RATH Expert to Deliver Exclusive Lecture on Advanced Hot Gas Filtration at GMIC Event

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Revolutionizing Glass Manufacturing: Insights from Glass Trend Symposium

The upcoming Glass Trend Symposium, organized by the GMIC in Columbus, Ohio, USA, promises to be a groundbreaking event for the glass industry. Following the Conference on Glass Problems from November 6 to 8, where RATH will showcase its innovations, the symposium aims to address the pressing need for reducing the glass industry’s carbon footprint.

Embracing the Future: The Theme of Glass Trend Symposium

Under the theme “The Future of Glass Manufacturing,” industry leaders, glass manufacturers, refractory and equipment suppliers, design engineers, and process engineers will convene to share their experiences and insights. Together, they will explore innovative solutions to achieve sustainable glass production.

Manfred Salinger’s Expert Lecture: Pioneering Emission Control and Heat Recovery

In a pivotal session on Furnace and Refractory Design, Manfred Salinger, Head of Advanced Ceramic Filtration Solutions at RATH Group, will deliver an enlightening lecture from 9:45 to 10:15 am. His talk, titled “Holistic Approach to Emission Control and Heat Recovery,” will delve into the crucial role of high-temperature filters in emission control and carbon footprint reduction in glass melting.

Salinger, a renowned hot gas filtration expert, will share valuable insights on the enhanced emission control system, comparing it with conventional solutions. He will introduce the range of available filter element lengths, emphasizing lessons learned and the keys to reliable operation and extended service life of filter elements.

Innovating Emission Control: The Power of Hot Gas Filters

Traditionally, exhaust gases are cooled to insufficient temperatures for re-use, limiting their potential applications. However, advancements in hot gas filters, equipped with ceramic filter elements up to 6 meters long, have transformed emission control. These filters enable cleaning of exhaust gases at elevated temperatures, allowing for re-use in thermal processes or power generation. The new generation of longer filter elements not only reduces capital investment costs but also maintains essential functions such as particulate removal and selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides.

Stay tuned for more updates from the Glass Trend Symposium, where industry pioneers like RATH are shaping the future of sustainable glass manufacturing.

Source: Glass Trend Symposium with additional information added by Apazone

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