selective catalytic reduction Equipment in Myanmar

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Selective Catalytic Reduction Systems

by Epcon Industrial Systems, LP

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

EcoFit - Selective Catalytic Reduction Systems

by Cummins Inc. - Cummins Emission Solutions

EcoFit Selective Catalytic Reduction Systems use a chemical reductant, in this case urea, which converts to ammonia in the exhaust stream and reacts with NOx over a catalyst to form harmless nitrogen gas and water. Urea is a benign substance that is generally made from natural gas and widely used in industry and agriculture. In our EcoFit SCR ...

Selective Catalytic Reduction

by Branch Environmental Corp.

SCR systems use our catalytic design to react ammonia injected into the air stream with the NOx present. This approach  requires an operating temperature of 320-700º F (160-320º C) depending on the catalyst used.

Hitachi - SCR - Selective Catalytic Reduction

by Hitachi Power Systems America, Ltd. (HPSA)

Hitachi is a world leader in Systems and Catalyst technology with over 40 years of experience and more than 350 systems worldwide. We are the only catalyst manufacturer who offers SCR Systems for coal-fired units in the US. Our patented hood design with no turning vanes eliminates ash accumulation on the Catalyst. We provide seamless integration ...

AirProtekt - Non Selective Catalytic Reduction (NSCR)

by AirProtekt Limited

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 ...

Selective Catalytic Reduction Systems (SCR)

by CSM Worldwide, Inc.

Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) is classified as Best Available Control Technology (BACT) for NOx abatement by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in many industrial applications. CSM designs, manufactures and installs high-performance SCR systems that have been classified BACT in certain applications in some of the most stringent air ...

Strabag - SETNOx - Fluegas Cleaning - Selective Catalytic Reduction

by Strabag Energy Technologies GmbH

Emissions are created when fossil fuels are used for energy and heat generation. Among others, they contain nitrogen oxides and other environmentally harmful substances. SETNOx as Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), is the most efficient method of reducing these nitrogen oxides. By injecting ammonia into the flue gas flow in the presence of a ...

Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) NOx Removal System

by Hitachi Zosen Corporation

Nitrogen oxide (NOx) in exhaust fumes from factories and power stations undergoes a photochemical reaction triggered by powerful ultraviolet rays in sunlight to produce toxic photochemical oxidants such as ozone, which are the primary cause of photochemical smog that is harmful to plants and humans alike. NOx also undergoes a chemical reaction in ...

Heating cord for Selective Catalytic Reduction

by Bekaert Group

Bekaert heating cord is a special plastic coated metal cable with a specific electrical resistance which is used for heating in applications where flexibility and reinforcement is required.

NOx Abatement Systems

by Epcon Industrial Systems, LP

NOX (and SOX) emissions are components of acid rain - when mixed with water vapor in the clouds they form nitric (and sulfuric) acid. NOX participates in smog (photochemical ozone) formation by reacting with VOCs in the presence of sunlight - smog is a respiratory and eye irritant. NOX is primarily composed of NO and NO2, and most thermal NOX is ...

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