Plastic waste gas treatment
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Industry Introduction

Most factories have their own injection molding workshops, and the plastic waste gas produced by them must meet the national second-level emission standards before they can be discharged. At present, there is a mixed bag of equipment for treating plastic waste gas on the market. It is not easy for customers to choose a set of waste gas treatment equipment suitable for their own factories according to the injection plastic waste gas treatment plan.


Industry characteristics
The exhaust gas components produced by the plastics industry mainly include non-methane total hydrocarbons, benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, styrene, o-xylene, meta-xylene, n-undecane, acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, isoacetone, and ethyl acetate. , Butyl acetate, etc. Different plastic products industries have different exhaust gas components according to different processing techniques and raw materials. In addition to waste gas, there may be obvious particulate matter and flue gas in some plastic processing processes.

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