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  • Energy & Environment Division Introduction
  • This division leads business related to air pollution prevention and new renewable energy.
  • Air pollution prevention business
  • IGSP has developed techniques for collecting dust spread into the air in cooperation with national research institutes. It maximizes the efficiency of the dust collector based on the analysis of air flow and other accurate data through various simulations of flow analysis done by computers. A vortex hood and an integrated dust-collecting system developed by using these kinds of techniques are the representative items for the environment-related business of the IGSP.
  • A vortex hood applied with Coanda Effect, one of unique characters of air flow based on the optimum design technique, shows increased performance of collecting power by over 40% compared with existing commercial hoods during use with the same amount of power.
  • A centrifugal dust collector (Cyclone-Bag Filter), as an advanced dust collector based on the combination of cyclone and back filter types, can collect both large particles and minute dust efficiently. In addition, it is designed to collect dust optimally through simulation of flow analysis.
  • An integrated energy-saving dust collector provides customized dust collecting facilities through the simulation of flow analysis of each piece of equipment. It can collect dust more effectively with small amounts of power because of the design of the optimum duct through simulation, and prevent the duct from being blocked, in advance, due to accumulated dust at the pipe caused by incorrect calculation of power.
  • Design of the optimum pipe and calculation of power consumption through simulation of flow analysis by computer
  • In addition, as it selects shaking device type, not the air-purse type by using the existing air compressor, the life expectancy of the dust collector has been rapidly increased and the use of power has also been lowered.
  • Renewable energy business
  • IGSP has used rice husks or cob carriers which were thrown away or used as fertilizers in the past, as biomass, and developed techniques to generate added values. As a result, it has developed a technique which can generate energy similar to fossil fuels with low costs through pyrolysis or combustion of biomass. Through this process, it has brought rapid changes in the development of drying, heating and power-generating which were mainly dependent on fossil fuels .
  • The biomass pyrolysis generator uses by-products caused by grain or wood processing as its major materials, different from electricity generation made by generators, by using 100% diesel. It reduces the use of diesel up to around 25% by mainly using rice husk, wood chips or cob carrier (about 75% of the entire fuel).
  • After biomass gas is generated by using a gasifier, it is used for fuel for the generator just like the small amount of diesel based on refinement of the gas through the filter.
  • The biomass-using combustion furnace, an eco-friendly and low-cost heat source-generator, produces heat sources necessary for drying of grains or heating for agriculture or forestry through by-products such as rice husk. The existing combustion furnace generated heat sources for drying or heating by using fossil fuels such as diesel or lamp oil, but the biomass-using combustion furnace of the IGSP can rapidly reduce costs of heating and drying by using by-products such as rice husk or wood chips as main materials.
  • In addition, air pollution can be prevented in advance and global warming can also be decreased because the complete combustion technique is selected and emission of carbon dioxide is non-existent.