dry flue gas Equipment

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Inova Semi Dry Flue Gas Treatment Process

by Hitachi Zosen Inova     based in Zurich, SWITZERLAND

Semi Dry: Simple, Effective and Waste Water Free. The semi dry flue gas treatment process removed acidic gaseous contaminants by neutralisation with hydrated lime dust. Heavy metal compounds and organic contaminants, such as dioxins and furans, are separated by adsorption onto activated carbon in the same process step.

Dry Flue Gas Desulfurization (SDR) System

by Ducon Technologies Inc.     based in Liverpool, NEW YORK (USA)

Ducon supplies Semi-Dry Removal (SDR) type Dry Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) Systems as well as Dry Injection type systems. The SDR systems are custom designed to absorb gaseous pollutants utilizing a spray dryer and a baghouse filter. Ducon's specially designed air atomizing nozzles provide the liquid reagent slurry into the spray dryer for high ...

Sorbacal - Model HSH - Single-Pass Dry Flue Gas Treatment

by Lhoist Group     based in Limelette, BELGIUM

Sorbacal HSH is a calcium hydroxide specifically developed for the single-pass dry flue gas treatment. It differs from Sorbacal H with a higher specific surface area (SSA): 15-18 m²/g for Sorbacal H and 25 m²/g for Sorbacal HSH. Sorbacal HSH was developed for the specifications of the Brazilian market and is produced in Brazil today.

Quasi-dry flue gas cleaning (spray absorption)

by DrySoTec GmbH     based in Essen, GERMANY

For the quasi-dry flue gas cleaning, suspensions or solutions are distributed in the flue gas flow by means of a spray absorber with rotary distributor or two-component nozzles. The acid flue gas components are absorbed in alkaline droplets with simultaneous water vaporization. For the separation of organic pollutants and heavy metals, an ...

Dry Flue Gas Cleaning (dry absorption, conditioned dry absorption)

by DrySoTec GmbH     based in Essen, GERMANY

In the process of dry flue gas cleaning, the flue gas, if necessary, is moistened and cooled upstream of the actual reaction stage. This is done, on the one hand, for protecting the filter (temperature) and, on the other hand (if lime is used), for moistening the flue gas up to the dew point range. In order to bind the pollutants contained in the ...

Xerosorp For Dry Scrubbing Flue Gas Treatment Process

by Hitachi Zosen Inova     based in Zurich, SWITZERLAND

The dry scrubbing flue gas treatment process is designed to remove acidic gaseous contaminants by absorption with sodium bicarbonate. Due to the very high reactivity of sodium bicarbonate, only a small stoichiometry amount is required. The process is nearly independent of temperature and thus enables maximum energy recovery.

ITK Envifront - Model TAS - Dry Flue Gasses Adsorption System

by ITK Envifront AB     based in Växjö, SWEDEN

The ITK Envifront TAS process is developed for cleaning of flue gasses through so called dry adsorption and is specially suited for crematories, small waste incineration plants or hazardous waste incineration plants. The system is dimensioned for plants with a size of 100-2000 kg/h, with a medium to high utilitization.

Model GCEM40 Series - In-situ Flue Gas Analyser

by Codel International Ltd     based in Bakewell, UNITED KINGDOM

The GCEM40 series is our latest generation of in-situ gas analysers. Designed for use primarily on combustion processes the analysers measure the key pollutants such as CO, NO, NO2, NOx, SO2, CH4, HCl, CO2 and H2O.

Waste Incineration Plant

by Simatek A.S     based in Soroe, DENMARK

Throughout the past hundred years incineration plants for municipal waste have continuously been developed technologically. From the old days' incineration plants with a remarkable impact on the environment, today's state-of-the-art plants are pro-environmental and energy-generating units.Even small-sized plants are generating and supplying ...

Heavy Metals For Combustion/Incineration Processes

by Santes Ltd. Co.     based in Ankara, TURKEY

Heavy metals are mainly produced during combustion/incineration processes. Heavy metals exert a range of chronic and acute toxic health effects including carcinogenic, neurological, hepatic and renal. Toxic effects associated with heavy metals generally occur at higher concentrations. Based on the source of heavy metals type of the metal emitted ...

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