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Edgar Muschelknautz: Injector for injecting air into the combustion chamber of a torch burner and a torch burner. E E T Umwelt & Gastechnik, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, April 7, 1998: US05735683 (87 worldwide citation)

An injector (12) for sucking in environmental air and for injection into the combustion chamber (12) of a torch burner (11) by means of a driving fluid (14) standing under excess pressure, has an air induction opening (15), a flow channel (16) and injection openings (17) through which the driving fl ...


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Bernard P Breen, James E Gabrielson, Howard B Lange: Apparatus and method of reducing nitrogen oxide emissions. Consolidated Natural Gas Service Company, Lynn J Alstadt, Buchanan Ingersoll, October 25, 1988: US04779545 (62 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for reducing nitrogen oxide emissions from furnace flue gas is provided in which a pulse generator introduces natural gas, or other fluid fuel which has little or no fixed nitrogen, into the upper portion of the furnace. The fuel pulse reacts with the nitrogen oxide in the fl ...


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Gerald L Brewer, Steven D Olsen: Method and means for controlling the incineration of waste. UOP, James R Hoatson Jr, Philip T Liggett, William H Page II, July 26, 1977: US04038032 (60 worldwide citation)

A control system for the incineration of pollutants in waste gases which will conserve fuel consumption and which embodies feed back signals from temperature sensing means and/or gas analyzing means in connection with the combustion gases to detect an undesired temperature deviation from a control t ...


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Edward H Benedick: Double valve anti-leak system for thermal regeneration incinerators. Regenerative Environmental Equipment Co, Nelson E Kimmelman, February 24, 1981: US04252070 (54 worldwide citation)

In a system for purifying effluents from industrial processes in which there are a plurality of sections containing heat-exchange beds communicating with a high temperature incineration zone, the flow of effluent through the beds and the direction of flow being controlled by inlet and outlet valves ...


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Ake Bjorkman, Gunther Jonsson: Arrangement in apparatus for the combustion of waste gases. Lumalampan Aktiebolag, Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, March 3, 1987: US04646660 (47 worldwide citation)

A combustion chamber (1; 101), is surrounded by a heater (4; 104), by means of which a constant temperature in the order of 850.degree. C. can be maintained in the chamber (1; 101). The chamber (1; 101) has arranged therein devices (17, 18, 117) which, when the arrangement is in operation, partly ob ...


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John H Hirt: Method and apparatus for abatement of gasoline vapor emissions. Hirt Combustion Engineers, Poms Smith Lande & Glenny, March 1, 1977: US04009985 (45 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for abatement of excess gasoline vapor emissions which occur during transfer of service station liquid gasoline from one storage tank to another storage tank, such as the transfer of gasoline at a gasoline service station from a gasoline storage tank truck to underground gasol ...


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Sean T Gribbon: Integrated regenerative catalytic oxidation/selective catalytic reduction abatement system. Salem Englehard, Lyon P C, December 31, 1996: US05589142 (41 worldwide citation)

A system for the abatement of industrial process emissions comprises a catalytic oxidizer and a selective catalytic reduction bank integrated into a single housing. The system utilizes at least two regenerative chambers in a controlled abatement process. The integrated system removes volatile organi ...


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Noriyuki Yoneda, Hidehiko Kudoh, Norio Iwamoto, Munekazu Nakamura, Chiaki Kojima, Kunio Kaneko, Yoshifumi Mori, Hideto Ishikawa, Hiroji Kawai: Method for the combustion treatment of toxic gas-containing waste gas. Chiyoda Corporation, Lorusso & Loud, June 23, 1992: US05123836 (37 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for the combustion treatment of a toxic gas which forms microparticles by combustion are disclosed wherein the toxic gas is subjected to a combustion treatment in a specific combustion furnace where the combustion gas formed is brought into contact with an aqueous film flowing ...


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Freidrich Wilhelm: Regenerative thermal oxidizer. Eisenmann Corporation, Gerald S Geren, October 8, 1996: US05562442 (33 worldwide citation)

A regenerative thermal oxidizer (RTO) is constructed to receive polluted waste gases from an industrial process, cleanse the gas and permit cleansed gas to exit the RTO to the environment. The RTO includes a lower section having an inlet to receive polluted or incoming gas, and a centrally positione ...


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Detlev Edgar Max Hasselmann: Vapor collection and disposal system. Brown & Martin, December 28, 1976: US03999936 (31 worldwide citation)

In a vapor recovery system, vapors are drawn into a combustible fluid storage tank as the fluid is pumped into a vehicle fuel tank. The storage tank need not have provision for the aspiration of a carrier gas to remove the vapors. At a threshold pressure, a pressure sensing switch is tripped to pass ...