Product 11: CTP’s solution for continuous control of lean waste streams at room temperature. The RotorSorb = rotary adsorber, achieves an optimal cleaning efficiency of organic pollutants, and low operating costs: Very high cleaning efficiency
Patented recirculation of the desorption gas (high concentration factor of up to 1:20)
No pressure peaks
Low investment and operating costs
Product 12: CTP's wetabsorber: After the oxidation of for example halogenated hydrocarbons, the corresponding hydrogen halides and elemental halogens emerge. Inorganic pollutants are efficiently removed from the waste gas by wet gas purification.
The combination of exhaust gas cooling (quench) and waste gas purification (scrubber) is ideal for use after a convential APC system.
Product 13: The VOXsorbTherm (fixed bed adsorber) system has been developed especially for lean VOC concentration (<200 mgVOC/Nm³) and periodically occurring waste gas streams. The system is regenerated in place by an accompanying oxidation system.
With the AIR Free Coniotomy application, the patient's airway is opened in as little as 22 seconds. Due to the obstruction of the upper respiratory tract, very serious life risks occur.
The Air-Free Coniotomy Set is currently available in 2 sizes, Child and Adult.
Contents of the Air Fre set
1 Trocar with Scalpel Fixed
1 Standard Adapter
1 Piece Artificial Respiration Apparatus
1 Piece Manual Aspiration Catheter
1 Piece Neck Fixation Tape
It provides the opportunity to apply Coniotomy in a very short time (approximately 22 seconds).
It provides risk-free and easy use.
Chimney cowls come in various shapes, sizes and materials, such as stainless steel, ceramics, concrete or plastic. They can be adapted to different types of fuels used in buildings, such as wood, coal, gas or heating oil.
It consists of several elements. The first one is the base, which ensures stable attachment of the base on the top of the chimney. It can be in the shape of a cone, plate or other form enabling a safe connection to the fireplace.
The main part of the cowl is the outlet section, which is responsible for exhausting exhaust gases outside the building. It can have different shapes such as cylindrical, conical or flat, depending on the requirements and design. This part is important for ensuring proper airflow and minimizing resistance to exhaust gases.
It is important that the cowl is well fixed and solid to withstand strong winds and other weather conditions. Regular maintenance and cleaning of the cap is also important to maintain its efficiency and effectiveness.
To sum up, the chimney cowl is a key element of the flue gas discharge system, ensuring the safety and efficiency of the chimney operation. Properly selected and installed chimney cowl protects the fireplace against adverse weather conditions and contributes to the effective discharge of flue gases outside the building.
The cowl is a key element of the flue gas exhaust system from the building. Its main purpose is to ensure proper air flow and effective exhaust gas removal, improving the efficiency of the chimney and providing protection against adverse weather conditions.
The inner part of the chimney cowl is the so-called connector. It can be of various shapes, for example cylindrical or conical, and is used to lead flue gas from the chimney to the outside. The chimney cowl stub pipe should be properly adapted to the type of fuel used in the building and to the air flow in the fireplace.
Chimney cowls can also be equipped with additional elements, such as rotating wind girders, which increase the efficiency of the chimney by ensuring adequate draft. There are also chimney cowls equipped with anti-bird nets that prevent birds from accessing the chimney, which protects against contamination and blockage of the duct.