CATALYST FOR THE REMOVAL OF NITROGEN OXIDES (NOX) FROM INDUSTRIAL OFF-GASES AT LOW TO MEDIUM TEMPERATURES
Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) is a robust and cost effective technology for reduction of nitrogen oxides (NOx) from industrial off-gases at low to medium temperatures. NOx consists primarily of nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2).
The largest output of NOx emissions from non-automotive sources emanate from coal fired boilers, especially those in power generation. Petrochemical processes also produce large amounts of NOx, originating from utility boilers, cogeneration units, process heaters, steam methane reformers, ethylene cracking furnaces and fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) regeneration units. NOx contributes to the formation of smog, ground level ozone, acid rain, and other hazards.
- High selectivity: significantly decreases NOx levels
- Well suited to a multitude of chemical and industrial applications
- Available in module designs of varying lengths and cell densities
- Easily installed; can be configured to the plant's individual dimensions
|Product composition||Vanadium-modified Tungsten-Molybdenum-Titanium composite|
Block Size: 150 x 150 x 150-1300 mm
Available Cell Pitch: 3.2-11.3 mm
|Shape||Extruded honeycomb structured block|
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