO2 Filtration and Recovery solutions:
Tank Breather Filters for Demineralized and
Tank Breather Filters to
CO2 in the air inlet of demineralized and condensate water tanks. See Water
Breather Filters for CO2 .
solutions to eliminate smaller quantities of
Carbon Dioxide CO2 in Combustion
solutions to eliminate and/or recover 100%
Carbon Dioxide CO2 in Laboratory
We offer ASCO2
Systems to transfer CO2 from outdoor air to Greenhouses - See: ASCO2
Recovery and Storage
situations it can be economically reasonable to recover Carbon Dioxide of
combustion gases or outdoor air for use in industrial processes.
We can provide our clients with Automatic CO2
Recovery & Storage Systems
that recover carbon dioxide from air/gases and automatically store the CO2
in high-pressure gas bottles.
Purifiers for Offices and Meeting Rooms
a Solution to Your CO2 Filtration or CO2 Recovery Needs
order for us to be able to design a carbon dioxide elimination and/or recovery
system for your needs, we need to know the following:
What is the objective for the
use of the system? Could our FRESCO2
Air Purifiers be a solution to your CO2 filtration
needs? (See: FRESCO2
Air Purifiers ) If the FRESCO2
Air Purifiers are not adequate, to start with, we would need
the following information:
1. What is the maximum
l/s, CFM) to be filtered?
2. What is the Temperature approximately of the air-/gasflow at entering the
3. What is the
composition of Gases, Vapours and Particles contained in
at entering the filter?
3.A. What is the
Gases and Vapours contained in
at entering the filter?
3.B. What is the Quantity and
Solid Materials and Particles contained in
or ft3 at
entering the filter?
4. What is the CO2
Filtration Efficiency required?
5. What is the maximum Pressure Drop permitted for the filter?
6. Is electrical power available for the filter?
6.A. What is the Voltage available?
7. What type of connection (e.g. of the ductwork of premises or equipment) that
you possibly need for the filter?
8. How much space (dimensions) is available for the installation of the filtration system?
What is the
internal pressure of the system in which the CO2 filter is to be
look forward to your
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