incineration flue gas Equipment

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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 ...

Gaseous Pollutants For Flue Gases

by Santes Ltd. Co.     based in Ankara, TURKEY

Flue gases originated from different sources contains hazardous gaseous pollutants such as SO2, SO3, H2S, HCl, HF. Those gases have a serious impact on the human health and the environment. Human health may be imposed in many ways with both short-term and long-term effects. Examples of short-term effects include irritation to the eyes, nose and ...

Steuler - Flue Gas Desulphurisation Technology

by Steuler Anlagenbau GmbH & Co. KG     based in Hoehr-Grenzhausen, GERMANY

Steuler Plant Construction is constantly working on further developments to its tried-and-tested flue gas desulphurisation process. Until now, it has usually been reserved for use in large-scale plants, but Steuler's work has now enabled its technical application to smaller and medium-sized production stages. This resolute approach has turned ...

Flue Gas Condensation

by Götaverken Miljö AB     based in Göteborg, SWEDEN

Modern waste incineration plants are in general equipped with a boiler system, which utilises a large part of the energy content in the flue gases. This energy generates electric power or produces heat in a district heating system. The systems can also be combined.Condensation scrubber at Renova AB in G?teborg, in operation since1988.In Sweden and ...

Flue gas treatment system

by Winderickx - Waste incinerators     based in Korytnica, POLAND

The operation costs are depending from country to country. We give some numbers which are 'normal practice' in West Europe. Also installations are only profitable if the have more then 100.000 ton waste per year and if they are on full power.

ITK Envifront - Model TAS - Dry Flue Gasses Adsorption System

by ITK Envifront     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.

Municipal Waste Incineration Systems

by Santes Ltd. Co.     based in Ankara, TURKEY

Municipal waste incineration system is designed with the consideration of several types of municipal wastes; including paper/cardboard (packing material), plastic (foil, bottles, and dishes), metal cans, food-waste, cloth, garbage etc. Incineration system provides an effective means of reducing the volume of MSW as well as providing an important ...

Model KSD-1000 - Flue Gas Moisture Analyzer

by Beijing Care Corporation Ltd.     based in Beijing, CHINA

KSD-1000 flue gas moisture analyzer developed by Beijing Care Corporation Ltd, which is applied in directly measuring the humidity of flue gas, is precise with low use-cost and maintenance work. It is specially designed for on-line measurement of moisture in flue gas. The gained data is the form of volume percentage, which accords with the ...

Thermylis High Temperature Fluid Bed (HTFB) Incineration System

by Degremont Technologies     based in Duebendorf, SWITZERLAND

Infilco Degremont has supplied more fluid bed incineration systems in North America than any other vendor. Our specialized incineration experts were recently awarded a U.S. patent for inventing a method to remove mercury and nitrogen oxides from combustion flue gas.

NOx-reduction Systems

by Caldyn Apparatebau     based in Ettlingen, GERMANY

Nitrogen oxides that cause pollution of the environment are converted to nitrogen and water by adding a reducing agent (urea solution or ammonia). With the SCR process the reducing agent is injected at comparatively low temperatures and the nitrogen oxides are reduced to molecular nitrogen using a catalyst. With the SNCR process the reducing agent ...

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