Summertime…when summer vacations are the norm and concerns about air pollution often drift to the far blue horizon! But decisions on the most efficient, economical treatment for flue gas emissions still need to be addressed.
If you’re wondering whether sodium bicarbonate, or trona is the better choice to clean those flue gas emissions, or just how easy it would be to implement a dry sodium sorbent in a DSI system, don’t wait. Call me at 303.489.9183 to discuss the pros and cons of each application. Solvair.us has some of the most comprehensive information on our products and services, and check out our Library which has a broad range of documents swuch as Quick Facts, articles and brochures which focus on air pollution control…and how to keep our air clear!
For over 30 years, SOLVAir Select trona and sodium bicarbonate have helped eliminate or control SO2, SO3 (SOx), HCl and mercury (Hg) control in acid gas emissions. Our understanding of regulatory compliance, expertise in Dry Sorbent Injection, and our ongoing independent field tests help customers meet their compliance goals, both effectively and cost-effectively.
From coal-fired power plants, cement, biomass and energy-from-waste plants to industrial boilers and waste incinerators, SOLVAir trona or sodium bicarbonate in a Dry Sorbent Injection system has effectively helped reduce or eliminate SO2, SO3 and HCl.
SOLVAir Products, including SOLVAir Select 200 and 150 trona, and Select 300 and 350 sodium bicarbonate, are the direct approach for air pollution control. Whether in wet or dry scrubbers or Dry Sorbent Injection (DSI) systems, these are the products your plant needs to clear the air.
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