Webinar: Making Air Pollution Control Profitable
Sponsored by: Dürr Systems, Inc.
Date: 9 February
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
Today, coal fired boilers have to deal with a multitude of regulations controlling their emissions to the environment. At the same time, they are challenged by alternative fuels and production technologies with an emphasis on potential savings in CO₂ emissions. This creates a difficult environment for deciding whether or not to invest further in emission reduction technology, which typically suffers from the prejudgement of being capital expenditure intensive while also increasing operational expenditures.
This presentation will address intelligent integration of different process steps into a synergistic solution, targeted for control of both NOx, SO₂ and PM. Additionally, the presented solution shows ways to increase boiler heat rate through exploitation of the latent heat of vaporization, thereby reducing fuel consumption and subsequent CO₂ emissions. Side stream integration allows for performance and consumption improvement of existing equipment, while tailoring the solution for site specific conditions without putting production at risk.
Join this webinar to become acquainted with a technology that helps operators address greenhouse gas emissions in a cost effective way, whilst offering a return on investment; an important step towards useful lifetime extension of existing coal fired boilers.
Senior Manager of Business Development
Martin Schroter holds both a master’s degree and PhD in chemical engineering from the Technical University of Clausthal in Germany, where he began his professional career in the chemical industry. For the following 15 years, he was an environmental catalyst product specialist in the power industry throughout Europe and the United States. Today Martin is developing products and business opportunities for Dürr Systems, Inc. out of Plymouth, Michigan.
Key Learning Objectives
- Cost optimization of air pollution control equipment through synergistic solutions
- Increase of boiler heat rate and subsequent reduction of CO₂ emission
- Optimization of performance and consumption figures of existing equipment
- Expected ROI and connected useful lifetime extension
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