Filtration for Commercial & Industrial Applications

How clean is your air? Chemically dense biological agents are found in your indoor and outdoor air. The World Health Organization (WHO) suggests “pollutants of major public health concern include particulate matter, carbon monoxide, ozone, nitrogen dioxide, and sulfur dioxide. Outdoor and indoor air pollution cause respiratory and other diseases, which can be fatal.”

Arsenic is released into the air as we cook, wash clothes, or bathe. Other severe industrial pollutants such as CO, O3, NOx, SO2, and H2S are also found in your air. These become concentrated in your home air system. New building construction is tighter, allowing for less air leakage, forcing filtration to be your only method for contaminant removal.

Activated carbon is widely used in industrial and medical applications for an elimination of odors and purification of gases and water. Impregnated carbon is used to remove contaminants, or neutralize specific gases such as CO, NO2, SO2, and H2S. Carbon can also remove bacteria from air or water streams.

RECO combats VOC’s, acid gases, corrosive gases, odors and particulates through the use of dry chemical filtration. This is the process in which carbon media is used to filter and absorb corrosive gases and VOC’s before entering into a control room or motor control room housing computer or electrical equipment. Particulates are contained by using highly efficient filters in one of our deep bed scrubber units, side access units or recirculation units. Our units can be found in petroleum refining, chemical plants, pulp and paper, industrial applications and wastewater treatment facilities.

RECO’s experienced service teams provide on-site carbon media and filter service to start up your units, spent carbon and media changeouts and a range of maintenance and services to keep your equipment running smoothly.

Vapor Filtration Equipment:

We provide products and services that get the job done safely, cost effectively and that you can depend on. All of our units are made in America. Contact us today to learn more.

ask an expert Request a Quote
  • Water Quality
  • American Water Works Association
  • Made In USA