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Make volatile organic compound (VOC) recovery cost-effective and eco-friendly with a CRYOSOLV™ cryocondensation system

Removing VOC emissions from chemical, oil and gas processing, and effluent streams—as well as solvent and hydrocarbon storage tanks—can be a costly process. Messer’s state-of-the-art CRYOSOLV™ cryogenic condensation system is purpose-built to overcome this challenge. Environmentally friendly and easy to install, CRYOSOLV™ is so cost-effective that in many cases it can generate a profit instead of an expense.

CRYOSOLV™ utilizes liquid nitrogen (LIN)—which many plants already utilize onsite—to cool the effluent stream, causing the VOCs to condense out. The newly purified emissions then exit your system, but the LIN is preserved as pure gaseous nitrogen (GAN), which can then be repurposed for uses including blanketing, purging, inerting and pressure transfer. As an added bonus, if CRYOSOLV™ is cryocondensing a stream that contains only a single VOC (for example, an alcohol, monomer or other solvent) that has monetary value, you can collect that VOC for reuse or sale, further alleviating costs. 

The CRYOSOLV™ cryocondensation system requires no CFCs. It operates without ignition or combustion, which a flare would require, can take the load off your thermal oxidizers. It is simple to operate, has no moving parts to maintain, and is available in a variety of sizes and configurations. 

To learn more about how CRYOSOLV™ and other Messer solutions can help optimize your operations, examine the data sheets below or give us a call. We’re ready to help. 


Technological Solutions for VOC Solvent and Monomer Recovery

Remove and recover valuable solvents, monomers, and other VOCs easily and efficiently with Messer's liquid nitrogen and CRYOSOLV™, the cryocondensation system so cost-effective that it comes in white, but operates firmly in the black. 


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