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flue gas treatment reagent (Flue Gas Cleaning) equipment

  • Dry Scrubber

    In dry scrubber the absorption agent (usually lime or sodium bicarbonate) is fed into the reactor as a dry powder. In the reactor, gaseous pollutants are absorbed by the agent. The dose rate of reagent may depend on the temperature as well as on reagent type. In the design of SANTES Flue Gas Treatments, generally sodium bicarbonate is used as the ...

    By Santes Incinerator based in Sincan, TURKEY. from Flue Gas Treatment Product line

  • Wet Scrubber

    Wet scrubbers are used to absorb soluble gases into water or other liquids such as solutions and to remove particulates from gas streams by contacting with water or other liquid. The flue-gas flow is fed into water, hydrogen peroxide, or/and a washing solution containing part of the reagent (e.g. sodium hydroxide solution). In order to eliminate ...

    By Santes Incinerator based in Sincan, TURKEY. from Flue Gas Treatment Product line

  • Bag Filter

    In dry sorption processes the absorption agent (activated carbon) is fed into the reactor as a dry powder. The dose rate of activated carbon may depend on the temperature as well as on reagent type and brand. The reaction products generated are solid and need to be deposited from the flue-gas as dust in a subsequent stage, normally a bag filter. ...

    By Santes Incinerator based in Sincan, TURKEY. from Flue Gas Treatment Product line

  • Model HZI - Semi Dry Scrubber

    The HZI SemiDry process employs the principle of the circulating fluidized bed for efficient removal of acid gases by adsorption with hydrated lime. Recirculation of reagent maximizes reagent use and provides excess reagent to capture contaminat peaks. In addition, activated carbon or coke can be injected for removal of volatile organics and ...

    By Hitachi Zosen Inova AG based in Zurich, SWITZERLAND. from Flue Gas Treatment Product line

  • Model HZI - Wet Scrubber

    Wet scrubbing is the most effective method for removing acid gases from even heavily burdened flue gases and achieving lowest emission levels. It also assures excellent removal of fine particulates and aerosols. Consumable usage rates and residue quantities are minimised. The contaminants are captured by providing intensive contact between the ...

    By Hitachi Zosen Inova AG based in Zurich, SWITZERLAND. from Flue Gas Treatment Product line

  • Xerosorp+ - Scrubber

    The Xerosorp+ Process Combines the Advantages of the Dry Scrubbing Process and Low Temperature SCR-DeNOx System. The Xerosorp+ process is the optimized combination of the Xerosorp and the low temperature SCR-DeNOx processes. If highest removal efficiencies are required for ash, acid gas and NOx, the Xerosorp+ process is the solution with lowest ...

    By Hitachi Zosen Inova AG based in Zurich, SWITZERLAND. from Flue Gas Treatment Product line

  • GEM Matthews - Flue Gas Cleaning and Mercury Reduction Systems

    Our Company is the only one on the European market able to propose two alternative solutions for flue gas cleaning systems, based on the 'best available technology' (B.A.T.), both capable of ensuring compliance with the most restrictive European and international standards, user needs in terms of available space, type of use, and reference ...

    By GEM Matthews International Srl based in Udine, ITALY. from Biomass & Fume Treatment Product line

  • Xerosorp - Dry Scrubber

    The Xerosorp process removes acidic gases by adsorption with sodium bicarbonate. Due to the very high reactivity of sodium bicarbonate, only little overdosing is required which minimizes reagent consumption and residue generation. In addition, activated carbon or coke can be injected for removal of volatile organics and metals. The process is ...

    By Hitachi Zosen Inova AG based in Zurich, SWITZERLAND. from Flue Gas Treatment Product line

  • Mel Wet Systems

    In the MEL process, lime reagent, containing calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2) and magnesium hydroxide (Mg(OH)2), is used to react with the SO2.  As with the LSFO process, the hydroxide slurry is added to the recycle tank to replenish reagent consumed under pH control of 6 to 7.

    By Carmeuse Lime based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA). from Quicklime-Flue Gas Treatment Product line

  • Dry Scrubbing Systems

    Spray Dryer Absorption (SDA) is a dry scrubbing process that is generally used for low-sulfur coal. SDA FGD systems are typically located after the air preheaters, and the waste products are collected either in a baghouse or electrostatic precipitator. However, to achieve sulfur dioxide (SO2) reduction above 80% with good reagent use, the dry ...

    By Carmeuse Lime based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA). from Quicklime-Flue Gas Treatment Product line

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