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Selecting the right SCR system

29 June 2020, Published under Cement News

Heavy dust loads and high temperatures are two of the most-challenging factors for DeNO x systems in the cement industry. In this article thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions with its CemCat brand for SCR systems, explains the success story of its specialised high-dust SCR system to reduce operating costs and the risk of kiln stoppage. By thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (China) Co Ltd, China. Figure 1: for more than 14 years, CemCat has built high-dust SCR plants worldwide to help ...

Lowering the temperature

14 October 2019, Published under Cement News

Clinker production is a high-temperature combustion process that generates nitrogen oxides (NO x ), one of the most significant kiln emissions. To reduce these emissions, selective catalytic reduction (SCR) has been widely acknowledged as the best available technology. By Area Impianti SpA, Italy. The use of selective catalytic reduction helps reduce NO x emissions from cement production Among the NO x reduction techniques, selective catalytic reduction (SCR) is the best av...

Van Aalst partners Scania in cement carrier project

11 October 2018, Published under Cement News

Van Aaslt has contributed in the development in the first Tier III Scania self-discharging cement carrier called 'NACC Alicudi'. The 120m vessel operates Scania IMO tier III diesel engines with a unique pneumatic conveying system for loading and unloading cement, fly ash and granulated slag. The vessel had to fit the Scania Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system in the engine room deckhouse, which was smaller as the previous non-SCR equipped engine room deckhouse. This resulted into l...

Semi-dust SCR at Mannersdorf

28 September 2015, Published under Cement News

The 1.1Mta Lafarge Mannersdorf works in Austria is the country’s largest cement plant and a pioneer of environmental protection within the European cement industry. As part of these endevours, the world’s first semi-dust catalytic reduction (SCR) system was installed at the plant in spring 2012 by Scheuch of Austria. Over the past three years, the existing system has been gradually optimised and guarantees reliable compliance with NOx and NH3 emissions. By Scheuch, Austria. The semi-d...