Global leadership in industrial air pollution control

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Global leadership in industrial air pollution control
Global leadership in industrial air pollution control
CTP (Chemisch Thermische Prozesstechnik GmbH) designs and builds individual, highly
efficient and economical air pollution control systems for industrial applications.
CTP provides air pollution control systems for the disposal of organic pollutants and
specific inorganic compounds in exhaust air worldwide in all leading industries – ranging
from electronic, chemical and petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries to aluminium
smelting plants, coating facilities and automobile manufacturers. Be it in metal, plastic,
wood or food processing: CTP sets new standards in air pollution control with its
processes of oxidation, reduction, absorption, adsorption and filtration. More than 750
CTP references worldwide speak for themselves with currently 3.3 million operating hours
per year.
From Graz into the world…
CTP headquarters in Graz employs about 70 employees. CTP has more than 40 locations
and subsidiaries on all five continents. CTP's worldwide network includes subsidiaries in
France, Korea, Sweden, Spain and the US as well as licensees in Australia and Japan.
As Austria's # 1 supplier of integrated air pollution control solutions with an export rate of
about 95%, CTP is part of a small group of global market leaders.
Ecological and economical advantage thanks to innovative system solutions
CTP systems bring emissions down close to zero at a minimized total cost of ownership.
Contaminants such as volatile organic compounds, NH3 or NOx are primarily reduced by
catalytic and thermal regenerative processes and converted into usable energy, which can
be recycled into the production process.
CTP's diverse products range from turnkey installations to highly complex individual
solutions adapted to specific production conditions – including systems designed for the
removal of dangerous and toxic substances, systems designed for the disposal of
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Bank Austria Creditanstalt AG, Konto Nr. 0987-54245/00, BLZ 11000 IBAN Code: AT881100009875424500, BIC Code: BKAUATWW
Steiermärkische Bank und Sparkassen AG, Konto Nr. 2100-213913, BLZ 20815, IBAN Code: AT572081502100213913, BIC Code: STSPAT2G
FN 48996 d, Landes- und Handelsgericht Graz, UID: ATU 28 760 800
Chemisch Thermische
Prozesstechnik GmbH
A-8042 Graz, Schmiedlstrasse 10
T. +43/316/4101-0, F. +43/316/4101-80
[email protected], www.ctp.at
ecologically harmful factors such as intense odor and systems designed for handling highly
explosive, humid and corrosive or particle-loaded gases.
More than 25 years of innovation for clean air in the world of tomorrow
The great variety of industrial product innovations, changing regulations and particularily
the increasing demand - especially from the younger generation - for even more efficient
systems for the protection of the environment demand innovative solutions in air pollution
control.
Founded in 1985 and under the management of Heimo Thalhammer (mechanical
engineering) and Johannes Schedler (chemical engineering), CTP places particular
emphasis on research and development. Over the years, the company's independent R&D
department has developed various innovative ideas, which have since been implemented
in new technologies by experts in the fields of mechanical engineering, chemistry,
electronics, as well as process and electrical engineering. Today, various CTP inventions
are considered technological trendsetters in industrial air pollution control. The wide
variety of international patents highlights the pioneering achievements of CTP.
Graz, in January 2013
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Bank Austria Creditanstalt AG, Konto Nr. 0987-54245/00, BLZ 11000 IBAN Code: AT881100009875424500, BIC Code: BKAUATWW
Steiermärkische Bank und Sparkassen AG, Konto Nr. 2100-213913, BLZ 20815, IBAN Code: AT572081502100213913, BIC Code: STSPAT2G
FN 48996 d, Landes- und Handelsgericht Graz, UID: ATU 28 760 800
Chemisch Thermische
Prozesstechnik GmbH
A-8042 Graz, Schmiedlstrasse 10
T. +43/316/4101-0, F. +43/316/4101-80
[email protected], www.ctp.at