flue gas treatment Equipment in Belgium

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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.


Tekran - Model 3300Xi - Mercury Continuous Emission Monitor

by Tekran Instruments Corporation     based in Knoxville, TENNESSEE (USA)

The EPA Electric Generating Unit Mercury and Air Toxics (EGU MATS) and Portland Cement Maximum Achievable Control Technology (PC MACT) regulations require reductions in gaseous mercury emissions. Tekran has proven technology to support mercury compliance monitoring, abatement system optimization, and performance audit testing instrumentation.

Flue Gas Treatment

by JOSEPH EGLI AG     based in Oberurnen, SWITZERLAND

Depend on the environmental and economical request we design the flue gas treatment. Two principal of adsorption came to the fore, wet and dry adsorption. In case of emission there are mainly to standards requested: US EPA Standard, European Standard according the Guideline 2000/76/EC, Mostly both of the standards can be achieved by a dry or wet ...

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.

Flue Gas Treatment Systems

by Lodge Cottrell Ltd     based in Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM

Typically flue gas treatment systems are required when particulates and other gaseous pollutants are required to be removed from exhausts.Such pollutants include acid gases (such as SO2, HCl, etc.), heavy metals (such as mercury) and dioxins. Typically such pollutants are created by the conversion of waste or biomass into energy.

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.

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.

Minsorb - Mineral Alternative For The Removal of Micro-Pollutants

by Lhoist Group     based in Limelette, BELGIUM

Minsorb is the 100% mineral alternative for the removal of micro-pollutants in dry flue gas treatment. dioxins/furans (PCDD/PCDF), PCB and PAH. Mercury: metallic and ionic.

THERMOX - Model WDG-IVM/IQ - Smart Flue Gas Analyzers

by Ametek Process Instruments - THERMOX     based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The WDG-IVM analyzer measures oxygen, combustibles and methane in natural gas-fired applications. It is ideal for gas-fired power boilers or for those using natural gas during start-up and shutdown. With this analyzer, you can monitor oxygen and combustibles for maximum fuel efficiency. In addition, the methane detector can be used for purge and ...

Wet Scrubber

by Santes Ltd. Co.     based in Temelli, TURKEY

Wet scrubbers are used to absorb soluble gases into water or other liquids such as solutions and to remove particulates from gas streams by contacting with water or other liquid. The flue-gas flow is fed into water, hydrogen peroxide, or/and a washing solution containing part of the reagent (e.g. sodium hydroxide solution). In order to eliminate ...

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