KCH Engineered Systems provides comprehensive solutions for industrial air and water pollution control.
Our corrosion-resistant systems are trusted by some of the most recognizable names in industries ranging from aerospace to metal finishing to municipal water sanitation.
KCH custom-designs and produces component parts of pollution control systems, including gas scrubbers, wet and dry scrubbers, odor control systems, mist eliminators, exhaust fans, ductwork, process tanks and control panels. All KCH products are corrosion resistant and designed with the highest-quality materials, such as Polypropylene, Titanium, Nickel Alloy, Teflon, Kynar, PVC, or our durable POLYSTRONG™ and POLYLAST™ materials, which are engineered for excellent structural strength, UV inhibition, and corrosion resistance. They are opaque in nature and resist wicking.
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From custom product design and fabrication to installation and maintenance, KCH products and services are trusted by industry managers that require corrosion-resistant systems that help them meet and exceed government regulations.
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Air pollution control systems are required in many industrial facilities due to health and safety regulations enforced by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as well as State and local agencies. Pollution control exhaust systems comply with the Clean Air Act (CAA), a federal law that was created in 1970 to prohibit stationary and mobile air emissions from exuding into the atmosphere. Air pollution control system types vary from industry to industry, depending on the type of hazardous agents needing to be eliminated. Because of the corrosive nature in many of these emissions, corrosion resistant ventilation systems are the standard. Each system is comprised of numerous components, including mist eliminators, ducts, hoods, exhaust fans, and fume scrubbers.
Air pollution control systems are essential for healthy indoor and outdoor environments. They make it possible for industries to meet national pollution control standards for clean air. They are also an excellent way to improve indoor air quality, saving businesses time and money by improving production rates and lowering health-related absences. Selecting the right type of pollution control system can definitely be ‘exhausting' - request a quote today!