Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer

Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer

(RTO) Systems 

What are RTOs?

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The regenerative thermal oxidizer is a system that utilizes a ceramic media bed to store heat and destroy VOCs. It is designed to take in your application’s process exhaust and break down air toxins, odors, VOCs and HAPs.

It is among today’s most widely accepted air pollution control technologies across the industry. A low initial capital cost, reduced annual operating cost, and minimal maintenance make this one of the most attractive technologies for our customers.

TKS promises the following efficiency and services for their custom-built RTOs:


How does the RTO work?

First, the RTO uses ceramic materials in order to absorb the heat given off from the exhaust gas. Then, this heat is used to preheat the incoming gas while eliminating pollutants released from the exhaust streams. This process is best used in applications with low VOC strengths with high waste stream flow levels because of the high thermal energy recovery rate.

Basic Operation:

Initially, a hot gas stream gets passed over a heat sink material and recovers the heat by a cold gas stream passing through in an alternating rotation. Through this process, harmful pollutants are converted to carbon dioxide and water vapor before exiting the RTO, safely and purely. This ensures that your company’s exhaust emissions are controlled and safe.

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Benefits of Choosing TKS:

Our cost-effective design is user-friendly while effectively controlling air pollution. We offer superior customer service and support, and have a complete aftermarket sales department. TKS has the experience applying RTO systems on dozens of industrial processes just like yours. Let our 20-plus years of air pollution control experience help you maintain regulatory compliance with optimum initial and long-term operating solutions for your facility.

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