WRATT II Solvents - The Good, the Bad & the Banned Chapter 06: The Brayton Cycle Solvent Recovery Process / Credits
Chapter Abstract: This is clip 6 of 6 for this video. Many industries depend on solvents in their manufacturing process. The use of many solvents results in VOC emissions. This also represents the loss of an energy resource. The Department of Energy is sponsoring the Brayton Cycle Recovery project to present industries with a means of recycling and reusing solvents. The Brayton Cycle heat pump captures VOCs and recycles them back into solvents. If an emission contains a solvent, the solvent can be recovered by reducing the gas emission to a low enough temperature. Field testing will allow improvements to be made to the system, and make it more affordable in the future.
Author: University of Tennessee Center for Telecommunications and Video / Center for Industrial Services
Publication Date: 1991
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|Chapter 02: Case Study - Lincoln Brass Works|
|Chapter 03: Case Study - TRW Ross Gear Division|
|Chapter 04: Case Study - A.B.B. Power T&D Co.|
|Chapter 05: Sodium Bicarbonate Blasting|
|Chapter 06: The Brayton Cycle Solvent Recovery Process / Credits|
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