Cloud Chamber Scrubber Case Studies
Case Study #3:
Fiber Optics Manufacturing
Fiber Optics Glass.
Applications where conventional equipment is very inconsistent in
meeting regulations provides an opportunity for the Cloud Chamber Scrubber (CCS) to
showcase its unique capabilities. Fiber optics manufacturing is a typical example.
After a pilot plant demonstration, the first CCS units in fiber optics manufacturing were installed
in Europe in early 2000. The CCS was quickly recognized as the industry standard for air
pollution control, and additional installations followed in the United States. This trend has
continued, most recently with a CCS installed at a fiber optics manufacturing facility in India.
The emissions from fiber optics manufacturing are a very serious challenge for conventional
technology. The combination of submicron glass particles mixed with chlorine and hydrochloric
gases creates a number of issues. The CCS removed both PM and gases at over 99% efficiency.
See Graph below.
Performance Data: Particles, Gases – Fiber Optics
Graphic 1. Performance results on fiber optics emissions for both particles
(submicron silicon dioxide) and gases (hydrochloric and chlorine).
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