Tri-Mer's focus is advanced pollution control technology combined with turnkey project delivery services.
The Tri-Mer complex of manufacturing, engineering, project management, and corporate services is located in Owosso, about 90 miles from the Detroit airport. Large scale semi-automated steel fabrication and plastics manufacturing is housed in multiple bays with over 200,000 sq. ft. of production capacity.
Tri-Mer has fifteen lines of equipment, both wet and dry. The Catalytic Ceramic Filter system is the premier dry system for simultaneously controlling multiple pollutants, including PM, SOx, and NOx. Other Tri-Mer systems include Tri-NOx Multi-Chem, Whirl Wet Dust Collectors, Packed Bed Towers, Crossflow Scrubbers, Venturi Scrubbers, Odor Control Systems, and a broad range of auxiliary products, including tanks and specialty fabrications.
The unexcelled performance of the technology and the timeliness of project delivery – within budget and on time – is the bedrock of Tri-Mer customer satisfaction. Multiple projects with established customers are the core of the business.
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Tri-Mer Corporation understands the importance that progressive companies place on advanced engineering, precision manufacturing, and expert, on-time installation and commissioning. Our commitment is to help you to master today's air pollution regulations in the most cost-effective way, and to simplify compliance with other clean air initiatives.
1400 Monroe Street
Owosso, MI 48867
Efficient dust collection, plus product recovery benefit fertilizer manufacturer.
Fishery Products International, a division of ConAgra, chooses Tri-Mer.
Wax products producer achieves 99% efficiency using Tri-Mer Dust Collection Equipment.
The Tri-Flow Dust Collector Design is preferred throughout industry.
Whirl Wet Dust Collector System chosen by waste management firm.
Horween Leather chooses Whirl Wet Dust Collector for high efficiency and safety.
A Tri-Mer Whirl-X® was engineered for the safe, efficient collection of metal fines from grinding, sanding and deburring operations involving aluminum, magnesium, titanium, beryllium, uranium and other exotic metals.
Florida Tile experienced high maintenance, and unplanned shut-downs due to a dry scrubber (bag house) on a glazing operation. The high weight and moisture of the glaze made it difficult to contain the overspray and caused frequent production stoppages. Maintenance was costly, involving both the bag house and ventilation hoods.
A Whirl Wet 4200 cfm Whirl Wet industrial dust collection system was chosen to capture particulate from a pug mill used by the Public Works Department to make road base. The Whirl Wet is ideally suited to this application: it efficiently captures 99% of particulate 10.0 microns in size and 98% of particles 5.0 microns in size, while using very little water.
A manufacturer of natural stone and composite products for countertops, landscaping and commercial applications, chose Whirl Wet industrial dust collection technology. The system is a Model H, which is manufactured in capacities from 425 cfm to 50,000 cfm and higher. The system selected has a maximum 5250 cfm capacity; an automatically timed drain-down system provides efficient management of particulate.
A large multinational manufacturer of chemicals, polymers and other petrochemical derivatives chose a Whirl Wet industrial dust collection system to collect particulate from a pellet dryer. The system, a Model H, has a capacity maximum of 5250 cfm.
Hanson Brick is North America’s largest brick manufacturer, with a capacity of more than 1.7 billion bricks. It also is the region’s only kiln-fired face brick manufacturer.
A manufacturer of precision metal components chose a Whirl Wet Scrubber for the collection of particulate from multiple machining operations. The customer debated between an all-polypropylene unit, or a mild steel unit with an epoxy liner, ultimately opting for the polypropylene. (Tri-Mer also manufactures this system in PVC, PVDF and stainless steel.)
Whirl Wet Dust Collector System chosen for processing and packaging operations.
Whirl Wet provides High Efficiency Wet Dust Collection for Erickson Cosmetics.
A manufacturer of abrasive blasting booths selected Tri-Flow technology to provide dust collection for the turnkey systems they market worldwide.
Industrial Dust Collector Systems capture chemical powders.
Whirl Wet Dust Collectors preferred for pill coating operation.
