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  • World`s First SCR NOx Removal System Installed on Coal Bulker Built by Oshima Shipbuilding

    Aiming to Meet the IMO's Tier III NOx Emission Controls Tokyo, June 22, 2011 - (JCN Newswire) - Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha, Oshima Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Akasaka Diesels Limited, and Sakai Chemical Industry Co., Ltd are to begin shipboard tests of selective catalytic reduction (SCR) nitrogen oxide (NOx) removal equipment installed on NYK Line's new bulk coal ...

  • AirProtekt removes NOx and HCN contaminants at Scottish carbon fibre plant

    AirProtekt, the UK’s Air Pollution Control specialists, has installed and commissioned a combined Regenerative Thermal Oxidation (RTO) system and a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system to remove oxides of nitrogen and other gaseous contaminants, such as hydrogen cyanide (HCN), from SGL Carbon Fibers’  manufacturing facility in Muir of Ord, in the north of Scotland.   SGL Carbon ...


    By AirProtekt Limited

  • China Will Help Drive The NOx Control Market To $5 Billion/year

    By 2011 the worldwide sales of NOx Control systems and catalyst will exceed $5 billion/yr.  The sales of selective catalytic reduction systems will rise and fall year to year and country to country, whereas the catalyst sales will steadily increase.  These are the latest forecasts in the McIlvaine report, NOx Control: World Markets. The largest single market for NOx control is ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Argillon Americas is providing a SINOx® Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR) System at the Port of Long Beach, California for a Very Unique Application

    The SINOx® SCR system will abate emissions of Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) from Mitsubishi cargo ships loading and unloading bulk material at the Port of Long Beach, California. The SINOx® System will remove harmful emissions from the auxiliary diesel engines that are producing electric power while at berth. These cargo ships generate emissions while entering and exiting the port, and the SINOx® SCR ...


  • NOx Catalyst and Reagent Market Grows Nicely while Equipment Slumps

    The sales of reagent for stationary NOx control in 2017 will exceed $3 billion. This does not include sales of AdBlue for mobile NOx control which are growing rapidly. The SCR catalyst market will also be down to just under $1.6 billion from a peak two years ago of $1.8 billion. The reason is that there was a surge of orders for new SCR in China which peaked in 2014. It is 3-5 ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Chinese power plants emit as much NOX as all the passenger cars in the world

    China has spent more on equipment to reduce NOx from power plants in the last two years than any other country, but it has a long way to go. The installed capacity of deNOx systems at the end of 2010 was 58,000 MW. This means that about 10 percent of the total coal-fired capacity of 600,000 MW is fitted with deNOx equipment. By contrast, two-thirds of the capacity is fitted with ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Hitachi Power Systems America, Ltd. Awarded Contract with Xcel Energy for SCR Systems

    Hitachi Power Systems America, Ltd. (HPSA), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi America, Ltd., today announced that it has been awarded a contract for the design and supply of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Systems including Hitachi’s proprietary catalyst with Xcel Energy for its Hayden Station, Units 1 & 2, located in Routt County in Hayden, Colorado. Terms were not disclosed. ...


    By Xcel Energy

  • Mercury Removal Markets And Technology Progressing In Zig Zag Fashion

    Tremendous progress has been made in promulgating regulations and developing technology to remove mercury from coal-fired boiler exhausts, but all the questions are far from answered. This is the conclusion of the McIlvaine Company in Power Plant Air Quality Decisions and the component Mercury Decision Tree. Both suppliers and purchasers are dealing with a number of remaining uncertainties not ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • New generation diesel cars are likely to exceed emissions standards on the road

    More Europeans are driving diesel cars, with important implications for vehicle emissions. A new study suggests that diesel cars may emit nitrogen oxides (NOx) at levels far higher than emissions standards, even when considering the newest generation of diesel cars. Part of the problem is that tests of vehicle emissions in the laboratory do not accurately reflect on-road emissions. Owing ...

