Glass production generates SOx in flue gas emissions in large concentrations from 7-30% depending on the specific glass product. Capturing such high amounts of SOx can be a challenge, but SOLVAir®’s sodium sorbents in DSI can neutralize the acid components in flue gases to comply with legal emission limits. Not only that, but its highly efficient mitigation of SOx can enable glass manufacturers to achieve substantial energy savings!
With cement manufacturers becoming more environmentally friendly and switching to alternative fuels such as waste and industrial residues, HCl and SO2 in flue gas emissions need to be treated differently, yet still efficiently and cost-effectively. By injecting a sodium-based dry sorbent into the flue gases right before bag filters, the pollutants in the flue gases can be removed with the minimum amount of sorbent, with residues formed at minimum cost per ton of clinker produced.
Wet scrubbers are often used at large boilers due to their high SO2 removal efficiency, but for small utility boilers, they could be expensive, and the resultant water from a wet scrubber must be treated before being released. Find out why DSI and dry sodium sorbents can be a cost-effective option, in this issue of the SOLVAir Breeze!
Challenges resulting from acid gas emissions can sometimes be overwhelming. From coal fired power plants and small incinerators, to waste-to-energy plants (and more), if air pollution challenges confront you, we can help find innovative solutions that work to make a difference. This issue of the SOLVAir Breeze focuses on these complicated concerns.
SOLVAIR offers economical and effective solutions to our customers’ SO2, SO3 and HCl air pollution control challenges - with demonstrated reduction levels as high as 99%! Together with engineering companies and end users, we thrive on solving problems through teamwork!
Initially focused on air pollution control in power plants, SOLVAIR’s reach has expanded to includeglass, metal, carbon black, and cement manufacturers, industrial boilers, pulp & paper mills and more.
We’re global, and local! We’ve expanded our global presence to Asia and Latin America, but our local teams are still in place to help your plant meet acid gas regulatory compliance. Find out why we’re working for the tightest acid gas regulations in the coking industry in China…and more…in this issue of the SOLVAir Breeze!
The TrojanUVPhox installation at Tucson's Advanced Oxidation Process Water Treatment Facility treats 1,4-dioxane and produces water that is blended and then treated at the neighboring Tucson Airport Remediation Project facility.