StockPot, a Campbell's Soup subsidiary, makes premium soups, sauces, chilies and marinades for the foodservice industry.
Tri-Mer technology for controlling sulfuric acid fumes from dry charge formation operations offers high collection efficiencies at all loadings.
A major Midwest metalworking facility uses 24 OM-1 Mist Collector units ducted to over 200 sources, including grinding, dressing, CNC machining, lathes and heat-treating operations.
Whirl Wet provides high efficiency wet dust collection for Delphi Automotive.
Harley Davidson shines with Industrial Dust Collector for sanding and polishing.
A company specializing in onsite sandblasting chose a Tri-flow cartridge dust collector for its high efficiency (99.99%+) on particles that range from submicron to 5+ microns.
A manufacturer of freeze-dried fruit and herb products chose Tri-flow dry dust control for their packaging operations.
Surrette Battery Company replaces baghouse with Whirl Wet Dust Collector.
Aerospace metalworking shop chooses Tri-Mer for aluminum dust collection.
Boeing Rotorcraft Systems, known today as the Mobility Division of Boeing Military Aircraft, purchased a Fan / Separator fume scrubber system, also a chrome scrubber and four Crossflow scrubbers from Tri-Mer.
Systems integrator specifies Tri-Mer Whirl Wet Dust Collection System.
A facility equipment contractor specified Tri-Mer’s aluminum dust collectors for a new manufacturing plant. The systems specified were Model Ms, with the manual particulate disposal option.
Criterion Catalysts & Technology supplies refining and petrochemical catalysts for hydroprocessing applications, including tail gas treating, alkylation pretreatment, isomerization, hydrotreating and hydrocracking.
As part of a commitment to reduce airborne emissions – or the risk of such emissions – the Mt. Vernon, IN plant of GE Plastics – now Saudi Arabia Basic Industries Corporation – installed a NOx scrubber.
The aromas from savory flavors are detectable even at low concentrations, and pose special challenges for companies who manufacture or use them.
This project was for a major manufacturer of a tableted OTC analgesic. The manufacturing process was being redesigned, and a critical aspect of the work was the re-engineering of a reactor.
TABC produces components, welded subassemblies, steering columns, and service parts for Toyota’s North American facilities, Tesla Motors, Toyota Motor Sales, and for export.
A high-speed machining and grinding center specializing in aerospace projects specified a Whirl / Wet for aluminum dust collection.
Tri-Mer plating tanks were originally designed for use in hardcoat and hot anodizing operations, where continuous extreme temperatures (32°F, up to 85°F and above) are standard.
The six PTFE filters in the system are MERV 15 rated, and collect all particulate, including submicron particulate, at 99.999% efficiency or better.
The systems all use Tri-Mer’s PTFE membrane, a HEPA Level, MERV 16 media, which has a very high dust loading capacity. Filters provide collection efficiencies of 99.999% on 0.5 micron and larger particles by weight, and cost-effective compliance with stack emissions standards.
The Tri-Flow units range in capacity from 2000 to 20,000 cfm; all use Tri-Plus MERV 15 filters, an alternative proven superior to bags and cartridges, which are typically MERV 10-13.
First, a few clarifications. Wet dust collectors are sometimes referred to as “wet scrubbers,” although they are technically not scrubbers at all. There are several types of wet collectors, including Venturis, cyclones and centrifugal systems.
Catalyst-embedded ceramic filters offer a new technological capability of removing NOX at lower temperatures, while simultaneously removing PM, SOX and HCl. The technology also removes organic hazardous air pollutants (O-HAPS) THC, dioxins and mercury, all in a single compact system.
A manufacturer of pies, biscuits, buns, and crusts for many of the world’s largest food chains and retailers selected a 525 cfm Model H Whirl / Wet dust collector to collect particulate from sugar and cinnamon dust. Whirl Wet’s efficiency on these dusts is exceptionally high: 99% for particles 10.0 microns and larger, 98% for particles 5.0 microns and larger.