Ash accumulation during coal power generation, especially in “high dust” environments in the flue gas, can lead to erosion and plugging of the SCR catalyst with subsequent ash build-up atop the catalyst layers. Coal-fired power plants globally utilize a range of opportunity fuels to produce the lowest cost power. These coals have varying levels of ash, which can be a detriment to a power plant’s downstream air pollution control equipment, specifically SCR catalysts used to reduce NOx emissions.
CORMETECH, Inc., the world’s leading SCR catalyst manufacturer, has brought its years of experience in SCR catalyst development to offer an innovative solution that surpasses currently available catalyst technologies. The unique CORMETECH DUSTBUSTER™ SCR catalyst consists of optimized channel geometries that facilitate the flow of ash-laden flue gas through catalytic surfaces without compromising on the DeNOx and SO2 performance, product reliability, and catalyst life cycle benefits of Honeycomb platforms. Furthermore, the uniform, large hydraulic diameter rectangular openings deliver optimized aspect ratios to prevent dust build up and catalyst pluggage inside the SCR reactor.
Some of DUSTBUSTER™’s unique features are:
In this informative webinar, Philip Elliott, Vice President for CORMETECH, will discuss CORMETECH’s DUSTBUSTER™ high dust SCR catalyst technology.
Topics presented will include:
This webinar can help you make informed decisions about flexible strategies for maintaining an effective and efficient SCR catalyst under high dust applications as well as having lower maintenance costs.
Attendees are encouraged to ask questions which will be covered during the Q&A session of the webinar.
Philip Elliott | Vice President | CORMETECH Inc.
Mr. Elliott’s responsibilities at CORMETECH include the oversight of the coal and regeneration sales and customer relationship teams as well as marketing for the company.
Mr. Elliott has been in the environmental field since 1999. His experience prior to joining CORMETECH included responsibility for the management and installation of flue gas desulphurization (FGD) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems for Progress Energy. Mr. Elliott also had responsibility for plant management, outages, and boiler performance testing.
Mr. Elliott received his Masters of Business Administration from the University of South Carolina, and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University.
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