After more than 15 years in our offices in Cologne-Braunsfeld, DSD Chemtech has its headquarters now in Cologne-Longerich.
Our new address is
DSD Chemtech GmbH & Co. KG
All telephone numbers and e-mail addresses remain valid.
For the shown confidence during this time we would like to thank our customers and suppliers very much.
On January 6, 2003 DSD Chemtech started its business operations. Our tailored solutions and the innovative capacity of our partners contribute fundamentally to our company success in the last 15 years.
We will continue aiming to satisfying the requirements and desires of our customers at the fields of process and off-gas cleaning, sulphuric acid technology, mist separation and catalysts.
We are looking forward to a successful future together!
We are participating to the 10th Euro Chlor Technology Conference in Berlin.
Please visit us in the exhibition hall stand 6 where you find us together with DuPont MECS.
Since the development
Fifty years ago Dr. Joseph Andrew Brink developed the Brink Mist Eliminators to remove fine droplets out of process gas.
Nowadays the fiber bed mist eliminators especially developed to remove fine liquid droplets are state of the art in many chemical processes. Since the development in 1958 the Brink Mist Eliminators are improved continuously and adapted to many chemical processes and off gas applications. For more information please look at product/mist eliminator.
The new Brink-Mist Eliminator brochures in English are now available in the download area.
The downloads you can find under Company – Downloads or Products – Misrt Eliminator – Downloads.
DSD Chemtech/MECS received 8 orders in the last two years for the delivery of Brink Mist Eliminators for new or modernized Chlorine electrolysis plants.
Most of the time the scope of supply includes wet chlorine, dry chlorine and hydrogen filters. Already for decades Brink Mist Eliminators are used in chlorine electrolysis plants. Due to the high efficiency of Brink Mist Eliminators they are nowadays the standard for chlorine electrolysis plants.