Tecam secures a new emissions elimination contract in New Zealand

Under the terms of the agreement, the company will supply a steel production company with the engineering, procurement, installation and maintenance service of a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer system.


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February 18 2021
 
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Tecam continues its international expansion in the environmental sector, with the awarding of a new key technology project for emissions treatment in New Zealand. This contract is their first project in the continent of Oceania, which adds to the projects already installed by Tecam in Europe, America and Asia along the years, the company announced. 

Under the terms of the agreement, Tecam will supply a New Zealand steel production company with the engineering, procurement, installation and maintenance service of a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) system for the elimination of polluting emissions generated during production processes.

The installation of this turnkey project will help this steel production company to eliminate 99.9 percent of its pollutant emissions through an environmentally friendly exhaust gas cleaning system, as per the statement. In this case, Tecam has proposed a custom RTO as the most optimal solution after analysing the technical requirements of the customer, taking into account the air flow to be treated and the nature and characteristics of the vapours emitted.

“We are very glad to reach another continent with our environmental projects for emissions abatement,” said Bernat Sala, CEO of Tecam. “It is a pleasure to offer effective and efficient environmental solutions to our customers worldwide.”

 

 

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