Gaseous and particulate emissions can be removed from the exhaust streams of boilers and process equipment using Vortex Air Pollution Control Systems.
These extraction systems can be designed to target specific noxious substances like SO2 as well as particulates.
Vortex Air Pollution Control Systems are currently controlling emissions from wood fired boilers, coal fired boilers, diesel fired boilers, glass furnaces and metal furnaces throughout New Zealand and in Australia and the United Kingdom.
With increasingly stringent limits on emissions required for resource consents, using an Electrostatic Precipitator, Pulse Jet Baghouse, High Efficiency Cyclone, Grit Arrestor/Multiclone or a Wet Scrubber will reduce the environmental impact of your operations.
Talk to the team at Vortex Engineering today for state-of-the-art extraction system design. Vortex Engineering has over 30 years’ experience in designing and installing a full range of air pollution control systems across New Zealand.
Since 1989 the Vortex Engineering team have worked with various industries to create the customised extraction system designs that work for them. For example, we can pair wet or dry electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) with mechanical conveying systems, or baghouse dust collectors with efficient online cleaning systems for a comprehensive solution to your air pollution control needs.
Talk to Vortex Engineering today and we’ll help you improve the health and quality of your working environment. You’ll find us all over New Zealand, including Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington and Dunedin.