Air Pollution Control for Industrial and Utility Applications Virtual Course (April 2022)

 Air Pollution Control for Industrial and Utility Applications Virtual Course (April 2022)
This course covers design, operation, testing and troubleshooting air pollution control systems to control particulates, organic vapors, PFAS/PFOS, dioxins, acid gases, aerosols, metals, NO, SO2, SO3/H2SO4 and CO. The interactions between the front-end process and the back-end APC are covered in detail. Controls include cyclones, baghouses, venturi scrubbers, wet and dry acid gas absorbers, oxidizers, carbon adsorbers, ESPs, and SCR/SNCR for NOx. Design principals are provided for sizing components. Troubleshooting of systems is provided, along with input on how to design components to avoid outages and failures.
Item Number: WEBINAR-114
Shipping Weight: 0lbs. 0oz.
Price: $423.00
Member Price: $303.00
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Includes two sessions:

Part 1:
-Overview of air pollution control applications and emissions (bulk solids, combustion, VOCs from tanks, transfers, utilities, steel, cement, and manufacturing, etc.)
-APC Systems, dry, wet, electrostatic, oxidizers, coalescing mist eliminators, hoods, fans
-Troubleshooting APC systems and specific components

Part 2:
-NOx control, PFAS, PFOS, VOC oxidizers and front-end driven combustion systems
-Writing performance specs, detailed specs to procure APC systems, heat & mass balances
-Permitting, engineering pretests, compliance stack testing, dispersion modeling

Course Instructor: Thomas F. McGowan, PE, President, TMTS Associates, Inc.
Moderator: Ron Huffman, QEP, Environmental Consultant