Operating principle Oxi.X DF
Lances are used to bring the exhaust air into the Oxi.X DF system. It then moves toward the back of the system where the burner flame is located. There the polluted air is heated by the burner designed by Dürr. Above a certain temperature, which varies depending on the concentration of pollutants in the exhaust air, the pollutants are oxidized.
Another important parameter is the dwell time of the air mixture in the combustion chamber, which can be selected to meet individual requirements.
The clean air can be reused in different ways or undergo further purification processes. A downstream steam boiler, thermal oil boiler, or air-to-air heat exchanger can be used to recover the heat from the air.
Manufacturing processes often produce different types of pollutants in exhaust air. This is why thermal treatment processes are sometimes not an adequate solution on their own. In these cases additional Air Pollution Control Systems, such as scrubbers, quenchers, and/or hose filters, can be installed downstream of the Oxi.X DF system. An Cat.X CR system is another option to be installed downstream.