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Environment & Power Systems International is pleased to announce a successful conclusion to the VOCGEN Energy Systems volatile organic compound performance trials and the commercial availability of our clean environment, energy and economic alternative for industry.  The VOCGEN product line is now commercially available to the numerous manufacturing, petrochemical, SOCM and other industrial sources of VOC emissions in the United States, subject to Title I, Part B of the U.S. Clean Air Act specific to Ozone Protection and subject to the requirements of a major source Title V Air Quality Operating Permit.

The need to control volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the dried distiller’s grain solids

(DDGS) dryers and the cost and energy consumption of thermal oxidizers (TO) present

important issues for the ethanol industry. Combined heat and power (CHP) systems may offer

alternative VOC destruction options for ethanol producers.

VOCGEN Combined Heat and Power

for the manufacturing industry.  Included: Level 1 Feasibility Example

for the expanded foam industries. The amount of natural gas required to run the gas turbine is dependent on two process variables: 1) the load placed on the gas engine (kW demand), and 2) the energy content supplied

by the VOC laden air stream.

EIGHT (8) ZERO-TIMED POWER GENERATORS DESIGNED BY HONEYWELL FOR SALE; surplus; near “mint condition;” build date 1999; refurbished; modified with 5-YEAR WARRANTY BY ENVIRONMENT & POWER SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL; aero-derived industrial gas turbine-generator sets; simple cycle power islands.

Sustainability managers in the manufacturing, petrochemical and SOCM industries, should strongly consider a VOC emissions solution that eliminates the life cycle cost(s) of traditional abatement technologies by

deploying a small scale; yet scalable (6000CFM, up to 500,000CFM) industrial gas turbine operated, combined heat and power (CHP) system that can significantly reduce your plant energy consumption.

Conventional pollution control technologies do just that; they control pollution to acceptable levels but provide little else in the way of economic benefits. But what if the redesign of such systems makes it possible to produce useful by-products beyond the so-called “end of pipe” controls?

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The VOCGEN gas turbine oxidizer (GTO) is a high performance volatile organic compound thermal destruct device proven to deliver 97% - 99.99% combustion efficiency (CE) when addressing VOC emissions generated from printing; coating; pharmaceutical; petrochemical; semi-conductor; expandable polystyrene; bulk gasoline storage and transport; and many other manufacturing, petrochemical and SOCM industries.

In line with its initiative to work with U.S. industrial customers on CHP solutions incorporating the combustion of waste volatile organic air emissions, Environment &Power Systems International is pleased to announce the opening of the volatile organic

compound (VOC) abatement performance test, system design and manufacturing center located at IMCOR Manufacturing in Phoenix,

Arizona.

The following outlines site selection guidelines for the VOCGEN CHP solution. The guidelines are posted to assist our business partners and customers in the identification of favorable technical and economic site selection criteria to screen candidate facilities for a VOCGEN gas turbine oxidizer (GTO) project.

The following illustrates an exmaple cost benefit analysis study for the VOCGEN CHP solution for an automobile manufacturing scenario in KY. The study uses current natural gas and electricity prices listed on eia.gov and are posted to assist our business partners and customers in the identification of favorable technical and economic site selection criteria to screen candidate facilities for a VOCGEN gas turbine oxidizer (GTO) project.

The following illustrates an exmaple cost benefit analysis study for the VOCGEN CHP solution in a flexographic / printing scenario in CA. The study uses current natural gas and electricity prices listed on eia.gov and are posted to assist our business partners and customers in the identification of favorable technical and economic site selection criteria to screen candidate facilities for a VOCGEN gas turbine oxidizer (GTO) project.

 

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