Groundwater treatment plant for the removal of benzene
Ressources: Soil, Groundwater, Air
Flow rate: 2000 (m3/h)
Processes: Catalytic oxidation
In operation since: Feb 2009
KF Company: Harbauer Berlin GmbH
The crude gas loaded with organic impurities (benzene) is supplied to the plant by means of the exhaust fan. First, the raw gas enters the air/air heat exchanger with a downstream electric heater, where it is preheated to 320 °C. After the heater, it enters the reactor, where it is heated to 400 °C by oxidation. During the flow through the catalyst bed, the pollutants are oxidized. After the catalyst, the purified exhaust gas flows through the heat exchanger, where it is cooled to about 180 °C. After the heat exchanger, the cleaned exhaust gas leaves the plant.
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