Air Pollution Control

Keep under control the pollutant emissions to prevent the environmental impact of the industrial plants and to preserve the quality of the air for common good of our communities. Since 1970, CTP help our customer to comply with environmental regulations providing a wide range of solution in the field of air pollution control system.

Our solutions include:

Fabric Filter: Zero Emissions* NEW PM10 control *performance achievable < 0,1 mg/Nm3 compliance with local environmental regulation.

ESP Conversion to Fabric Filter – Technology Upgrade Shield.

Nuisance Filter – Small components, big impact.

DeNOx – SNCR Break NOx Emissions.

DeSOx – Dry& Semi-dry process. Stop SOx Pollutants.

Worldwide installations

More than 900 APC Systems installed.

Proven Technology: Guaranteed performances below the limits imposed by the environmental regulations. Partner with a company in which has in his core value are clean environment & energy sustainability.

In-house steelworks fabrication: Quality & price (ensure better capex)

Full management & advisory support: Deep knowledge of different scenario / industrial process

Peace of mind for our customers: Prompt or planned action of aftersales service

Partner with a long experience main contractor (in activity since 1970).

Wide range of applications

Our team of engineers and R&D specialists are dedicated to the continuous improvement of our solutions, new product and technologies studying/pursuing highest performances and best available techniques.

Our technology efforts are concentrated on the removal of dust particulates. However, we are able to remove not only dust, but also NOx and SOx pollutants covering wide range of applications.

Case histories and insights about air pollution control


Improve baghouse performance – by Matteo Colombo

How can the industrials ensure that the existing air pollution control (APC) system still performs within the threshold inlet parameters and this does not lead to premature wear of its internal components and uncontrolled energy consumption?