Applications of the system are extensive, which include Freon recovery/destruction method for highly efficient destructions of fluoride-containing waste liquid, exhaust gas by-products such as CFC and HCFC, and various fluorocarbons such as HFC, PFC, SF₆, and NF₃, and the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) recommended by the United Nations.
This system, which was developed based on the fluorine compound collection and destruction law introduced in Japan in 2002, can decompose fluorocarbons (CFCs, HCFCs and HFCs), PFCs and SF6. Fluorocarbons are one of the causes of ozone layer depletion and global warming. This system has been developed based on our Sub-Com system and acid resistant materials selection know-how, and possesses a decomposition efficiency of 99.99% for HFCs, PFCs and SF6. This system is accredited by the United Nations for use in CDM (Clean Development Mechanism) projects in accordance with the Kyoto protocol for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
2004 Japan Society of Industrial Machinery Manufacturers Chairperson’s Award at the 30th Japan Society of Industrial Machinery Manufacturers Awards held by the Japan Society of Industrial Machinery Manufacturers.
2005 Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Award at the 8th Ozone Layer Protection / Global Warming Prevention Awards held by the NK Industrial Research Institute. Awarded with the Encouragement Prize in the 2005 Resources Recycling Technology and System Award Category by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry.
2006 Award of the Society of Separation Process Engineers, Japan