Argillon LLC, USA

Argillon LLC has been awarded a contract from Mitsubishi Cement Corporation to provide a SINOx® Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR) system at the Port of Long Beach, California.

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Source: Argillon LLC, USA

Argillon LLC of Alpharetta, Georgia announced today that it has received a significant contract to provide a SINOx® SCR system that will abate emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) from Mitsubishi cargo ships that are loading/unloading bulk material at the Port of Long Beach, CA. These cargo ships produce emissions while entering and exiting the port and the SINOx® SCR system provided by Argillon will reduce some of NOx exhaust emissions by as much as 98%.

Under the terms of the contract, Argillon LLC will design, fabricate, supply and start-up the SCR. The system will include a large reactor with multi-layers of catalyst installed, urea dosing and control panels, air compressor, engineered fan, low-nox duct burner, mixing ductwork all mounted on a mobile platform.

Argillon is working closely with Geomatrix Consulting Engineers, which is an employee-owned firm of consulting engineers and scientists. The firm's capabilities include water resources, environmental engineering, chemical/process engineering, toxicology and risk assessment, air toxics sciences, geotechnical and foundation engineering, earthquake engineering, engineering geology, seismic geology, seismology and geophysics, hydrogeology, and decision analysis.

“We are extremely excited about the opportunity to provide quality air pollution control equipment and solutions to Mitsubishi Cement Corporation, said Argillon’s Randy Sadler, “and we look forward to helping our clients meet the very strict environmental air quality requirements in California.” Argillon designs, manufactures, installs and maintains pollution control equipment in power plants, generator sets, industrial manufacturing facilities, marine propulsion engines, and automotive applications. The selective catalysts reduction (SCR) systems manufactured by Argillon reduce the harmful emissions that help meet or exceed the EPA requirements.

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