Posts Tagged ‘Selective Catalytic Reduction’

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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CORMETECH Announces the Success of its Breakthrough DustBuster™ Coal SCR Catalyst

DustBuster™ SCR catalyst has proven performance in over 11,000 MW of coal-fired power units since 2016 In making the announcement, Mike Mattes, President & CEO of CORMETECH said, “Demand continues to be strong as utilities worldwide recognize the benefits of DustBuster™ and are looking to improve their coal-fired generation SCR performance and meet new environmental emission…

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Spring Outage Season Preparations: 9 Key SCR Catalyst Recommendations

Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) represents the predominant worldwide NOx control technology used in coal & gas-fired power plants. The key to successfully operating any SCR system is the proper maintenance of the SCR catalyst system during outages. Proper outage maintenance on the SCR will help reduce the overall operational costs of the SCR which can…

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