NOx Reduction (NOX)
NOx is considered a harmful greenhouse gas and substantial releases into the atmosphere are prohibited. The abatement system is configured with a NOx reducing catalyst and an ammonia injection system. The catalytic reaction of the ammonia across the Selective Catalytic Reducer (SCR) reduces the emission of NOx by converting it into basic atmosphere elements (nitrogen, oxygen, and water). The catalyst comes in varying arrangements depending on the application.
The ammonia injection system allows ammonia to be introduced to the process to combine with the process NOx and reduce the amount of NOx emitted from the system. An Ammonia Flow Control Unit (AFCU) and Ammonia Injection Grid (AIG) provide a controlled supply of anhydrous ammonia as dictated by a NOx and Ammonia (NH3) analyzer system.