Patrick A Tuzinski, Age ~642008 Dixon Dr, Minneapolis, MN 55431

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2008 Dixon Dr, Bloomington, MN 55431 (952) 884-5550 (952) 884-8109 (612) 861-5385

6627 Grand St, Minneapolis, MN 55423 (612) 861-5385

Richfield, MN

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System And Process For Removal Of Pollutants From A Gas Stream

US Patent:
6579507, Jun 17, 2003
Filed:
Jan 11, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/044089
Inventors:
John E. Pahlman - late of Bloomington MN
Steven C. Carlton - Emily MN
Ray V. Huff - Florence AL
Charles F. Hammel - Escondido CA
Richard M. Boren - Bakersfield CA
Kevin P. Kronbeck - Baxter MN
Joshua E. Larson - Burnsville MN
Patrick A. Tuzinski - Bloomington MN
Steve G. Axen - Golden CO
Assignee:
EnviroScrub Technologies Corporation - Minneapolis MN
International Classification:
B01D 5346
US Classification:
423210, 4232155, 4232391, 42324401, 423DIG 5, 422170, 422171, 422178, 95 19, 95 21, 96113, 96114
Abstract:
System for removal of targeted pollutants, such as oxides of sulfur, oxides of nitrogen, mercury compounds and ash, from combustion and other industrial process gases and processes utilizing the system. Oxides of manganese are utilized as the primary sorbent in the system for removal or capture of pollutants. The oxides of manganese are introduced from feeders into reaction zones of the system where they are contacted with a gas from which pollutants are to be removed. With respect to pollutant removal, the sorbent may interact with a pollutant as a catalyst, reactant, adsorbent or absorbent. Removal may occur in single-stage, dual-stage, or multi-stage systems with a variety of different configurations and reaction zones, e. g. , bag house, cyclones, fluidized beds, and the like. Process parameters, particularly system differential pressure, are controlled by electronic controls to maintain minimal system differential pressure, and to monitor and adjust pollutant removal efficiencies.

System And Process For Removal Of Pollutants From A Gas Stream

US Patent:
6610263, Aug 26, 2003
Filed:
Jul 31, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/919600
Inventors:
John E. Pahlman - late of Bloomington MN
Steve C. Carlton - Emily MN
Ray V. Huff - Florence AL
Charles F. Hammel - Escondido CA
Richard M. Boren - Bakersfield CA
Kevin P. Kronbeck - Baxter MN
Joshua E. Larson - Burnsville MN
Patrick A. Tuzinski - Bloomington MN
Steve G. Axen - Golden CO
Assignee:
EnviroScrub Technologies Corporation - Minneapolis MN
International Classification:
B01D 5360
US Classification:
4232391, 42324406, 423393, 423395, 423400, 423522, 423544, 423548, 423DIG 5
Abstract:
System for removal of targeted pollutants, such as oxides of sulfur, oxides of nitrogen, mercury compounds and ash, from combustion and other industrial process gases and processes utilizing the system. Oxides of manganese are utilized as the primary sorbent in the system for removal or capture of pollutants. The oxides of manganese are introduced from feeders into reaction zones of the system where they are contacted with a gas from which pollutants are to be removed. With respect to pollutant removal, the sorbent may interact with a pollutant as a catalyst, reactant, adsorbent or absorbent. Removal may occur in single-stage, dual-stage, or multi-stage systems with a variety of different configurations and reaction zones, e. g. , bag house, cyclones, fluidized beds, and the like. Process parameters, particularly system differential pressure, are controlled by electronic controls to maintain minimal system differential pressure, and to monitor and adjust pollutant removal efficiencies.

