NOx reduction Videos

  • NOx reduction with SCR (selective catalytic reduction) bypass system from SICK | SICK AG Video

    Product information: http://www.sick.com/group/EN/home/products/product_portfolio/analysis_and_process_measurement/Pages/gas_analyzers.aspx Efficient flue gas cleaning is used in modern power stations. A secondary method used to reduce NOx is the SCR (selective catalytic reduction) that uses NH3 for conversion of NOx to nitrogen and water. Even with high dust concentrations, high temperatures, ...


    By Sick Automation

  • Nauticlean - Exhaust Gas Purification System Video

    Nauticlean is an exhaust gas purification system which is developed and manufactured by Hug Engineering AG, Switzerland. The animation shows a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) and Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system for reducing PM and NOx emissions of diesel engines on ships and yacht. ...


    By Hug Filtersystems

  • Nauticlean - Exhaust Gas Purification System Video

    Nauticlean is an exhaust gas purification system which is developed and manufactured by Hug Engineering AG, Switzerland. The animation shows a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) and Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system for reducing PM and NOx emissions of diesel engines on ships and yacht. ...


    By Hug Engineering AG

  • IPCO Power Vapour Recovery RVRS (Tank Loading/Discharging) Video

    Air emissions that occur during the loading, discharging and storage of petrochemical liquids are called 'Volatile Organic Compounds' (VOC). Some of the VOC emissions from petrochemical are classified as toxic, carcinogenic or teratogenic. These emissions represent a significant contribution to air pollution especially in and around urban areas. Throughout the world legislative authorities are ...


    By IPCO Power B.V.

  • IPCO Power Vapour Recovery RVRS (Closed Loop Tank Degassing) Video

    PURGIT Refrigerated Vapour Recovery System (RVRS) Air emissions that occur during the loading, discharging and storage of petrochemical liquids are called 'Volatile Organic Compounds' (VOC). Some of the VOC emissions from petrochemical are classified as toxic, carcinogenic or teratogenic. These emissions represent a significant contribution to air pollution especially in and around urban areas. ...


    By IPCO Power B.V.

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