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Selective Catalytic Reduction
Selective Catalytic Reduction
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Selective Catalytic Reduction

Nitrogen oxides (NOx) abatement systems are necessary in applications that result in having higher levels of NOx to help reduce the pollutant, therefore diminishing the amount of SMOG and decreasing the harmful effects on the environment. Selective catalytic reduction, or SCR, is a process where a catalyst is added to nitrogen oxide (NO) gas via ammonia injection to convert it into diatomic nitrogen (N2) and water (H20). Fans are used in this process to supply air flow through the ammonia injection skid.

AirEng fans can be integrated into a system to produce a customised emissions management solution that adheres to stringent energy and environmental standards. By customising fans to the application, common problems such as bearing failure, unreliable performance, and high maintenance costs are avoided. Contact us to request a quote for selective catalytic reduction equipment.

Selective Catalytic Reduction

Nitrogen oxides (NOx) abatement systems are necessary in applications that result in having higher levels of NOx to help reduce the pollutant, therefore diminishing the amount of SMOG and decreasing the harmful effects on the environment. Selective catalytic reduction, or SCR, is a process where a catalyst is added to nitrogen oxide (NO) gas via ammonia injection to convert it into diatomic nitrogen (N2) and water (H20). Fans are used in this process to supply air flow through the ammonia injection skid.

AirEng fans can be integrated into a system to produce a customised emissions management solution that adheres to stringent energy and environmental standards. By customising fans to the application, common problems such as bearing failure, unreliable performance, and high maintenance costs are avoided. Contact us to request a quote for selective catalytic reduction equipment.

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