System And Process For Removal Of Pollutants From A Gas Stream

US Patent:
6974565, Dec 13, 2005
Filed:
Mar 4, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/382348
Inventors:
Kathleen S. Pahlman - Bloomington MN,
Steve C. Carlton - Emily MN,
Ray V. Huff - Florence AL,
Charles F. Hammel - Escondido CA,
Richard M. Boren - Bakersfield CA,
Kevin P. Kronbeck - Baxter MN,
Joshua E. Larson - Burnsville MN,
Patrick A. Tuzinski - Bloomington MN,
Steve G. Axen - Golden CO,
Assignee:
Enviroscrub Technologies Corporation - Bloomington MN
International Classification:
B01D053/46
B01D053/50
B01D053/56
US Classification:
423210, 4232391, 42324401, 4232155, 95 19, 95 21, 96113, 96114, 422170, 422171, 422178
Abstract:
System for removal of targeted pollutants, such as oxides of sulfur, oxides of nitrogen, mercury compounds and ash, from combustion and other industrial process gases and processes utilizing the system. Oxides of manganese are utilized as the primary sorbent in the system for removal or capture of pollutants. The oxides of manganese are introduced from feeders into reaction zones of the system where they are contacted with a gas from which pollutants are to be removed. With respect to pollutant removal, the sorbent may interact with a pollutant as a catalyst, reactant, adsorbent or absorbent. Removal may occur in single-stage, dual-stage, or multi-stage systems with a variety of different configurations and reaction zones, e. g. , bag house, cyclones, fluidized beds, and the like. Process parameters, particularly system differential pressure, are controlled by electronic controls to maintain minimal system differential pressure, and to monitor and adjust pollutant removal efficiencies.

System And Process For Removal Of Pollutants From A Gas Stream

US Patent:
7033548, Apr 25, 2006
Filed:
Sep 23, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/252270
Inventors:
Steve C. Carlton - Emily MN,
Ray V. Huff - Florence AL,
Charles F. Hammel - Escondido CA,
Richard M. Boren - Bakersfield CA,
Kevin P. Kronbeck - Baxter MN,
Joshua E. Larson - Burnsville MN,
Patrick A. Tuzinski - Bloomington MN,
Steve G. Axen - Golden CO,
Assignee:
Enviroscrub Technologies Corporation - Bloomington MN
International Classification:
B01D 53/46
B01D 53/50
B01D 53/56
US Classification:
422170, 422171, 422178, 423210, 4232155, 4232391, 42324401, 423DIG 5, 95 19, 95 21, 96113, 96114
Abstract:
System for removal of targeted pollutants, such as oxides of sulfur, oxides of nitrogen, mercury compounds and ash, from combustion and other industrial process gases and processes utilizing the system. Oxides of manganese are utilized as the primary sorbent in the system for removal or capture of pollutants. The oxides of manganese are introduced from feeders into reaction zones of the system where they are contacted with a gas from which pollutants are to be removed. With respect to pollutant removal, the sorbent may interact with a pollutant as a catalyst, reactant, adsorbent or absorbent. Removal may occur in single-stage, dual-stage, or multi-stage systems with a variety of different configurations and reaction zones, e. g. , bag house, cyclones, fluidized beds, and the like. Process parameters, particularly system differential pressure, are controlled by electronic controls to maintain minimal system differential pressure, and to monitor and adjust pollutant removal efficiencies.

Pretreatment And Regeneration Of Oxides Of Manganese

US Patent:
7041270, May 9, 2006
Filed:
Dec 23, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/328490
Inventors:
Charles F. Hammel - Escondido CA,
Patrick A. Tuzinski - Bloomington MN,
Richard M. Boren - Bakersfield CA,
Assignee:
Enviroscrub Technologies Corporation - Bloomington MN
International Classification:
C01G 45/00
US Classification:
423605
Abstract:
The invention relates to systems and processes for treating particulate oxides of manganese useful as oxidizing sorbents for capturing or removing target pollutants from industrial gas streams, including, but not limited to, nitrogen oxides (NO), sulfur oxide (SO), mercury (Hg), hydrogen sulfide (HS), other totally reduced sulfides (TRS), and oxides of carbon (CO and CO) gases. Oxides of manganese are washed an aqueous oxidizing solution, which may be adjusted as necessary to maintain the oxidizing solution a desired range of pH (acidity) and Eh (oxidizing potential) within the MnOstability area for aqueous solutions. The resulting treated oxides of manganese are equally or more efficient as sorbents as the oxides of manganese processed with the invention.

