Ducon Environmental Systems (Ducon), a division of Ducon Technologies Inc., is a world leader in providing custom engineered equipment, systems and solutions for Air Pollution Control and product recovery since 1938. Ducon equipment is used in a wide variety of industries and manufacturing processes, such as: chemicals, refineries, Boiler MACT Compliance, cement kilns, incineration, glass manufacturing, power generation, battery manufacturing, chrome plating, mining & Ore processing, pulp and paper, pharmaceutical, food, steel, and wastewater treatment. Ducon's equipment allows its users to comply with the latest government regulations for control of gaseous and particulate emissions to the atmosphere and also recover valuable product discharging to the atmosphere.
As an established and a reputable supplier, Ducon can ensure customer satisfaction through proven innovative designs, expert manufacturing and on-time delivery. A Ducon built equipment is a guarantee of quality workmanship and reliable performance which begins with start-up and continues throughout the life of the equipment. Ducon's equipment is used to remove the following pollutants from gaseous streams: Particulate Matter (PM) - PM10, PM 2.5, PM 1.0, SOx, SO2, SO3, NOx, Acid Mist, HF, HCl, NH3, CO, CO2, Dioxin, Metal oxides, Sub-Micron Particulate, Mercury, Fumes, VOCs, and odors, etc.
Ducon’s equipment is known for quality construction, long service life and high efficiency. Ducon has completed over 25,000 global installations, and has compiled an enviable track record of completed projects which continue to perform reliably and economically year after year. That's performance! That is Ducon! The name to consider for your next project.
“Ducon secures a new order for supply and installation of a Wet Electrostatic Preciptator system for a Lithium mining and processing plant to control sub-micron particles and fumes.”
“Ducon secures an order to supply a wet particulate control systems for iron ore processing Plant. ”
“Ducon receives turnkey order for FCC Cyclones from a major oil refinery in South America with the current feedstock throughput capacity of 250,000 barrels per day.”