Introduction & VOC voiceover script
The world we live in today is full of amazing achievements most of which wouldn’t be possible without our strong industrial manufacturing infrastructure.
And while these plants and factories work hard to deliver the goods and services we depend on, we need to work equally as hard to minimize the emissions they can sometimes produce, our world depends on it.
That is where CRI comes in. Every day CRI Catalyst, a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell researches and implements new innovative ways to help make reducing emissions a reality.
And now through our revolutionary catalytic reduction process, businesses can continue to produce the goods we need while reducing air pollution and helping create safer and cleaner environments.
Discover all of the ways that CRI can help you play your part in ensuring a cleaner environment for us all.
Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, are potentially harmful by-products of a wide range of industrial processes.
VOCs are produced by a number of sources from roasting coffee beans to large-scale painting and coating facilities.
Along with impacts on the ozone layer, VOCs can also cause adverse health effects such as eye and nose irritation, headaches to more long-term health issues.
But there is a way to help lessen their effects.
Let’s take a look at a coating facility used to produce consumer goods. While these processes add beautiful color and finishes to the goods we use on a day-to-day basis they can also emit Volatile Organic Compounds in the process.
CRI’s VOC removal technology removes these compounds via catalytic oxidation, reducing the VOCs to extremely low levels while maintaining low flue gas temperatures.
The two key features of the system are the proprietary high-activity catalyst from CRI and the Lateral Flow Reactor module, which contains the catalyst.
In this scenario flue gas enters the LFR through numerous gas inlet channels. As it travels laterally through the catalyst layers, up to 99.9% of VOCs can be converted to carbon dioxide and water, exceeding EPA requirements and regulations worldwide.
CRI’s VOC removal technology offers a simple and cost effective solution that saves more fuel and operating costs than thermal oxidation.
CRI’s VOC removal technology helps reduce harmful emissions.
In fact, we’re on a roll when it comes to creating cleaner emission standards.
For more information on Shell’s VOC reduction system, visit our website at cricatalyst.com