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Novacon Energy Systems at: http://novaconenergysystems.com has developed a process for reducing the air pollutants produced by the burning of coal, waste materials, petroleum and other fuels used in power plants, industrial boilers and many other commercial applications.
The process reduces the production of Sulfur Dioxide, Oxidized Mercury, Sulfur Trioxide, and Unburned Carbon released to the atmosphere.
It can also assist in improving combustion efficiency and the plant’s production capacity, adding to overall plant profits.
The Novacon TAMs process involves the introduction of a unique Calcium-based sorbent directly into the combustion zone of the furnace through simple pneumatic injectors.
Novacon Energy Systems development of the use of our patented TAMs sorbent demonstrates to the industry our ability to revolutionize in-furnace sorbent technology. The uniqueness of the process lies in its ability to reduce emissions to a higher degree at lower cost than other technologies now in use.
TAMs are capable of being used at very high combustion temperatures without sintering or losing efficiency and therefore can be used in a wide variety of combustion systems operating at temperatures from 1,600f to 2,600f. It is scalable for use in any size or type furnace, including Circulating Fluidized Bed, Pulverized Coal, Stoker Grate, Rotary Kilns, and industrial process combustors.
We are capable of reducing Sulfur Dioxide by over Ninety Five percent in CFBs at very low Calcium to Sulfur ratios, while simultaneously reducing carbon in ash by at least 30% and oxidized Mercury by over 75%.
We can reduce Sulfur Dioxide by 70 to 80 percent in PCBs at a Ca/S ratio of 2. Higher reductions may be attained, by simply feeding more sorbent to the boiler.
Low Capital, operating, maintenance, and labor costs, equals higher profits.
The Novacon TAMs Multi-Pollutant Control System provides that elusive combination of high performance, low cost, and flexibility that the industry has sought for decades.
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