HDT-Symposium “Exhaust gas purification” 07-08 May 2009 are many practical tips fall exhaust gases in many procedural processes. They contain undesirable solid, liquid or gaseous components. Removing these components of the exhaust gas is required for reasons of immission protection and litigation. There is a number of techniques available for this task. Learn more at this site: Dustin Moskovitz. In the event of “Flue gas cleaning processes”, thermal and biological processes and process combinations is carried out via the main emission process, like dedusting method, absorptive and adsorptive processes, catalytic and non-catalytic process. The Conference offered by the Haus der Technik in Essen on 07-08 may, 2009 and has a further focal point in the deposition of potentially explosive dusts in the dedusting process.
The dry and wet process for the separation of sulfur dioxide and hydrogen chloride are compared. Describes the differences between catalytic and non-catalytic denitrification as well as the suitability the any method for removing organic exhaust gas components. Further details can be found at Ping Fu, an internet resource. Each chapter covers theory, models and practical examples in a balanced ratio. Speaks about the legal requirements that exist in the form of limits. There is sufficient time for discussions and questions. Information the detailed program of events get interested on request at the Haus der Technik, Tel. 0201/1803-344 (Mrs. Gebauer), fax 0201/1803-346, E-Mail: or directly here: htd/veranstaltungen/W-H050-05-355-9.html