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Corning® Stationary Emissions Control Solutions

Corning® Stationary Emissions Control Solutions

Providing Excellent Catalysis in the Stationary Industry Since the Late 1970s

Corning® Celcor® substrates and DuraTrap® filters are used in stationary catalytic systems to help curb air pollution from power plants, refineries, chemical processing plants, and in many other industrial applications. These products can also be used in systems designed to reduce volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from operations such as printers, dry cleaners, paint shops and plastic-mold shops.

With their high geometric surface area and low-pressure drop, Corning ceramic substrates and filters are some of the most widely specified products for stationary applications worldwide.

Leaders in Stationary Solutions

Product Information

Energy-Efficient, Space-Efficient, and Durable

Corning® Celcor® substrates and Corning® DuraTrap® filters offer multiple benefits in stationary applications worldwide.

• Reduced pressure drop cuts fan load for significant energy savings

• Modularity provides high conversion efficiency while minimizing space requirement

• Light weight facilitates installation and servicing

• A low coefficient of thermal expansion creates high resistance to thermal shock, helping ensure integrity of the product over the anticipated life of the catalyst

• High thermal durability enables products to withstand operating temperatures of 2190° F (1200°C) and spikes to 2550°F (1410°C)

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Applications

The right fit for a broad range of system needs

• Used in stationary catalytic systems to help curb air pollution from power plants, refineries, chemical processing plants, and other industrial applications

• Used in systems to reduce volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from operations such as printers, dry cleaners, paint shops and plastic-mold shops

Benefits

*The graph used in this publication is based on data from experimental and limited tests conducted under controlled laboratory conditions, measurements, and calculations sponsored by Corning. Corning can provide additional calculations or test results based on specific operating conditions.