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Supercharge your Natural Gas SCR – Strategic Solutions for Ultra-High Performing SCR’s

Tightening emission requirements for NOx removal and lower ammonia slip targets are challenging power plants to maximize the performance from their SCR systems. To meet this need, CORMETECH has developed new catalyst technologies designed to increase emissions capture, optimize ammonia usage, minimize slip and improve turbine efficiency throughout the required load range. Now Available On-Demand!…

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Innovative Catalyst Design Overcomes High Dust SCR Challenges

Ash accumulation during coal power generation, especially in “high dust” environments in the flue gas, can lead to erosion and plugging of the SCR catalyst with subsequent ash build-up atop the catalyst layers. Coal-fired power plants globally utilize a range of opportunity fuels to produce the lowest cost power. These coals have varying levels of…

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Optimizing CO and VOC Oxidation for Gas Turbine Power Generation

Combined cycle and simple cycle gas turbine power plants continue to expand in number as natural gas now exceeds coal as the predominant fossil fuel for U.S electricity production. The plants also face increasing demands such as wider load flexibility, enhanced operational efficiency and lowering maintenance costs while assuring environmental compliance.  In many cases, gas…

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Expanding Load Flexibility with SCR Innovation

As the commissioning and planning of renewable energy sites increases every year, the operation needs of stationary gas turbines are changing. Daily cycling of these turbines in both simple cycle and combined cycle modes present challenges from dispatch, to operations and maintenance for each site. The Duck Curve, which is a reality for many sites…

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How to Manage Your SCR Catalyst Effectively

Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) represents the predominant worldwide NOx control technology used in coal & gas-fired power plants, petroleum refineries, and diesel engines.  The key to successfully operating any SCR system is the proper management of the SCR catalyst. Proper implementation of an SCR catalyst management plan can ensure that the SCR systems maintain high efficiency with…

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Advances in SCR Catalyst Technology to Optimize Emissions Control

Applications: Boilers, Turbines, HRSG, Stationary Diesel, Marine, Refinery and Chemical Processing Whether solid, liquid, or gaseous fuels, optimizing SCR catalyst design is a key to high performing and beneficial emission control systems. For natural gas-fired applications, utilizing advanced catalyst and module designs are able to deliver increased catalytic multi-pollutant potential, reduced pressure losses, and reduced…

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Benefits of Multi-Pollutant Gas-Fired SCR Applications

The ability to improve turbine efficiency while reducing ammonia usage, expanding operating load range, and lowering maintenance costs are hallmarks of a well-designed SCR system. Advanced catalyst and module designs are able to deliver increased catalytic potential, reduced pressure losses, and reduced maintenance needs. The additional catalyst potential can be leveraged for higher NOx reduction,…

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Solution For High Dust SCR Applications

The process of utilizing coal as a fuel source to generate electricity produces residual ash.  Depending upon the type of coal, this ash can be beneficial as an additional revenue stream for use as a supplemental material in concrete or gypsum panel products.  However, the fly ash can also be a detriment to downstream air…

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Laboratory SCR Catalyst Management Testing Procedures and Reporting

Current market trends and regulations are dictating energy production where SCR catalyst are being challenged to operate with flexibility, at lower temperatures / lower loads, and having the ability to operate at utmost efficiency in order to reduce NOx emissions. Operational strategies are part of an experienced SCR Catalyst Management Plan supplemented by testing and reporting on the…

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Optimizing SCR Catalysts to Strategically Accommodate Low Load & Load Cycling

SCR systems today are being challenged to operate with more flexibility and at much lower temperature ranges for the reduction of NOx emissions due to low load operational strategies. Renewable energy  assets are taking priority in many areas creating a dynamic whereby coal and gas fired plants are not operating as the base load and…

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