General Motors chooses BOXIDIZER™ RTO to treat exhaust from new paint line
La Habra, CALIFORNIA, (originally published on July 26, 2012). General Motors has completed the installation of an Alliance BOXIDIZER™ Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) to eliminate Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) air pollution generated from a plastic bumper paint shop in São José dos Campos, São Paulo, Brazil.
The Alliance BOXIDIZER™ was chosen for its compact design, advanced controls, comprehensive standard features, complete pre-assembly and testing. After GM’s agent observed successful testing of their BOXIDIZER™ at Alliance’s La Habra factory, the entire RTO was slid into a single 40’ ISO container and transported to Brazil by way of cargo ship without need for further sea packing.
Upon arrival at the São José dos Campos, the BOXIDIZER™ was removed from the container and installed in a day. After utilities and ductwork were connected to the BOXIDIZER™, an Alliance engineer traveled to the factory in Brazil to commission the RTO and train GM personnel.
“We consider the project a success” according to Joachim Lorenzen of Dürr, the GM agent for the project, “we are looking forward to further business together with Alliance”. Alliance Corporation is a manufacturer of high quality RTOs specializing in state of the art design, process integration and service with installations worldwide.
About Alliance Corporation
Owned and operated by two gentlemen that have combined industry experience totaling close to 40 years, Alliance Corporation is a low profile company dedicated to designing, manufacturing, and installing the best Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTO's) in the industry. RTO's are put in place to destroy Volatile Organic Compounds or VOC's, thereby ensuring that this type of pollution is not released into the atmosphere. See more about Alliance Corp here.
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