AWWA NJ 2018 Annual Conference
March 21, 2018 in Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa- Atlantic City, NJ
Mike Dirth will be presenting on "The Role of CO2 for Lead Corrosion Control" at 8:15AM
Bevtech- International Society of Beverage Technologists
April 30 - May 2, 2018 in Hyatt Regency Albuquerque- New Mexico
At the 65th Annual ISBT Bevtech find us at Booth #17
Arizon Water Conference
May 2 - May 3, 2018 in Phoenix Convention Center- Phoenix, Arizona
91st Annual AZ Water Conference and Exhibition. Mike Dirth will be presenting on "The Role of CO2 for Lead Corrosion Control Including Treatment Methods and Equipment" as well as exhibiting!

Submerged Combustion System

TOMCO2 Systems’ Submerged Combustion System (SCS) is ideal for areas of the world where fuel costs are low, liquid CO2 is not generally available or import is too expensive. This unit operates on the principal of simple combustion.

Our SCS solution, engineered by our water treatment specialists to be installed in treatment basins only, combines the fuel source with an oxygen source to produce complete combustion. Units are currently in operation across the globe, burning natural gas, butane, propane and digester gas. The CO2 gas begins to absorb into the water, producing carbonic acid. The carbonic acid reacts with alkalis present in water, neutralizing them, thus reducing the pH.

The Submerged Combustion Burner Systems can be designed with either manual or automatic controls. This system can be used as a heat source for most water or wastewater needs.  Available sizes range from 400 pounds (181.4 kg) to 10,000 pounds (4,536 kg) of CO2.

TOMCO2 Systems’ SCS solution can be adapted to fit new or existing water treatment plants. Because the submerged combustion burner is equipped with its own diffuser, elaborate grid diffusion systems are not required, making installation simple and economical.

Designed with safety in mind, each SCS system is equipped with a flame scanning system that automatically closes a magnetic valve in the gas line and sounds an alarm in the event of flame failure.

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