Aerzen USA was founded in the United States in 1983, and is a wholly owned division of the German manufacturer, Aerzener Maschinenfabrik GmbH. Founded in 1864, Aerzener Maschinenfabrik is a recognized world leader in the production of rotary positive displacement machines since 1868.
Process Gas Solutions Video
AERZEN offers the process gas and refrigeration industries an incredibly broad spectrum of positive displacement compression technology, perhaps the broadest of any manufacturer. Specializing in rotary lobe blowers and screw compressors, onshore and off-shore, and in every single key industrial application.
Aerzen Steam Blower Case Study
ZLD (zero liquid discharge) is a wastewater distillation process that helps reduce waste brine discharge to the environment and recover the majority of the wastewater as clear reusable water. In addition, it can turn the brine to a solid waste and in some cases even a useful product that can be profitably sold.
Aerzen Flare Gas Case Study
Flaring gas is the process of burning off unwanted gas from hydrocarbon processing plants, refineries, and gas wells. It is recognized as a major environmental problem by the EPA and the IPCC. Approximately 150 billion m3 of waste gas is flared globally, which contributes to contaminating the environment by 400 Mt CO2 per year. Flare gas is identified as any gases that are burned off into the atmosphere. By 2018, in the USA, the EPA has mandated that all 142 refineries nationwide will need to comply with reducing toxic air pollutants to 5,200 tons per year and 50,000 tons per year of volatile organic compounds. This will result in a reduction in greenhouse gases equivalent to more than 660,000 tons per year of carbon dioxide.
Aerzen Air Separation Case Study
Aerzen USA’s customer (plant operator) has a contract to operate an air separation plant supplying oxygen to a glass furnace at a lighting products company. The glass furnace’s oxygen-enhanced combustion technology improves furnace performance by displacing combustion air with oxygen. By reducing or eliminating the introduction of inert nitrogen into the furnace, the oxygen enhanced combustion technology increases production, decreases fuel consumption, and reduce emissions, while maintaining or even increasing product quality.