Drytech Engineering

Reducing in SOx and NOx Services


Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) and Sulfur Oxides (SOx) are formed during the combustion process. NOx can contribute to smog, ground level ozone, acid rain and greenhouse gas emissions. SOx – mainly sulfur dioxide – is produced from the combustion of elemental sulfur and can lead to acid rain and acidic aerosols.

Technologies are available to minimize SOx emissions by removing the gas from the waste stream or by using advanced power generation methods. Emissions can be reduced by over 90%.

NOx emissions can be cut by the use of specialized burners, advanced combustion methods, catalysts and 'selective non-catalytic reduction'. Over 90% of NOx emissions can be removed using existing techniques.

Drytech will work with you on the best available technology to implement meaningful reductions in these emissions.

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