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    Photocatalytic Gas Treatment (CGT) Units

    Project name :

    Photocatalytic Gas Treatment (CGT) Units

    Client :

    Uniboard Pfleiderer USA LLC

    Location :

    Moncure, NC, United States

    Awards :

    2012 LÉONARD Award

    2012 Schreyer Award

    Photocatalytic Gas Treatment (CGT) Units

    Working on a tight deadline, Uniboard Pfleiderer asked us to develop a new process to treat gases that would be produced by its new wood panel manufacturing plant. Traditional methods used in the industry to oxidize and destroy the polluting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were not viable options for our client. The new process would have to meet very stringent environmental standards and adequately fulfill society's new expectations for sustainable development.

    The CGT technology our team developed is unique in the world and is now patented or has patents pending in 39 countries. It is a global first in advanced oxidation, where hydrogen peroxide is used to generate the oxidizing agent via photocatalysis, on an industrial scale, to dynamically treat polluting gases.

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  • 352

    Taylor Steel Plant

    Project name :

    Taylor Steel Plant

    Client :

    Taylor Steel Inc.

    Location :

    Hamilton, ON, Canada

    Taylor Steel Plant

    Exp was the prime consultant on this project, providing architectural, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering services for this state-of-the-art, 180,000 SF steel coil storage facility. It was designed to handle a heavy volume of steel coil product and is equipped with large, high-speed, automatic overhead doors and eight, 45-tonne overhead cranes with a hook height of 28 ft. Four large, direct-fired, continuously operating, exterior heating/ventilating units maintain a constant positive pressure within the building. Very tight dew point and temperature control is required for the storage of "Class I Automotive" steel coils. Due to the large volume of truck traffic, CO and NO2 gases are also monitored and ventilation provided.

    Taylor Steel Plant