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Flue gas condensation is historically Radscan's strongest business with more than 50 unique projects in the reference list. The basis of the technology is a wet fuel (typically biomass or waste) and a low grade heat recipient (typically district heating). In conventional plants the moisture in the fuel is vaporized prior to combustion of the fuel, which is an energy loss.
Flue gas condensate was traditionally treated with flocculation, precipitation and sand & carbon filter. We did so until 2006 when the last traditional purification plant was installed. Since then we used membrane technology which provides several significant advantages in terms of energy and chemical savings.
Combining flue gas condensation with flue gas cleaning seems to be a natural choice. The treatment method is chosen depending on the process and cleaning requirements, but also in consultation with the customer. The cleaning is usually done with scrubbers or fabric filters with activated carbon and lime dosing. Our proprietary Intervex process is unique in its kind and it is designed for desulphurisation with limestone as sorbent. The technology has...