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!
In this webinar, Brian Helner and Dan Johnson from CORMETECH, will discuss the design and feasibility of upgrading to an ultra-high performing SCR System and a strategic approach to meeting stringent emission requirements in a cost-effective manner.

Specific topics will include:

  • Regulatory emission limits and impacts on your power plant
  • What are ultra-high performing SCR Systems?
  • Catalyst configuration options to improve SCR performance
    • Where to make system improvements – Getting the most for your money
    • Meeting multi-pollutant emissions requirements with a single catalyst layer
  • Understanding the key to NH3/NOx distribution sensitivities
    • Flow variability at AIG
    • Turbine and Duct Burner NOx variability
    • NH3 variability
  • Case Studies on Solutions to High Performance Issues
Attendees can ask questions during the Q&A session of the webinar.  
Register today to secure your spot in this free webinar! 
Who Should Attend:  
  • Plant O&M
  • Corporate Planning and Engineering
  • Plant Managers
  • Asset Managers
  • EPC and A&E Companies
  • HRSG & Gas Turbine OEMs    
Presenters
Brian Helner | Sr. Business Development Manager | CORMETECH Inc.

Brian has 19 years of experience designing and managing SCR catalyst for its customers in combustion turbine, refining, petrochemical and specialty markets world-wide. Brian has been involved in numerous product technology and process improvements at CORMETECH. Prior to joining CORMETECH, Brian previously spent 10 years in the petroleum refining industry managing various aspects of environmental compliance and permitting and 3 years in precious metals refining. Brian earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Rutgers University.

Dan Johnson, P.E. | Director of Business Development, Gas | CORMETECH Inc.
Dan manages the business development team for natural gas at CORMETECH, Inc., which includes oversight of customer relations and market approaches for assisting customers with implementing successful SCR technologies. Prior to focusing primarily on catalyst applications Dan led various projects to design, construct and commission SCR systems. In addition, Dan worked in both the Power Generation and Power Transmission sector before transitioning to the environmental field. Dan earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University and is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of North Carolina.

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