  • China continues to invest in new coal-fired power plants and air pollution control

    China has had more coal-fired capacity than the U.S. for some time. It has also had more electrostatic precipitators. Now it has surpassed any country in terms of flue gas desulfurization (FGD) systems. In the not too distant future, it will become the number one operator of SCR systems for NOx Control. The McIlvaine Company tracks each Chinese power project and also the retrofits of air ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Vogt Power International selects Johnson Matthey Oxidation Catalyst for gas turbine

    Johnson Matthey’s Stationary Emissions Control (SEC) Division announced that it will supply oxidation catalyst to Vogt Power International Inc. (VPI), a subsidiary of Babcock Power Inc., to control emissions from a combustion turbine installed at the Orlando Utilities Commission Curtis H. Stanton Energy Center at Orlando, FL. The project is a joint venture of Orlando Utilities and Southern Power, ...

  • Reaching Euro VI emissions limits

    The requirements of low and lowest detectable exhaust analysis has prompted Eco Physics to launch a broad range of analyzers for NO/NOx detection. Emissions tuning is one of the targets of the EURO VI regulations as well as US EPA 2010, which are: Reduction of Particulate Matter (PM) and reduction of Nitrogen Oxides (NOx). In the past 15 years – since the first European regulation for exhaust ...


    By ECO PHYSICS INC.

  • $26 billion market for mobile and stationary catalytic and thermal treatment

    In 2013 just under $26 billion will be spent to remove carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds and particulate carbon from stationary and mobile sources. Ninety-two percent of the market purchases will be for mobile sources. This is the conclusion reached in Thermal/Catalytic World Air Pollution Markets published by the McIlvaine Company. ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • World Precipitator Market Will Grow Thanks to Asia and SO3

    Untitled Document Over the last two years, China has embarked on construction of more than 100 new coal-fired power plants. These plants ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Fluor to Provide Environmental Services Upgrades for PNM San Juan Generating Station in New Mexico

    Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) announced today that it was awarded an early-phase engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract by PNM to provide environmental services upgrades for four power units at the San Juan Generating Station in New Mexico. Fluor will book the undisclosed first phase value of this project into backlog in the fourth quarter of 2012. Fluor expects to begin the ...


    By Fluor Corporation

  • Rapid Changes in the DeNOx Market

    The market to reduce NOx from stationary and mobile sources is changing rapidly due to two factors: regulations and innovations. More stringent regulations in one country have a cascade effect resulting in increased stringency in many countries. Innovations in one industry eventually lead to incorporation in other industries but the pace at which this occurs is too slow. ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Cement industry will spend $3.5 billion for air pollution control in 2010

    With China leading the way, the cement industry will invest more than $3.5 billion for air pollution control systems in 2010.  Nearly 50 percent of this investment will be for fabric filters. These are the latest forecasts from the McIlvaine Company reports: World Fabric Filter and Element Markets, Scrubber/Adsorber/Biofilter World Markets, NOx Control World Markets and Electrostatic Precipitator ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Repeat order for proven Wärtsilä emissions control products

    Wärtsilä Corporation, Press release, 25 January 2013 at 8 am EET  Wärtsilä chosen to fit Exhaust Gas Cleaning system and Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. Wärtsilä, the marine industry's leading ...


  • Kavlico provides “green” pressure sensing options for emissions control

    Kavlico, a global business unit of Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST,) is currently working with transportation industry OEMs to reduce and manage vehicle emissions. Kavlico is committed to creating a healthier environment not only for this generation, but also for those to come. This undertaking is being accomplished while improving overall engine performance and efficiency without ...


    By InnoVista Sensors

  • 650,000 MW Of Chinese Coal-fired Boilers In Operation Or Under Development

    The total capacity of Chinese fossil-fired power plants in operation or under construction as displayed in the new McIlvaine Chinese Utility Plans database is 699,700 MW.  The database displays data on 1255 plants (or multiple units) comprising more than 2500 individual boilers.  Coal accounts for 646,000 MW, gas 8,100 MW, and oil 2,145 MW.  The fuel is unknown or undecided for ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

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