Press Release Summary:
Model 130-PC indicates flow of ammonia-air mixture in selective catalytic reduction systems. It also monitors ammonia filter prior to injection into vaporizer. Applications include simple cycle gas turbine facilities, combined gas turbine/steam turbine facilities, and conventional fossil fuel fired plants.
Original Press Release:
Mid-West Instrument's Model 130-PC Monitors Ammonia-Air Mixture in Selective Catalytic Reduction Systems (SCR)
To meet the NOx emissions regulations ot the Clean Air Act,
energy companies have made large investments to reduce NOx
emissions in energy processing. These energy processes include
simple cycle gas turbine facilities, combined gas turbine/steam
turbine facilities, and conventional fossil fuel fired plants.
Aqueous or anhydrous ammonia is pumped from a tank and sprayed into a vaporizer where it is heated and mixed with air. An
injection grid distributes the mixture into the flue gas stream. The amount of ammonia is adjusted to produce the desired degree of reaction with the NOx. Mid-West Instrument's model 130-PC is
used to indicate the flow of the ammonia-air mixture throughout
the distribution manifold system. The Model 130 PC is also used
to monitor an ammonia filter prior to injection into the vaporizer.
The ruggedly built model 130 PC is being used in the above energy processing applications throughout the US.
Contact: Mid-West Instrument, 6500 Dobry Drive,
Sterling Heights, MI 48314, Ph: 586-254-6500,
Fax: 586-254-6509, Website; www.midwestinstrument.com