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J Hazard Mater ; 379: 120750, 2019 Nov 05.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31238220


Catalytic incineration is one of the cost-effective technologies to deal with odor cooking oil fumes (COFs). Hydrophobic carbon nanotubes (CNT) supported Pt catalysts were prepared by incipient wetness impregnation method. The 2.0 wt.%Pt/CNT catalyst gave the highest activity with the lowest light-off temperature near 200 °C. The catalyst was further coated on the carbonized honeycomb which offered low-pressure drop and high surface area per unit volume. Toward feasibility application, hydrophobic honeycomb supported Pt/CNT catalyst achieved an excellent catalytic performance with the conversion of 88.0-91.3 % in gas hourly space velocity (GHSV) ranging from 5,700 to 17,200 h-1 at 300 °C. Importantly, the honeycomb supported Pt/CNT catalyst could remove COFs substantially under simulated cooking conditions. Only a slight amount of heptane remained after catalytic incineration. In addition, the honeycomb support used much less Pt/CNT catalyst by maintaining the same performance, compared with powder catalyst. Our research outcome provides an excellent opportunity to apply the honeycomb supported Pt/CNT catalyst for moderate-temperature catalytic incineration of odor exhaust from kitchen hood.