Applications in Washington

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    Recycling Solutions for dissolving pulp production

    Demands for environmentally friendly fiber sources have dramatically increased the interest in utilizing dissolving pulp, particularly in textile processes. ANDRITZ has a cost-effective approach to dissolving pulp production that includes a new continuous auto-hydrolysis cooking process coupled with efficient washers and other proven downstream pulp processing equipment.

    By ANDRITZ MeWa GmbH Office in Bellingham, WASHINGTON (USA).

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    Recycling Solutions for the energy and environment industry

    A comprehensive range of power generation technologies with environmental benefits. ANDRITZ technologies and processes for power generation utilize renewable fuels as well as traditional fossil fuels in efficient and environmentally appealing ways. In addition, there are purely environmental technologies in this category to meet the most stringent standards for emissions and effluent quality. From steam generators and hydropower plants, to air pollution control systems and wastewater treatment equipment, ANDRITZ offers a broad range of products for renewable energies as well as environmental and climate protection.

    By ANDRITZ MeWa GmbH Office in Bellingham, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Pulsair`s industrial mixers for biodiesel fuel industry

    Pulsair Systems manufactures the most efficient and effective storage tank mixing process for blending and agitating biodiesel fuel. The efficient Pulsair mixing process is well suited for the high viscosity and heavy fluid characteristic of biodiesel. Pulsair offers a complete line of off the shelf biodiesel fuel mixers and agitators for mixing in a 55-gallon drum or larger 250 - 1 million+ gallon tanks for biodiesel fuel storage or production. Pulsair biodiesel fuel mixers are explosion proof and safe for biodiesel mixing. Biodiesel is a flammable product and the fire risks are reduced when using the Pulsair mixing process because our mixers do not require electricity at the mixing site. This improves the overall safety of the biodiesel production process and biodiesel fuel storage tank mixing and agitation.

    By Pulsair Systems, Inc based in Bellevue, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • High brightness LED (HBLED) for energy/environment sector

    We are playing an important role in the manufacture of HBLEDs, enabling huge changes in the global lighting industry. Our systems are used by a number of leading HBLED manufacturers providing market leading device performance and driving down cost of ownership. They are also used in the manufacture of other light emitting technologies e.g. OLEDs providing process solutions from R&D to full scale production.

    By Oxford Instruments plc Distributor in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Thin-film solar cells analysis for energy industry

    The research and development in the field of thin-film solar cells is an on-going process to improve efficiency even further, and to reduce manufacturing costs. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) is a field proven technology enabling users to control critical properties during development and manufacturing of the solar cells, such as elemental layer thickness and composition, improving quality and productivity, with resultant cost savings.

    By Oxford Instruments plc Distributor in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Process technologies for making solar cells

    Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology has developed a number of processes for the production of Photovoltaics (solar cells) using our flexible and powerful tools and with key technologies.

    By Oxford Instruments plc Distributor in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Solutions for the chemicals & oil industry

    From exploration to extraction, we`re leading the field with technological development of the industry and the discovery of new sources.

    By Oxford Instruments plc Distributor in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Gas infusion technology solutions for the CO2 capture with solutions4CO2

    S4CO2`s Gas inFusion technology extracts CO2, NO2, and SO2 from flue gas and biogas and efficiently mass transfers high concentrations of the extracted CO2 into water. The technology is highly modular, dissolves separated gases into water in a bubbleless fashion, is energy efficient, and operates at ambient pressures. Uses include proven rapid acceleration of algae growth for third generation biofuels production, nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, animal / aqua feed, mineralization and separation into clean commercial CO2.

    By inVentures Technologies Incorporated. Distributor in WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Waste gas treatment for the TFT industry

    Manufacturing TFT/LCD displays requires waste gas treatment as well. Processes that produce large scale Thinfilm Transistors (TFT) on glass substrates, for instance, use Chemical Vapour Deposition – CVD – to separate the thin films onto the material. The process requires cleaning the process chamber periodically and usually employs etching with NF3. Etching of the separated thin films typically utilises CF4, SF6 and chlorinated gases, which release large amounts of waste gas mixtures.

    By DAS Environmental Expert GmbH Office in Washington DC, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Waste gas & wastewater treatment for the solar industry

    Generating solar energy is considered `green technology`, even though the production of solar cells based on silicon predominantly uses process stages that have been common practice in the semiconductor industry for many years. As in the semiconductor industry the production of solar cells employs dangerous and environmentally harmful substances, which require abatement according to legal provisions. The production of photovoltaic cells therefore is subject to strict requirements for treatment of waste gases and wastewater. Solutions need to be easy and cost-effective. The contaminated wastewaters and waste gases should, under no circumstances, lower performance, endanger the health and safety of humans, or otherwise negatively affect the availability of production facilities. The safety of the production line must be guaranteed at every step and in every operating situation.

    By DAS Environmental Expert GmbH Office in Washington DC, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Waste gas treatment for the semiconductor industry

    In the early 1990s no appropriate and comprehensive technical solution had been available for waste gas treatment in the semiconductor industry. Back then as well as today many industrial and research production procedures use process gases and generate waste gases. These waste gases, considered greenhouse gases, are toxic and/or highly flammable and very often pose a significant risk to production facilities and the environment. The semiconductor industry, for instance, uses perfluorocarbons, whose global warming potential is extremely high and therefore requires an efficient waste gas treatment. Combining and transporting different gases into a fab’s central waste gas system might produce highly flammable and highly explosive gaseous mixtures, which in the past has occasionally caused the total loss of entire production facilities. Particles contained within gases may also cause exhaust blockages. To eliminate these risks, process waste gases need to be treated at the “Point-of-Use” (POU) where harmful exhausts are abated immediately.

    By DAS Environmental Expert GmbH Office in Washington DC, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Waste gas treatment for the LED industry

    Market analysts predict sustained growth in demand in the LED industry. After LED backlighting for the small LC displays of mobile phones and the LC displays of larger screens in the television market, the next potential growth market is the lighting industry: Sales of LEDs in this market in 2012 are almost USD 3.5 billion – thus nearly doubling since 2010. Analysts are expecting a growth of more than USD 7 billion in 2014 and believe that the total market for LEDs should peak at USD 17.7 billion.* A mass market of this scale for LEDs also means increasing emissions that need to be abated by specific waste gas treatment systems at the point of use. In the manufacture of products based on innovative light emitting diode (LED) technology, ammonia and hydrogen are used in large quantities as process gases. The environmental engineers at DAS have recognised this market trend and developed new solutions such as LARCH for waste gas treatment in MOCVD processes.

    By DAS Environmental Expert GmbH Office in Washington DC, WASHINGTON (USA).

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