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Dryer Optimisation

Frequently asked questions

1. Is recirculating solvent fumes dangerous? Read more...

2. What does LEL mean? Click here for the answer... Read more...

3. Which type of LEL sensors are the best IR or catalytic? Read more...

4. How much benefit will Optimisation provide me? Read more...

5. Will optimising the dryers affect drying efficiency? Read more...

6. Will dryer optimisation reduce the emissions? Read more...

7. Our presses have recirculation already included, what difference will it make? Read more...

8. What ongoing maintenance will there be? Read more...

9. What do the Operators have to do? Read more...

10. What happens to the optimisation system in a power failure? Read more...

11. What happens in the event of an emergency on the press? Read more...

12. What is the best abatement technology for us? Read more...

13. Could we use the waste heat from an RTO? Read more...

14. How do I ensure the RTO is operating efficiently? Read more...

15. I have an RTO which is proving expensive to run what can I do? Read more...

16. Will we need a fixed VOC monitoring system on my abatement plant? Read more...

 

Dryer optimisation of print presses and solvent VOC abatement by EPM
in the Print Industry provides a cost-effective solution.

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