Air Emissions Treatment Equipment

The CMM Group provides the design, installation, maintenance, and repair of air pollution control equipment that reduces environmental impact by destroying harmful volatile organic compounds (VOC) released during manufacturing processes. Our VOC emission control solutions include regenerative thermal oxidizers, recuperative thermal oxidizers, catalytic oxidizers, and rotary concentrators suited for a variety of applications.

Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO)

placeholderRegenerative thermal oxidizers are a popular choice for VOC emissions abatement, due to their high energy efficiency. Our RTOs destroy air pollutants emitted from process exhaust streams at temperatures ranging from 815°C (1,500°F) to 980°C (1,800°F) utilizing ceramic media packed into vertical canisters as a high-efficiency heat exchanger.

Learn More

Recuperative Thermal Oxidizer

placeholderOur thermal recuperative oxidizers utilize a multi-pass shell-and-tube type heat exchanger, which is fabricated of heavy-duty stainless steel to destroy air pollutants emitted from process exhaust streams by thermal oxidation.

Learn More

Catalytic Oxidizer

technical services Catalytic oxidizers from The CMM Group destroy air pollutants and volatile organic compounds at lower temperatures than thermal oxidation. Catalytic oxidizers utilize a high-efficiency counter-flow plate type heat exchanger, achieving oxidation as VOC emissions pass through a heated bed of precious metal catalyst.

Learn More

Rotary Concentrator

placeholderOur rotary concentrators are hybrid VOC abatement systems that efficiently remove and destroy volatile organic compounds. The polluted air passes through a rotating wheel where the air pollutants are adsorbed onto a hydrophobic Zeolite media and then removed and destroyed by use of an oxidizer.

Learn More

Energy Recovery

placeholderHeat recovery systems utilize the heat energy that would normally be exhausted directly into the atmosphere by air pollution control systems for building comfort heat, process make-up air (ovens/dryers, kilns, curing zones, etc.), or in some cases, can completely replace the need for natural gas fired burners and/or electric heaters within the manufacturing process itself.

Learn More