Contact Person: Marc Obradors
Email: Email Label
Street: Rosa Sensat 9-11 2ª Planta
Post Code: 08005
City: Barcelona
Country: Spain
Short Description: BLUER MEDIO AMBIENTE es la división del grupo BLUER GROUP especializada en el tratamiento de olores mediante oxidación térmica regenerativa, actividades medio ambientales, energéticas y renovables.
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BLUER MEDIO AMBIENTE es la división del grupo BLUER GROUP especializada en actividades medio ambientales, energéticas y renovables. Bluer Medio Ambiente forma parte del Grupo BLUER, que se constituyó en el año 2012. Desde su fundación, Bluer Medio Ambiente se ha especializado en instalaciones industriales dedicadas a la depuración de gases contaminados con compuestos orgánicos volátiles (COV's). Un equipo de depuración térmica regenerativa, también conocido como TERMORREACTOR, elimina los compuestos orgánicos volátiles de los gases mediante su oxidación térmica y en consecuencia sirve también como tratamiento de olores. Esta oxidación térmica se consigue elevando la temperatura de los gases lo suficiente como para que estos compuestos orgánicos se combinen con el oxígeno para formar CO2 y agua. La depuración de gases por oxidación térmica regenerativa consiste en someterlos a una temperatura suficientemente alta durante el tiempo necesario para producir la oxidación de los contaminantes. Este tipo de oxidación térmica se caracteriza por incluir unos dispositivos, llamados regeneradores, que recuperan el calor de los gases depurados. Estos regeneradores son unos elementos de material cerámico que acumulan el calor de los gases que salen de la cámara de oxidación. Mediante un sistema de válvulas, se establecen ciclos de funcionamiento consecutivos por los cuales los gases depurados, que están a una temperatura elevada (unos 800 ºC), ceden su calor a las masas cerámicas para que los gases contaminados, que entran fríos a la instalación, tomen de ellas este calor en el ciclo siguiente. CARACTERÍSTICAS Mínimo consumo de combustible, ya que permite eficacias de recuperación de calor muy elevadas Alta eficacia de depuración Muy bajos costes de explotación y mantenimiento Larga duración del oxidador Gran fiabilidad, por ser equipos muy probados

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