1. Calcium (Lime Based) Sorbents vs. Sodium (Sorbents)

    Both sodium and calcium sorbents have been used as dry sorbents for the mitigation of acid gas for the past 30 years with great success. “Calcium (lime based) sorbents vs. sodium (sorbents)” itemizes the fundamental differences, pros and cons between them, and the properties that make sodium bicarbonate and trona well suited for air pollution control.

  2. Mist Eliminator

    Captures machining oil mists, cleans the air, reduces fire risk.

  3. Pre-SCR Injection Of Sodium Sorbents

    n “Pre-SCR Injection of Sodium Sorbents,” presented at EUEC 2018, trona and sodium bicarbonate treatment of flue gas emissions are reviewed in two case studies. The first focuses on a power plant with a medium sized boiler. 

  4. OTC Analgesic Manufacturer Selects Tri-Mer’s NOx Scrubber Technology

    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.

  5. Tri-Mer Upgrades NOx Scrubber For TABC, Toyota’s First North American Manufacturing Plant

    TABC produces components, welded subassemblies, steering columns, and service parts for Toyota’s North American facilities, Tesla Motors, Toyota Motor Sales, and for export.

  6. Aerospace Metalworking Shop Chooses Tri-Mer For Aluminum Dust Collection

    A high-speed machining and grinding center specializing in aerospace projects specified a Whirl / Wet for aluminum dust collection.

  7. The Steel Processing Line Provides Continuous Annealing And Pickling Of Stainless Coils For POSCO

    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.

  8. A Leading Manufacturer Of Facility Structural Products Chose A 5000 cfm Tri-Flow Dust Collection System For Particulate From Laser Cutting, Plasma Cutting And Welding Operations

    The six PTFE filters in the system are MERV 15 rated, and collect all particulate, including submicron particulate, at 99.999% efficiency or better.

  9. Three Major US Manufacturers Of Nutritional Supplements Have Installed Tri-Flows To Control Flotation Dusts From Bagging, Bottling Or Dry Mixing Operations

    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.

  10. Two Gold Mining Companies Each Chose Multiple Tri-Flow Systems For Dry Dust Control On Thermal Treatment Systems That Exhaust To Atmosphere

    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.