VPM Vapor Adsorber

Manufacturer: Evoqua Water Technologies

The VPM Vapor Adsorber rental systems are prefabricated steel vessels engineered to remove contaminants and/or odor from air at moderate flow rates with low pressure drop. The steel adsorbers are provided with lifting lugs and are mounted on a fork truck mobile base for easy placement and carbon exchange service. Evoqua Water Technologies provides a complete turnkey service to handle carbon reactivation and exchange of these adsorbers.
The VPM vapor phase adsorbers are delivered filled with activated
carbon and ready to install. The vessels are self-supporting and should be
installed on a level, accessible area near the influent source. Installation is easy, requiring flexible hose or pipe connection to the vessel’s MNPT inlet and outlet fittings. Hard piped systems require flexible pipe connectors to prevent damage to the vessel’s fittings and to make adsorber change-out easier. When the inlet and outlet connections are complete, the vapor phase absorber is on line. Evoqua can provide a total service package that includes utilizing OSHA trained personnel providing on-site carbon changeouts, packaging and transportation of spent carbon for recycling at our reactivation facilities, where the contaminants are thermally destroyed. We provide instructions on sampling the spent carbon and completion of our spent carbon profile form. Spent carbon acceptance testing can be performed at our certified laboratory. When requested, a certificate of reactivation will be issued.

• Adaptable - Adsorber is charged with
the carbon best suited for the specific
applications up to 1200 SCFM
• Dependable - Operates continuously
with minimal maintenance
• Durable - Adsorber is heavy steel
construction lined with a high
performance epoxy resin for superior
corrosion resistance and long life
• Efficient - Recycle of adsorber vessels and
carbon optimizes treatment economics
• Portable - Easily transported and installed
at almost any location
• Versatile - Easily configured as single
or multiple unit systems to handle
higher flows
• Emergency Air Quality Control
• Tank or Sump Air Vents
• Soil Vapor Extraction
• Air Stripper Off-Gas

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