Gas Conditioning & Cooling
When gas temperature, volume, and/or humidity are not precisely controlled, excess emissions typically result. Other complications such as downtime caused by ESp overload, reduced efficiency or damage to downstream equipment, wetting and sludge build-up can add to increased energy costs. In addition, maintaining compliance regulations is key to continued cost effective operation.
Gas cooling and conditioning applications may include:
- Cooling exhaust from a cement furnace
- Flue-gas de-sulfurization on a coal fired power plant
- NOx control on a compression ignition engine generator
- Reduction of wall wetting in an existing gas conditioning system
Typical Spray Analysis and Research Services projects for customers in these industries may include drop size, liquid distribution, and/or wind tunnel testing, along with modeling efforts to optimize the gas stream as well as the spray.