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Tecnología de purificación de aire para eliminar contaminantes orgánicos y microbiológicos mediante absorción de plasma

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
10 RU 86FG 3GEU
Publicado:
23/06/2015
Caducidad:
29/12/2015
Resumen:
Una empresa rusa ha desarrollado una tecnología de purificación de aire para eliminar contaminantes orgánicos mediante absorción de plasma. Esta tecnología se emplea para limpiar emisiones generadas en procesos de producción industrial y se basa en la eliminación de contaminantes orgánicos del aire en plasma de presión atmosférica de baja temperatura creado en un reactor de descarga de gas. Los reactores de gas en fase piloto están siendo analizados por la empresa. Se buscan socios interesados en continuar con el desarrollo e implementar la tecnología.

Details

Tittle:
Technology for air purification from organic and microbiological pollutants by plasma adsorption
Summary:
A small Russian company from Saint Petersburg develops a technology for air purification from organic pollutants by plasma adsorption; it can be used to clean emissions of industrial productions. The technology is based on the idea of removing organic pollutants from the air in low temperature atmospheric-pressure plasma created in a gas-discharge reactor. Pilot gas reactors are already in test operation. The company seeks partners for the further development and implementation of the technology
Description:
The proposed technology is based on the idea of treating organic pollutants with low-temperature atmospheric-pressure plasma created in a gas-discharge reactor, and subsequent additional oxidation of residual pollutants with products of plasma chemical reactions that the air flow brings out of the reactor. The air flow is purified while passing two stages. The first stage is the gas-discharge reactor where pollutant molecules are dissociated, ionized and excited under the action of electronic and ionic plasmas and UV radiation, and also oxidized and transformed by atomic oxygen, ozone and other active particles and radicals created in low temperature air or water vapor plasma. The final air purification takes place at the second stage that can be designed differently depending on the pollutant type and concentration, and also on the discharge air volume. In most cases, an adsorbent/catalyst may be used, where impurities are captured and additionally oxidized by residual ozone from the gas-discharge reactor.

The gas-discharge reactor design is of a modular type; it can be mounted into the air conduit. The number of reactor modules depends on the pollutant concentration and composition. The proposed purification technology was tested at the laboratory bench designed to clean the air from styrene, butanol, xylene, phenol, and formaldehyde with concentrations from 0.01 to 1.0 g/m3. A set of pilot setups has been fabricated and put into test operation.

Current and Potential Domain of Application: The technique proposed may be used to clean ventilation emissions of pulp-and-paper, chemical, machine building, microelectronic, microbiological and other productions both in the common ventilation air flow and in the local treatment mode with the air return into the working area.
Current and Potential Domain of Application
The technique proposed may be used to clean ventilation emissions of pulp-and-paper, chemical, machine building, microelectronic, microbiological and other productions both in the common ventilation air flow and in the local treatment mode with the air return into the working area.
Advantages and Innovations:

The advantage of the proposed technology over conventional methods, namely, torch afterburning and catalytic thermal oxidation, is as follows:
- high purification efficiency;
- universality with respect to the types of pollutants and their mixtures;
- small size of the purification setup to be mounted into the air conduit;
- low resistance to the air flow allowing the setup use in ventilation systems;
- local purification (i.e., directly near the pollution source).
The advantage is the greatest when the air should be cleaned from organic and microbiological pollutants with impurity concentrations up 0.01 g/m3 and also deodorized by removing scented low-concentrated impurities.
Stage of Development:
Available for demonstration
IPs:
Secret know-how

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
- Type of partner sought: industry

- Specific area of activity of the partner: productions causing air discharge into the atmosphere

- Task to be performed by the partner sought: Joint improvement of the technique according to the Partner's specification and its implementation at the Partner's plant with assistance of the Russian company
Type of Partnership Considered:
Assembly
Engineering
Joint further development
Technical consultancy
Testing of new applications

Client

Type and Size of Client:
Industry SME 11-49
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English
Russian

Keywords

Technology Keywords:
10002 Medio ambiente