WATERLOO, ONTARIO, Jun 14, 2010 — TurboSonic Technologies, Inc., a global provider of clean air technologies, today announced that it was awarded an order for approximately US$900,000, for its Turbotak Scrubber technology by a US facility producing oriented strand board (OSB). TurboSonic expects the emissions control system to be delivered and installed during the current calendar year.
TurboSonic has marketed Turbotak Scrubbers since their invention in the 1970s. The Turbotak Scrubber is a proven, versatile technology that simultaneously removes particulate and acid gases from industrial process gas streams. It has been successfully applied to applications in many industries, with installations operating for decades without significant maintenance requirements.
Edward Spink, TurboSonic CEO, stated, “TurboSonic is a leading technology supplier to the Wood Products industry for dryer and press emissions control. This order represents the third major equipment order from the same international company for OSB press emissions control, and is another example of our objective to target large multinational companies in our markets. The patented Turbotak Scrubber selected for this project will be employed to saturate process gases and control emissions upstream of a biofilter.”
TurboSonic Technologies (www.turbosonic.com) designs and markets air pollution control technologies to industrial customers worldwide. Its products help companies in the Cement and Mineral Processing, Ethanol & Biofuels, Metals & Mining, Petrochemicals, Power Generation, Pulp & Paper, Waste Incineration, and Wood Products industries meet the strictest emissions regulations, improve performance and reduce operating costs.
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