Evaporative gas cooling and conditioning systems help protect your downstream equipment, enhance air pollution control performance, reduce gas volumes, and increase production capacity. Central to our systems are Turbotak atomizing nozzles, which introduce a controlled amount of finely atomized water into the hot gas stream to reduce and/or maintain gas temperature. The water evaporates, while absorbing heat from the gases, for free-flowing dust, zero liquid discharge, and minimal or no wall buildup.
Pulsair Systems is a leading supplier of efficient mixing system for Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) for over 25 years. Our mixing process is more effective and energy efficient than mechanical top-entry agitators, side-entry agitators and other types of mixers that are expensive and require more maintenance and consume more energy.
FGD (Flue Gas Desulfurization) involves the treatment of flue gas from coal fired power plants. The main goal is to remove sulfur, particulates, and other chemicals such as mercury from the flue gas prior to environmental release. Governmental regulations by the EPA put limits on the amount of impurities which can be released into the air. The use of mixers to clean and scrub the flue gas is utilized to help power companies meet permitted limits on the release of controlled substances.
KREBS Flue Gas Desulfurization Cyclones: High capacity Krebs gMAX® cyclones for reagent preparation and gypsum dewatering in FGD systems. Our Hydrocyclones and Technequip Knife Gate valves are used in Power Plants around the world.
Three Steps of CEMS:
1st Step: Gas Sampling
2nd Step: Gas conditioning and treatment
3rd Step: Measurement/Calibration
In first step, the function is to get sample gas and forward to 2nd step for treatment. During this step, it cannot block the probes and cannot result condensation of moisture. So a filter online back flushing should be equipped in this part.
The filters to be used: 1, Filter is used to ensure the stability of system and reduce the maintenance
2, Filtration Grade: usually 2 or 3 micron
Carmeuse’s reputation and recognition as a leader in the industry has grown and we have developed strong alliances and relationships with the companies in FGT processes. We offer our customers applications that utilize lime and chemical grade limestone products that provide the lowest overall cost and significant savings.
FGD is Key to Coal-Fired Power Generation: Wet Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) is a process by which coal-fired power plants remove sulphur dioxide (SO2) before emitting their flue gas into the atmosphere. The water intensive scrubbing process requires a durable treatment technology as FGD blowdown wastewaters are highly contaminanted.
For the removal of mercury emissions from flue gas streams, Calgon Carbon`s specialty PAC products are proven industry performers. These industries include: Coal-fired electric power plants, Cement, Boilers.
FRP products for Flue Gas Treatment industry(or FGD) includes scrubbers, condensers, humidifiers and stacks. Scrubbing system are responsible for controlling air pollution and fumigation functions through reducing particulates expelled from industrial systems and acid gases produced from industrial processes. All our scrubbers are constructed in FRP materials, with premium vinylester resin and anti abrasion agent or dual laminate(PVC-FRP) for the liner.
You refine the fuel, we’ll remove the odors. Oil refineries and petrochemical plants may generate large volumes of odor from the processing and refining of different fuels. Sulfides, mercaptans, and hydrocarbon compounds are all closely related to the oil industry. The odors generated from these industrial compounds are of a high nuisance value and generally create concern among local air boards and the public. Ecosorb odor removal products may be used in a variety of areas around the refinery including...
Several EU directives and national laws in European countries set requirements for continuous monitoring of flue gas emissions at power plants. Further requirements are set on the quality assurance of the installed measurement systems at the plants. The relevant standard in this regard is EN 14181:2004, the quality assurance of automated measuring systems. The standard dictates how to determine that the measurement systems installed for continuous emissions monitoring at a plant operate according to the directives...
Newland Entech Europe could reducing NOx emissions adding ozone to the flue gas before it enters the chimney. The ozone convert the NOx to N2O5, which it is high soluble in water
and is easily removed from the flue gas by a scrubber.
Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) are used to measure flue gases from stationary sources at a wide variety of regulated industrial facilities, including power plants, petroleum refineries, petrochemical plants, waste incinerators, pulp and paper producers, and many others. The types of air pollution measured from these sources vary widely based on the industry and process, and many are regulated by government agencies around the world.
For PM emission control in high temperature exhaust streams, such as fuel oil boilers, usual dedusters such as bag filters are very maintenance demanding. Particularly, diesel and fuel particulates are very sticky and clog to filter elements, unless protection reagents are used. Flue gas cooling is also needed in front of the filter when temperatures are higher than 200 ºC. On the other hand, regular cyclones and multicyclones are frequently not able to reduce emissions to present emission limits.
Coal combustion residuals (CCR) are generated during the power generation process and can include fly ash, bottom ash, boilerslag, and flue gas desulfurization (FGD) residuals. CCRs contain trace concentrations of heavy metals and therefore cannot be dumped or stored where rainwater can leach the metals. Liner systems can be used to contain the coal combustion by-products and protect them from leaching into the environment.
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is an emerging method of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of power plants. In a process called ‘scrubbing’, the carbon dioxide emissions can be absorbed into chemical solvents consisting of amines or carbonates. Scrubbing is a well-established method of carbon capture, with virtually every commercial CO2 capture plant in operation using this process. In the process, the first step is the removal of impurities from the flue gas, such as hydrocarbons and oxides of...
OPSIS non-contact monitoring solutions, based on either DOAS or TDL techniques, are very well suited for applications in the mining and smelting Industries, as the flue gas conditions often involve high temperatures and high dust concentrations.
The Opsis monitoring solution for mining and smelting applications is based on either DOAS or laser diode technique. Opsis non-contact monitoring solutions are very well suited for applications in the Mining and Smelting Industries, as the flue gas conditions often involves high temperatures and high dust concentrations. The on-line, open-path systems are used for monitoring HF, sulphur dioxide, SO3 and HCl in potrooms, in fence-line applications and in continuous emissions monitoring.