Liquid and Gas Waste Solutions to Meet Emission Requirements

G Squared partners with Honeywell UOP Callidus® to offer an innovative line of thermal oxidizers. Callidus thermal oxidizers provide the efficient solution for gas and liquid waste environmental challenges. We evaluate your environmental challenges and use our extensive experience along with leading technologies to provide custom designed solutions to meet or exceed strict environmental regulations, including NOx standards.

G Squared is Your Gulf Coast Source for Thermal Oxidizers

G Squared offers you the advantages of experience, proven ability to meet process specifications. We apply the highest quality standards in developing solutions with a wide selection of thermal oxidizers to meet any requirement. Additional benefits of working with G Squared:

  • Extensive experience and many successful installations
  • Cost-effective solutions to meet over 99% emission requirements
  • Systems with waste heat recovery to recover heat for other plant operations
  • Full project support from engineering, fabrication, installation, commissioning, and training

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  • Fume
  • Tail Gas
  • De-NOxidizer Systems
  • Down-fired
  • Halogenated Waste Systems

Callidus Fume Thermal Oxidizer thermally treat organic fumes in the air or inert gas streams at temperatures between 1400˚F and 1600˚F. Destruction efficiencies typically range from 99 to 99.99 percent.

Typical Equipment

  • Low emissions burner
  • Ceramic fiber refractory
  • Forced draft operation
  • Heat recovery equipment
  • Burner management system/Safety systems
  • Stack
  • Combustion control systems

Typical Waste Streams

  • VOC streams
  • Process vents
  • Pharmaceutical vents
  • Dryer exhausts

Typical Installation

  • 5 to 100 MM BTU/hr burner
  • 1 second residence time
  • 1500˚F operating temperature

Callidus Tail Gas Thermal Oxidizers –  DRE range of 99 – 99.999, effectively destroying sulfur components found in sulfur recovery unit tail gas. Callidus thermal oxidizer technology balances desired H2S destruction efficiencies, NOx formation and minimized CO production to meet environmental regulations. Typical oxidizing temperatures vary from 1200˚F to 1800˚F, with residence times of 0.6 to 1.0 second. System designs for both natural or forced draft are available.

Typical Equipment

  • DeNOx Systems
  • SOx Removal Systems
  • Low emissions burner
  • Castable or brick refractory
  • Natural draft/ forced draft
  • Heat recovery (optional)
  • Stack

Typical Waste Streams

  • Sulfur plant tail gas
  • Carbon black tail gas

Benefits

  • Refineries
  • Natural Gas Processing Plants
  • 20 to 150 MM BTU/hr burner
  • 1 second residence time
  • 1200˚F-1500˚F operating temperature

Thermal oxidation of nitrogen-bearing wastes requires a specialized combustion approach. Single-stage combustion of these wastes can produce NOx emissions more than those allowed by most regulatory agencies. To maintain NOx emissions within acceptable limits, our De-NOxidizer system uses a multi-stage process to destroy wastes with a 99-99.999 DRE range.

Typical Equipment

  • High-intensity burner
  • Brick lined furnace
  • Forced draft
  • Heat recovery equipment
  • Multi-stage process

Typical Waste Streams

  • Ammonia vents
  • Acrylonitrile vents
  • Nitrogen bound organic wastes
  • SWS streams
  • Carbon fiber plant wastes

Typical Installation

  • Petrochemical plant in India
  • 10-60 MM BTU/hr
  • 0 seconds residence time
  • 2200˚F/1600˚F operating temperatures

Callidus down-fired Thermal Oxidizer systems, with a DRE range of 99 – 99.999%, routinely meet or exceed 99% destruction efficiencies for most waste components. Aqueous or organic waste streams containing inorganic or organic salts require that the Thermal Oxidizer be down-fired to prevent the accumulation of molten salts in the oxidizer furnace. Because molten salts tend to destroy refractory, our design minimizes salt contact with refractory lining, which improves refractory life.

Particulate matter emission rates may vary from as low as 10 mg/DSCM to as high as 110 mg/DSCM. The emission rate to some extent determines the type of particulate removal system necessary.

Typical Equipment

  • Low emission burner
  • Low porosity brick refractory
  • Forced draft
  • Adiabatic quench
  • Particulate removal
  • Acid Removal
  • Dioxin/Furan Abatement equipment

Typical Waste Streams

  • Ethylene plant blowdown
  • Caustic waste streams

Typical Installation

  • Chemical plant
  • 5 to 150 MMBTU/hr burner firing range
  • 0 seconds residence time
  • 1650˚F-1800˚F operating temperature

Capable of destruction efficiencies of 99-99.999 percent; operating temperatures can range from 1500˚F to 2200˚F with residence times of 1.0 to 2.0 seconds depending on the destruction efficiency required. Either an HCl absorber or a caustic scrubber is used when a small quantity of HCl is present. A two-stage system is often used to reduce caustic usage when the flue gas contains a significantly large quantity of HCl.

Typical Equipment

  • Medium intensity burner
  • Forced draft
  • High alumina brick refractory
  • Heat recovery equipment
  • HCl recovery/scrubber

Typical Waste Streams

  • PVC plant vents
  • VCM waste liquids
  • Pharmaceutical vents
  • Bromine liquid wastes

Typical Installation

  • Chemical plant
  • 10 to 50 MM BTU/hr burner
  • 0 seconds residence time
  • 1800˚F operating temperature