Pain point in exhaust gas control of gas turbine
● Due to less dust and sulfur contents but high moisture content in flue gas, its start and stop lead to a large change in temperature and NOX concentration.
● The gas flow velocity is unstable and the ammonia water and gas are unevenly mixed, resulting in low denitrification efficiency.
● Due to the unreasonable setting of monitoring points in the monitoring system, NOX is dripped from the inlet, outlet and main exhaust of the reactor, resulting in excessive ammonia injection and premature failure of the catalyst.
Core technology advantages
● With rich experience in catalyst research and development and production, AIREP can provide customers with specific technical solutions, and can provide corresponding catalyst products applicable to the temperature from 180-600°C within 30 days to meet different needs.
● Patented mixing technology can ensure a fully uniform mixing of ammonia and flue gas and realize zero emission of NOx.
● Precise metering injection technology can realize closed-loop or open-loop control, adapt to the drastic load change and concentration change of the unit, and ensure stable emissions. Patented catalyst packaging technology can ensure a complete seal without air leakage when the back pressure exceeds 5 Kpa, so as to achieve zero emission.
● AIREP takes the lead in adopting the Internet of Things technology in the industry to realize wireless remote transmission and remote monitoring of the equipment operation status through mobile phones, computers or other terminals with Internet access, helping customers find problems in advance and solve them in time.
● With the professional technical team, CFD and ANSYS modeling ability, AIREP can provide customers with professional numerical simulation services to ensure high engineering efficiency.