mercury emissions (Emissions Management) equipment available in Latin America

  • Cormetech - Model COMETâ„¢ - Oxidized Mercury Emissions Technology

    Cormetech's Oxidized Mercury Emissions Technology (COMET™) is Cormetech's next generation catalyst technology that allows coal-fired power plants to meet stringent mercury emission standards, such as Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS), while reducing the cost of activated carbon injection (ACI) solutions.

    By Cormetech, Inc. based in Durham, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Oxidized Mercury Emissions Technology Product line

  • FGD Systems

    IAC has several technologies available for reducing sulfur oxides, mercury, and hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acids in stack emissions, but our preferred approach for industrial plants and applications is dry sorbent injection matched with a fabric filter collector (M-Pulse baghouse) to increase reaction time of the neutralizing sorbents with the ...

    By Industrial Accessories Company based in Mission, KANSAS (USA).

  • Mobile Bed Adsorber

    LUEHR mobile bed adsorbers are used for the adsorption of gaseous pollutants such as: PCDD/PCDF, heavy metals, i.a. mercury, hydrocarbon compounds, gaseous inorganic substances such as HCl, SO2, H2S, at grainy activated carbon/-coke or other coarse-grained sorbents. The excellent separation efficiency allows the reliable observance of extremely ...

    By Luehr Filter GmbH based in Stadthagen, GERMANY.

  • GenPro - Model Lighting PAR Series - Standard Flood Light Retrofit

    Ultra energy efficient, up to 90% energy-saving, Optimal heat dissipation with special-designed aluminum housing, No mercury, lead, less CO2 emission, eco-friendly to the environment, No UV, infrared output, no harmful to human body, High shock and vibration resistant with durable aluminum housing, Solid-state, fast turn on, Less heat output, no ...

    By GenPro Energy Solutions based in Piedmont, SOUTH DAKOTA (USA). from Standard Flood Light Retrofit Product line

  • Flue Gas Treatment systems

    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. Under such ...

    By Lodge Cottrell Ltd based in Halesowen, UNITED KINGDOM.

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