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oxidizer

[′äk·sə‚dīz·ər]
(aerospace engineering)
A substance, not necessarily containing oxygen, that supports the combustion of a fuel or propellant.
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The Ener-Core Power Oxidizer is designed to provide an alternative to a traditional combustion chamber within gas turbines for purposes of power generation.
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The company said that this rotary device can operate as a regenerative thermal oxidizer, a regenerative catalytic oxidizer or a thermally efficient selective catalytic reduction system.
Backed by an experienced staff, The CMM Group provides turnkey design, installation and project management services for thermal and catalytic oxidizers, rotary concentrators, heat recovery systems, dust collectors, permanent total enclosures, custom ovens and dryers and production machinery.
In addition to thermal oxidizers (afterburners that operate around 1400[degrees]F), and catalytic oxidizers (more efficient afterburners that operate at about 800[degrees]F, thus using less fuel,) Probat now offers their "FRTO," the Flameless Regenerative Thermal Oxidation unit.
Fast oxidizers are full of energy, and youngsters need that energy to grow into mature adults able to face the world.
Corrosives, oxidizers and flammables must be stored separately (different shelves or compartments).
Catalytic Oxidizers are also designed to destroy VOCs/HAPs from process exhaust fumes.
Regenerative thermal oxidizers (RTOs) are the traditional method for destroying gaseous air pollutants, as required by the Clean Air Act.
The CMM Group, LLC, De Pere, WI, offers a full line of custom-designed air pollution control systems including regenerative thermal oxidizers, catalytic oxidizers, recuperative thermal oxidizers and rotary concentrator systems.