NOx reduction in thermal oil systems
The worldwide technical and regulatory requirements for plants are constantly increasing. Manufacturers must review and improve their proven design concepts. Operators must check the plants they operate for conformity with the laws and carry out any necessary modernizations.
In the past, the air emission limits for process heat plants with an output of 1 - 50 MW were often not clearly specified. With the 2015 Directive 2015/2193/EU (MCP Directive), which was published in 2015, Europe-wide minimum standards were laid down which had to be incorporated into national legislation by December 2017. This process is ongoing or has already been completed in all EU member states.
Sustainable, future-proof plant operation can only be ensured if the new regulations are complied with. Our experts will deal with this topic for you and give important practical tips for upcoming plans regarding implementation and investment. Here we draw on the experience we have gained during the implementation of plants - especially in parts of the USA and China - with very strict emission limits.
- Wood furnaces for generating hot gas
- Plants, units and auxiliary equipment for energy generation; other
- Plant and equipment for energy recycling
- Plants, units and auxiliary equipment for energy saving; other
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