nscr Equipment in North Korea

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CTP VOCNOxTherm - Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction

by Chemisch Thermische Prozesstechnik GmbH / CTP Air Pollution Control     based in Graz, AUSTRIA

The VOCNOx system combines excellent VOC cleaning efficiency with NOx reduction. In several applications the VOCNOxTherm saves on the need for an additional and complete SCR system.

AirProtekt - Non Selective Catalytic Reduction (NSCR)

by AirProtekt Limited     based in Newton, UNITED KINGDOM

AirProtekt supplies either a complete Non Selective Catalytic Reduction (NSCR) package or the NSCR catalyst for control of NOx (including N2O) emissions in reduced oxygen air stream. The catalytic reaction is based on the reaction between nitrogen oxides and a fuel to give nitrogen and water. The reducing fuel is generally chosen by site ...

MIRATECH - 3-Way Catalyst NSCR

by MIRATECH Corporation     based in Tulsa, OKLAHOMA (USA)

MIRATECH’s 3-Way Catalyst is the most advanced and cost-effective all-in-one Non-Selective Catalytic Reduction solution available. It is designed to provide a reliable, cost-effective total solution emissions control in rich-burn industrial engines.

Johnson Matthey - 3-Way (NSCR) Catalysts

by Johnson Matthey Emission Control Technologies     based in Royston, UNITED KINGDOM

Three-way catalysts (sometimes known as non-selective catalytic reduction, or NSCR, catalysts) are designed to simultaneously convert three pollutants to harmless emissions: Carbon Monoxide (CO) → Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Hydrocarbons (HC) → Water (H20), Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) → Nitrogen (N2).

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.

ROTAMIX - Model SNCR - Advanced Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction System

by MOBOTEC     based in Naperville, ILLINOIS (USA)

ROTAMIX is an Advanced Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction (SNCR) system.  Air-boosted nozzles facilitate penetration of chemical reagents into the furnace more deeply than conventional SNCR systems, improving reagent mixing and efficiency, and reducing reagent costs for the client.

ADCAT - NSCR (three-way) Catalysts

by EmeraChem     based in Knoxville, TENNESSEE (USA)

NSCR (three-way) catalysts destroy nitrogen oxides (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO), and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s including formaldehyde) from the exhaust of rich-burn reciprocating engines used in gas compression and power generation.  Most rich-burn reciprocating engines are fueled by natural gas.  EmeraChem also offers ...

ADCAT - 3-Way NSCR & CO Oxidation Catalyst

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

Ensures maximum durability & extreme module mechanical integrity. Yields lowest possible pressure drop with high surface area. Resists plugging of inner-catalyst channels & substrate nesting which can cause exhaust bypass & poor catalyst performance. Contruction technique resists gaps & sags We manufacture all shapes & size ...

GCES - Catalytic Oxidizers

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

The chemical process of catalytic oxidation is quite simple – the temperature of the exhaust stream is sufficiently elevated to a point in which the chemical bonds that hold the VOC molecules together are broken (oxidized) across the precious metal contained in the catalyst media.  The Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) contained in the ...

Synergy - Automotive Aftermarket Catalytic Converter

by Synergy Catalyst     based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

High Performance: Superior Manufacturing. Synergy uses only high performance, ultra-low back pressure metallic substrates as supports for our state of the art aftermarket catalysts

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