McGill AirClean has more than 40 years of experience solving air pollution control problems for boilers, furnaces, incinerators, and a variety of industrial processes.
During that time, we have helped customers comply with air emission regulation in industries such as glass, wood products, pulp and paper, automotive, chemical, pharmaceutical, food, metals, petrochemical, electrical power and steam generation, hazardous solid waste incineration, and many more.
McGill AirClean's Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers
McGill AirClean's regenerative thermal oxidizer (RTO) systems combine effective destruction of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with economical and dependable operation to comply with emission regulations at the lowest possible cost.
McGill AirClean's ThermaGrid™ RTOs are effective in controlling chemical emissions and VOCs in a wide variety of industries. ThermaGrid RTOs use a gridded-ceramic heat transfer block that controls VOC emissions and other chemical emissions at high-destruction efficiencies with low-energy consumption and minimal maintenance.
These RTO systems are available in economical two-bed designs and in three-bed designs for increased VOC removal efficiency. The straight-through flow design stays clean and resists plugging and maintenance problems that plague other RTO designs.
ThermaGridTM RTO Systems
Our ThermaGrid RTO system costs less to operate than conventional saddle-type systems. The key to its efficient operation is the design of the gridded ceramic blocks that serve as a heat transfer medium as it enters the combustion chamber.
Operating costs depend in part on how much energy is used to move the gas through the system. Conventional saddle-type
designs are expensive to operate because the saddles restrict gas flow, creating a high pressure drop.
But a ThermaGrid system's gridded ceramic blocks allow straight-through, laminar flow, resulting in a significantly lower pressure drop. That means lower horsepower requirements and lower operating costs.