Mercury in the Environment Equipment in British Columbia

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Mercury Reduction

by Clyde Bergemann Power Group Americas Inc. - Air Pollution Control Product Division     based in Hanover, MARYLAND (USA)

The current state of technology for mercury control is via the injection of activated carbon. The concept is that the mercury adsorbs onto the surface of the activated carbon. Depending upon the characteristics of the fuel, either a standard powdered activated carbon (PAC) or a brominated activated carbon (BPAC) can be injected into the flue gas ...

Mercury Scrubber

by Tri-Mer Corporation     based in Owosso, MICHIGAN (USA)

Tri-Mer Corporation has introduced a technology that provides up to 99.9% reduction in mercury (Hg) vapor emissions. It is ideally suited to lower emissions from coal-fired power plants, municipal waste incinerators and gold mining, which are the major contributors to mercury pollution in the U.S.

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 ...

Model CAL-2000 - Mercury Argon Calibration Source for UV-VIS

by Ocean Optics     based in Dunedin, FLORIDA (USA)

The CAL-2000 Mercury Argon Calibration Source is a spectral wavelength calibration source for spectrometer systems. The CAL-2000 produces low-pressure Mercury and Argon atomic emission lines from 253-1700 nm for use in performing fast, reliable spectrometer wavelength calibrations.

Model 433-A - Polarographic Trace Analyser

by Amel Srl     based in Milano, ITALY

Trace analysis have never been important than today where detection of heavy metals and other pollutant compounds requires a continuos surveillance in many samples like water, food, beverages etc. For the first time a high performance static mercury drop electrode and a COMPLETE COMPUTERISED TRACE ANALYSER have been put together in a single, ...

Enprove - H2O2 for NOx and Mercury Abatement

by FMC Corporation     based in Philadelphia, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

For over sixty years, FMC has leveraged its knowledge of oxidation chemistry to develop a portfolio environmental solutions to help protect our air, water, and soil resources. Today, FMC is commercializing a new technology to cost-effectively address NOx and Mercury emissions. NASA Technology FMC holds the exclusive license to patented ...

a1-cbiss - Model HM 1400 TR - Total Mercury Analyser

by a1-cbiss     based in Birkenhead, UNITED KINGDOM

a1-cbiss supply a monitoring system for fully-automatic and continuous mercury analysis in smoke gas (without wet chemistry). Measuring principle: In the HM 1400 TR total mercury analyser the sample gas is converted into mercury vapour by a combination of thermal and dry chemical treatment. This is then continuously measured in a photometer. The ...

New Pig - Model NPPLP602 - Mercury Spill Powder

by Sensor and Decontamination, Inc. (SDI)     based in Binghamton, NEW YORK (USA)

Sprinkle onto mercury to absorb up to 1,000 grams (35.27 ounces) and transform it into zinc amalgam. Suppresses hazardous mercury vapors to limit worker exposure. Easy-to-handle shaker bottle lets you apply powder right where you need it. Ideal for removing mercury from work surfaces, benchtops, floors, cracks and crevices.

DURAGRATE - Model HM-1400 TRX - Total Mercury Analyzer System

by DURAG GmbH     based in Hamburg, GERMANY

Extractive Automatic Measuring System (AMS) for continuous total mercury monitoring (CMM) in stack gas or process gas.

CrudeSorb MR - Mercury And Arsenic Adsorption Media

by CETCO Oilfield Services Company     based in Covington, LOUISIANA (USA)

This media is based on organoclay technology like CrubeSorb but has been heavily modified to enhance mercury and arsenic adsorption through both physical removal and chemical bonding.

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