Raschka Engineering Ltd
Address: Dachsweg 12
CH-4410 Liestal, Switzerland
Tel: +41 61 534 9913 
       or +41 79 750 9845

Raschka Guangzhou Engineering & Technology Co., Ltd.
Address: Room 401, South Tower, Peace Business Centre, No. 898 of Guangzhou Avenue South, 510305, Guangzhou, China
Tel: +86 (0) 20 8966 4189
Fax: +86 (0) 20 8966 4278
E-mail: info@raschka-eng.com
Website: www.raschka-engineering.com

Raschka Representative Tianjin, China
Add: 1-201, Yinhuan Plaza, No. 192 Hongqi Road, Nankai District, Tianjin, 300190
Tel: +86 (0) 22 8356 0886

Raschka Representative Wuxi, China
Add: 18-1, Fengyang Road, Huishan Economic Development District, Wuxi, China
Tel: +86 (0) 510-8331 2868

Raschka Representative Beijing, China
Add: Room 7, No.9 Building, Tongtian Yuan, Changping District, Beijing, China
Tel: +86 (0) 10-8482 0795

Raschka Representative Singapore / S.E.A
Novexx Engineering Pte Ltd

Add: 8 Tuas View Loop, Singapore 637674
Tel: +65 6896 6620
Website: www.novexx.com.sg  

Raschka Representative Brazil
BIOCAL Burntech

Add: Rua Pitangueira, 865, Bairro Siegel, Agrolândia, Santa Catarina – CEP: 88.420-000
Tel+55 47 3534 5400

E-mail: contato@biocal.ind.br
Website:
 
www.biocal.ind.br


Products

Catalytic Oxidation Systems

Catalytic oxidation is an alternative to common off gas incineration for the treatment of VOCs in air or N2 streams resulting from remedial operations. The addition of a catalyst accelerates the rate of oxidation by adsorbing the oxygen and the contaminant on the catalyst surface where they react to form carbon dioxide and water. The catalyst enables the oxidation reaction to occur at much lower temperatures than required by a conventional thermal oxidation. VOCs are thermally destroyed at temperatures typically ranging from 320° to 540° C by using a solid catalyst. First, the contaminated air is directly preheated (electrically or steam, more frequently, using natural gas or propane) to reach a temperature necessary to initiate the catalytic oxidation (310 °C to 370 °C) of the VOCs. Then the preheated VOC-laden air or N2 is passed through a bed of solid catalysts where the VOCs are rapidly oxidized.   

Attached pdf show application for catalytic off gas treatment from Chemical processes solved by Raschka Engineering.

Reference Lonza Guangzhou | PDF
Reference Lonza Nansha China | PDF
Hydrogen Deoxo Reactor for Shanxi Yanchang Petroleum (Group) Co., Ltd  | PDF