air pollution control catalyst Equipment

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Air Pollution Control Catalyst Applications

by Applied Catalysts     based in Doraville, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Our environmental catalysts are used to clean the air you breath during the manufacturing process in a wide range of everyday applications. During these necessary processes, environmentally pollutants are created. Catalysts are used in these applications to abate pollutants before they are released from the system to the surrounding environment.

Pt. Coated Guard Beds Can Be Combined With Air Pollution Control Catalysts

by EAS, Inc.     based in Gladstone, MICHIGAN (USA)

Save up to an additional $20k a year in natural gas Modules are 12.5” OD x 12.5” OD x 2” OD and usually 64 or 100 cpsi. Guard beds are mounted 12” from tip of burner flame. Access doors are provided between guard bed and catalyst bed. Much less expensive to maintain guard bed vs. main catalyst bed. Guard beds improve flow and temperature ...

Catalyst Reduction System(SCR)

by AWS Corporation srl     based in Cologno al Serio (BG, ITALY

Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR) system for flue gas denitrification consists of a NOx reduction process on a catalytic bed using ammonia or urea as reagent. The right operating temperature is secured through a gas-gas heat exchanger and an external heat source. Flue gas is fed through the catalytic bed, where NOx is reduced to form nitrogen and ...

GSG™ Graduated Straightening Grid for SCR performance improvements

by Fuel Tech, Inc.     based in Warrenville, ILLINOIS (USA)

Until now the traditional solution has been to use many large turning vanes along with a straightening grid placed immediately above the catalyst. Our patented GSG Graduated Straightening Grid technology has been applied to areas in the power plant from the economizer to the air heater. Our GSG technology: - Improves velocity distribution and flow ...

GCES - NOx Abatement System

by Gulf Coast Environmental Systems, LLC     based in Conroe, TEXAS (USA)

NOx is considered a harmful greenhouse gas and substantial releases into the atmosphere are prohibited. The abatement system is configured with a NOx reducing catalyst and an ammonia injection system. The catalytic reaction of the ammonia across the Selective Catalytic Reducer (SCR) reduces the emission of NOx by converting it into basic ...

Flue Gas Conditioning (FGC) Systems

by Fuel Tech, Inc.     based in Warrenville, ILLINOIS (USA)

Flue Gas Conditioning systems improve the performance of Electrostatic Precipitators (ESPs). Fly ash precipitators do not operate effectively when there is an insufficient amount of sulfur trioxide (SO3) present in the flue gas. By injecting SO3 and, in some cases, ammonia into the flue gas the performance of Electrostatic Precipitators (ESPs) is ...

Separation Technologies

by Epcon Industrial Systems, LP     based in The Woodlands, TEXAS (USA)

Principle: Combination of tangential, centrifugal and gravitational forces resulting in far more effective and superior separation.

Selective Catalytic Reduction Systems

by Epcon Industrial Systems, LP     based in The Woodlands, TEXAS (USA)

Epcon has designed SCR systems based on cutting edge technologies as an industry leader in research & development with our own original designs.

Odor Control Systems

by APC Technologies, Inc.     based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

APC Technologies offers five odor control systems: CarbonPure Adsorption Systems, GP Series (Wet) Gas Scrubbers, Thermal and Catalytic Oxidizers, and Ultra High-Efficiency Filter (UHF®) systems. A variety of factors should be considered when selecting an odor control system, including inlet odor concentrations, contaminants present and loading ...

I-NOx™ Integrated NOx Control Technologies

by Fuel Tech, Inc.     based in Warrenville, ILLINOIS (USA)

Fuel Tech’s I-NOx™ Integrated NOx Reduction System combines proven technologies for cost-effective NOx control from the point of combustion to the stack. These combined technologies may be applied as a retrofit solution for existing units or may be new generating units, capable of NOx reduction exceeding 80%. The front end of an I-NOx ...

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