Regeneration, Pretreatment And Precipitation Of Oxides Of Manganese

US Patent:
7232782, Jun 19, 2007
Filed:
Mar 6, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/384473
Inventors:
Charles F. Hammel - Escondido CA,
Richard M. Boren - Bakersfield CA,
Patrick A. Tuzinski - Bloomington MN,
Assignee:
Enviroscrub Technologies Corp. - Bloomington MN
International Classification:
C01G 45/00
US Classification:
502 22, 502 23, 502 25, 700266, 700267, 700268, 700271
Abstract:
Methods and systems for regenerating and pretreating oxides of manganese and precipitation of oxides of manganese from manganese salt solutions. The oxides of manganese and manganese salt solutions are processed utilizing heated aqueous oxidizing solutions at or near boiling at atmospheric pressure. Solution temperature, Eh value and pH value are monitored and adjusted so as to move solution conditions into and to maintain them within the MnOstability area. This results in regenerated, pretreated and precipitated oxides of manganese having high or increased pollutant loading capacities and/or oxidation states. Oxides of manganese thus produced are, amongst other uses; suitable for use as a sorbent for capturing or removing target pollutants from industrial gas streams. Filtrate process streams containing useful and recoverable value present as spectator ions may be further processed to produce useful and marketable by-products.

System For Removal Of Pollutants From A Gas Stream

US Patent:
7247279, Jul 24, 2007
Filed:
Jun 9, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/458763
Inventors:
Steven C. Carlton - Emily MN,
Ray V. Huff - Hereford AZ,
Charles F. Hammel - Escondido CA,
Richard M. Boren - Bakersfield CA,
Kevin P. Kronbeck - Baxter MN,
Joshua E. Larson - Burnsville MN,
Patrick A. Tuzinski - Bloomington MN,
Steve G. Axen - Golden CO,
Assignee:
EnviroScrub Technologies Corporation - Minneapolis MN
International Classification:
B01D 50/00
US Classification:
422168
Abstract:
System for removal of targeted pollutants from combustion and other industrial process gases and processes utilizing the system. Metal oxides are introduced from feeders into reaction zones of the system where they are contacted with a gas from which pollutants are to be removed. With respect to pollutant removal, the sorbent may interact with a pollutant as a catalyst, reactant, adsorbent or absorbent. Removal may occur in single-stage, dual-stage, or multi-stage systems with a variety of different configurations and reaction zones, e. g. , bag house, cyclones, fluidized beds, and the like. Process parameters, particularly system differential pressure, are controlled by electronic controls to maintain minimal system differential pressure, and to monitor and adjust pollutant removal efficiencies. Reacted sorbent may be removed from the reaction action zones for recycling or recycled or regenerated with useful and marketable by-products being recovered during regeneration.

Systems And Processes For Removal Of Pollutants From A Gas Stream

US Patent:
2003011, Jun 19, 2003
Filed:
Sep 13, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/951697
Inventors:
John Pahlman - Bloomington MN,
Kathleen Pahlman - Bloomington MN,
Steven Carlton - Emily MN,
Ray Huff - Florence AL,
Charles Hammel - Escondido CA,
Richard Boren - Bakersfield CA,
Kevin Kronbeck - Baxter MN,
Joshua Larson - Burnsville MN,
Patrick Tuzinski - Bloomington MN,
Steve Axen - Golden CO,
International Classification:
B01D053/46
B01D053/50
B01D053/56
US Classification:
422/171000, 422/112000, 422/170000, 422/169000, 422/172000
Abstract:
Systems and process for wet and combinations of wet and dry removal of targeted pollutants, such as oxides of sulfur, oxides of nitrogen, and oxides of carbon from combustion and other industrial process gases and processes utilizing the system. Oxides of manganese are utilized as the primary sorbent in the system for removal or capture of pollutants. In wet removal, oxides of manganese are mixed in a slurry which is introduced into reaction zones of the system. In dry removal, the oxides of manganese are introduced from feeders into reaction zones of the system where they are contacted with a gas from which pollutants are to be removed. Removal may occur in single-stage, dual-stage, or multi-stage systems with at least one of the reaction zones being a wet scrubber. A variety dry scrubber may be utilized in combination wet and dry removal systems. Process parameters, particularly system differential pressure, are controlled by electronic controls to maintain minimal system differential pressure, and to monitor and adjust pollutant removal efficiencies. Reacted sorbent may be removed from the reaction action zones for recycling or recycled or regenerated with useful and marketable by-products being recovered during regeneration.

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