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According to the local emission regulation particles or gaseous pollutants have to be removed from the flue gas.
According to the local emission regulations particles or gaseous pollutants have to be removed from the flue gas.
In a catalytic process nitrogen oxides or organic pollutants are transferred into harmless components like water vapour, nitrogen and carbon dioxide. Especially coated ceramic elements in honeycomb, plates or carrier material are used as catalyst.
Organic carbons, CO and odour are converted in thermal oxidisers to CO2 and H2O.
By using the adsorption process pollutants like heavy metals, dioxins and other organic and inorganic components can be removed.
The technology of dry electrostatic precipitators has been used for more than 70 years for an effective dry dust removal. Michaelis uses the operational experiences in the industrial field and offers ESP systems with gas flow capacities from 1000 Nm3/h upwards.
Wet electrostatic precipitators have been used for many decades for the effective separation of micro-particles and aerosols. Michaelis uses long term operational experiences in the industrial field and offers wet ESP systems with gas flow capacities from 500 Nm3/h upwards. Wet electrostatic precipitators are operated in water-saturated areas, i. e. after quenchers or scrubbers. The high moisture content of the flue gas increases the...