ITAS Solvent recovery unit
Solvent Recovery Unit (SRU) is a system allowing the recovery of most solvent used for printing. It recovers the VOCs contained in the effluent with a filtration, at low temperature, through an activated carbon bed.
After filtration the flow can be released to the atmosphere in respect of emission limits. Whenever VOCs are separated from impurities, then they may be reused.
From engineering and system design to site assistance and supervision, online remote assistance, revamping and training, Fives designs and supplies regenerative thermal oxidizers to meet any technical requirement and help customers exceed their objectives in terms of polluting emission.
Optimized and easy to operate with a regulation system based on flow and temperature in the combustion chamber, ITAS Solvent Recovery Units do not require direct combustion, avoiding NOx or CO emissions.
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