With the widespread use of chemical products in the industry, more and more organic pollutants enter the atmosphere, mainly low-boiling, volatile organic compounds(VOCs). These gases enter the atmosphere and can cause irritation to the human eye, nose and respiratory system, and damage to the internal organs.
At present, the more mature methods for treating VOC gas are adsorption, desorption, and catalytic combustion. The method has high purification efficiency, simple operation and wide application range.
Sunresin has exploited the resin for Separation and recycling of low and medium VOCs, including: alkanes, halogenated hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons, low-carbon alcohols, ketones , esters,and other organic matters.
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As a leading technical solution provider in adsorption and separation technology, Sunresin participated at the Aquatech China trade show with a team of over 20 people from different business units showcasing its latest products, equipment and solutions, especially in the areas of Ultra Pure Water, condensate polishing, drinking water purification, as well as its Remote Solution Operation and Monitoring Center (RESOM).
As a leading technical solution provider in the resin adsorption and separation industry, Sunresin participated at the IE Expo with a team of over 20 people from different business units showcasing its latest adsorption products and equipment, as well as overall turn-key solutions in dealing with wastewater and waste gas treatment.