Tri-Mer’s UltraCat ceramic filter system is compatible with standard mercury removal techniques. Control of mercury is notoriously difficult: each instance is analyzed individually and customized solutions are engineered. A few general observations can be offered, however.
Tri-Mer Ceramic Filter Systems are 99%+ efficient for the collection of submicron particulates. The typical level of PM emissions control at the outlet of Tri-Mer ceramic filters is 0.001 grains/dscf (2.0 mg/Nm3).
Tri-Mer Chemical Storage Tank Scrubbers (aka "CST scrubbers" or venting scrubbers) are packed towers that reduce emissions of hazardous or corrosive vapors. The systems use Tri-Packs tower packing, which provides maximum surface contact between gas and scrubbing liquid. This optimizes scrubbing efficiency, and minimizes the depth of packing depth needed for effective operation.
Tri-Mer technology treats diesel emissions from a wide variety of stationary sources. These include generators, small power plants, and “mixed fuel” steam boilers or power generation installations. Please see for more information. A common “stationary” application is for ships at berth. Systems for treating this diesel source include barge-mounted and shore-mounted equipment, as explained below.