Turbine and Compressor Intake Unit

Turbine & Compressor Intake Unit

The Turbine & Compressor Intake Unit is a highly efficient air cleaning system which removes gaseous contaminants and particulate matter from compressor intake air. If not removed, corrosive gases, including sulfur dioxide, ammonia, nitrogen oxides and hydrogen sulfide, will increase acidity in compressed air and in runoff condensate water, thus leading to corrosion. The T.C.l.U. ·protects against corrosion of vital compressor components and instruments down line. Pulp and paper mills, refineries, smelters, petrochemical plants, steel mills, fossil-fuel fired power plants and fertilizer plants are prime application environments needing protection for their air compressors.

Common Contaminant Gases

The RECO T.C.I.U. is effective in controlling these contaminant gases:

·       Acetaldehyde

·       Acetic acid

·       Acrylonitrile

·       Ammonia

·       Chlorine

·       Chlorine dioxide

·       Ethylene oxide

·       Hydrogen chloride

·       Hydrogen cyanide

·       Hydrocarbons

·       Hydrogen sulfide

·       Methyl mercaptan

·       Nitric oxide

·       Nitrogen dioxide

·       Sulfuric acid

·       Sulfur dioxide

·       Sulfur trioxide

·       Diesel fumes 

Contact Information

  • Address: 6911 Gant Road, Houston, TX 77066
  • Tel: 1-800-593-2443
  • Tel(HOU): 281-583-5295
  • Fax: 281-583-5299
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  • Website:http://www.recofiltration.com


NASA JSC, designed and built orbital air cabin cleaner in conjunction with ILC Space Systems and NASA, these units have been used on every shuttle flight since 1988.

Several articles published in “Advances in Filtration and Separation Technology” and “Fluid/Particle Separation Journal”.
Chemical Air Protection From Corrosive Atmospheres
Some Common Emissions of Natural and Industrial Processes

Presented four papers to American Filtration Society International Conferences.

Sold Chevron, Pascagoula, MS pollution control equipment totaling $240,000.

Sold Texas Instruments a 40,000 CFM hydrofluoric acid gas scrubber totaling $750,000.

Sold China Oil, Taiwan over $300,000 for pollution control equipment.

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