Odor and VOC waste gas treatment solutions

Microwave electrodeless ultraviolet VOC waste gas treatment technology

       The microwave energy excites the electrodeless ultraviolet lamp tube to produce UVB and UVC. Under the synergistic effect of microwave energy, ultraviolet rays and photocatalyst, VOC waste gas will quickly crack the VOC molecular chain, reducing the purification time and improving the treatment effect.

       The electrodeless ultraviolet lamp is excited by microwave energy and is highly efficient and energy-saving. Compared with the electrode lamp, it can save more than 50% energy. It is easy to install without wiring, easy to clean and maintain, and has a longer life.


The 1000W frequency conversion microwave power source excites the 185nm lamp to produce ultraviolet + ozone. The service life of the electrodeless lamp can reach more than 30,000 hours, and the life of the microwave power supply can also reach more than 50,000 hours. Microwave-excited ultraviolet light can have a curative effect on the malodor in the exhaust gas and VOCs such as organic benzene, toluene, chlorobenzene, lower aliphatic hydrocarbons, alcohols, and aldehydes. Volatile malodorous organic compounds: sulfur-containing organic compounds (thiols, thioethers), nitrogen-containing organic compounds (amines, amides), oxygen-containing organic compounds (alcohols, ethers, ketones, aldehydes), and (fatty hydrocarbons and aromatic hydrocarbons) and halogenated organisms.

Microwave catalytic combustion exhaust gas treatment technology

       Compared with the traditional electric heating technology, microwave has advantages in heating, uniform heating speed, high energy efficiency ratio, convenient operation and so on.

       Microwave heating reduces the temperature of the oxidation reaction and the energy consumption of the treatment. The "hot spot effect" and "non-thermal effect" of microwave make the conversion efficiency of VOCs significantly better than that of traditional furnace heating, especially the conversion rate of chlorobenzene can be increased by up to 40%.


Application range

      Micron Technology, a subsidiary of Megmeet, focuses on microwave technology and applications. Micron microwave equipment has been widely used in the preparation of high-tech materials such as ceramics, graphene, aerogels, photovoltaic silicon materials, etc. Environmental protection and energy-saving technologies such as drying, water-based paint drying, VOC waste gas, and odor treatment are also widely used.