Fluence has decades of experience providing sustainable treatment solutions for power industry process water and effluent. Industrialization and population growth are spurring the demand for power around the world, putting pressure on fuel and water resources. At the same time, power producers face strict pollution and air-quality controls.
Boilers and cooling towers share two major water related problems: deposits and corrosion. As steam is generated by a boiler or water evaporating from a cooling tower, dissolved minerals are left behind, increasing the concentration of these minerals. Additional minerals are introduced via the water added to makeup the water lost to steam/evaporation. Eventually, the minerals reach a level (or cycle) of concentration that will cause either loss of efficiency due to scale or damage from corrosion. This level can...
Serving the Power Industry for over 25 years. Rush deliveries for outages & emergencies. Wide variety of products designed specifically for Power Plant Applications including: Superheater & Waterwall Tubes, Drum Surface, Flue Gases, Steam/Water Lines, Motors, Generators, Boiler Feed Pumps, Air Pre-Heater, Coal Pulverizer and Turbine Performance.
We offer a complete line of solutions as follow: Desalination by reverse osmosis, brackish water reverse osmosis, multimedia filters, feed pump & feed pump skids, EDI, pre & post treatment options, membranes, softners, services & maintenance.
Given the difficulties in achieving results by increasing revenues, companies are turning more and more to cutting costs. Reducing energy consumption has become the target for many companies. In sectors as the cement, particleboard manufacturing, inceneration,among others, energy is demanded mostly in the form of heat. Most companies are retrofitting their boilers and thermal oil heaters to run with biomass, instead of oil or coal, to reduce costs and become more eco-friendly. Still too, much of the generated...
In calcination processes, solid intermediates and products are regularly handled in the fine powder form (ex: kaolin or metakaulin). There is a need to separate these very fine powders from the exhaust streams of calciners, fluid bed dryers or incinerators, often at critical temperature conditions. For PM emission control at very high temperature ( >600 ºC), traditional bag filters following temperature exchangers or scrubbers are used as end stage dedusters.
Today’s power industry is already subject to strict official regulations. These rules will only become more stringent in the future. As a result, environmentally friendly, cost-effective solutions that ensure plant and operational safety are in high demand.
The TD-4100 utilizes a non-fouling, non-contact flow cell which requires little to no maintenance, and uses fluorescence technology to accurately detect oil in water from low ppb to high ppm. For this application, the TD-4100 monitors oil in water at 1 to 5 ppm and signals an operator with an alarm when the concentration exceeds the high alarm relay set-point.
Application: 8 rectangular concrete channels, partially operating parallel. Dimensions between 2.0 x 2.0 m and 3.0 x 2.0 m (w x h). Permanently full filled at measurement spot. Surface water taken from large river. Control slide gates downstream.
Power plants play a vital role. We help minimize downtime while delivering safety and productivity. Whether your power plant serves the needs of ordinary homes, hospitals or factory production lines - the world needs reliable and safe power, and you need profitability. At Endress+Hauser, we bring precision and safety to power plants all over the world.
Wet scrubber sludges are dewatered and washed with K-S Rotary Drum Vacuum Filters and K-S Horizontal Vacuum Filters to produce dry filter cake and marketable by-product gypsum. Continuous operation, minimal operator attention, and low maintenance cost make vacuum filtration an ideal choice.
The K-S Rotary Atomizer produces optimum reagent (lime slurry) droplet size in dry (semi-dry) scrubbers used for acidic flue gas neutralization. The K-S direct drive design provides the reliability needed in this critical...
OPSIS offers fully automated system solutions for continuous monitoring in power plants. The monitoring systems have been tested and approved by the German TÜV and the U.S. EPA among others, for the best performance and longest calibration interval.
RDF is a fuel that is normally produced from waste with high calorific value. The original waste comes from households, industry and commerce and is processed for energy extraction; it is meant for co-incineration plants and replaces standard fuels (e.g. coal) in production plants for cement, power plants or other co-incineration plants.
Boiler combustion control, O2 and CO
DeNOx system, NH3 and NO
Electrostatic precipitators (ESP), CO monitoring for explosion prevention
Stack gas emissions, NH3, H2O, NO
Coal silos, CO monitoring for explosion prevention and detection of smouldering fires (only in coal fired plants)
Stack gas emission
Coal silo, explosion prevention
Fossil fuel or solar-thermal power plants require clean water for their operation. Water used may contain several impurities such as calcium, magnesium or silica which can cause damages to turbines or heat exchangers. For this reason, water must be treated by ionic exchange or mechanical filtration. Also, the appropriate wastewater treatment for its reuse through sand filters in order to contribute to a sustainable water use is of vital importance.
Control of ship diesel engine emissions to meet MARPOL requirements for particulate ash and soot, sulfur dioxide and NOx. Special compact inline stack mounted space saving designs. Both open loop arrangements using sea water or closed loop using a range of chemical solutions. Complete system offerings.
Conditioning of Ash and DustNo matter where ash and dust accumulate, AVA continuous or batch mixers can condition them to a transportable final product for disposal or recycling. The applications range from power plant ash derived from lignite, hard coal, biomass, or waste incineration power plants to filter dusts from steelworks and coking plants through to special applications such as hot or reactive ashes from various processes, such as shale oil production.