Selective Catalytic Reduction, or SCR, is a post-?ue gas treatment that is capable of reducing NOx emissions from a wide variety of boiler systems. SCR is one of the most effective ways of reducing NOx in a ?ue gas stream, with reductions up to 95%.
SCR uses ammonia as a reducing agent, which is introduced into the ?ue gas stream. This mixture then comes in contact with a catalyst... Read more...More Product Announcements from Jiangsu Sunkaier Industrial Technology Co., LTD
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Removal of Oxides of Nitrogen – N0x can be achieved by injecting Ammonia into the air and passing the resulting mixture over a catalyst.
Selective Catalytic Reduction – SCR involves the use of a catalyst that is selective to promote the reaction of Ammonia and N0x to form Nitrogen and water. Read more...More Product Announcements from Branch Environmental Corp.
While scrubbing is obviously possible, using special chemicals or other techniques, it is a much more costly approach than a conventional scrubber. Both initial cost and operating costs are higher.
Conditions involving high temperatures or low concentrations – which limit scrubbing effectiveness – are better suited to SCR technology. Read more...More Product Announcements from Branch Environmental Corp.