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Thermo Scientific Orion 2395 Phosphate Analyzer

Phosphate Analyzer Provides Critical Water Quality Measurement in Boiler Water

Power plants in need of water quality control and steam-generating equipment protection now have access to a new phosphate analyzer designed to provide measurement of a critical water quality parameter at the boiler. Phosphates are present in natural and effluent waters. In power plant boilers, phosphates are added to control … Read more »

Making the Natural Gas Boiler Switch

Making modification to boiler burners to allow the use of natural gas often makes sense in the long term in terms of costs and emissions savings, Pollution Engineering reports. Many commercial boiler operators have made such a switch, but such changes affect temperatures, velocities and heat absorption in the equipment. As … Read more »

coal power plant

ADA Expands SO2 Emissions Control Product Lines

ADA-ES, an Advanced Emissions Solutions company, has signed a definitive agreement to license ClearChem Technology, a patented furnace sorbent injection technology to control sulfur dioxide emissions from coal-fired boilers. The addition of ClearChem Technology expands ADA’s product lines for emissions compliance and provides an integrated product to meet the Mercury … Read more »

gas-fired boiler

ClearSign Commercial Burner Retrofit Cuts NOx Emissions up to 90%

ClearSign Combustion says it has successfully demonstrated an 80 percent to 90 percent reduction in NOx emissions by retrofitting a conventional off-the-shelf commercial burner in a system designed to closely resemble a standard commercial firetube boiler. CEO Rick Rutkowski says the system demonstrates that ClearSign’s Duplex technology may be adapted … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: DOE ‘Mishandled Waste,’ Energy Trust on Ice

The Department of Energy mishandled dangerous waste, placing it in a landfill before treating it – rather than after, as required –  and operating several waste storage units without proper permit authorization, according to a settlement with the EPA. An agency statement referred to a dangerous mix of hazardous and … Read more »

Boiler Standards ‘Will Apply to Less than 1%’

Boiler Standards ‘Will Apply to Less than 1%’

The EPA has released its final Clean Air Act standards for industrial boilers and incinerators, rules that the agency says will apply to less than 1 percent of those machines. The standards now cover only the highest emitting boilers and incinerators, typically operating at refineries, chemical plants and other industrial facilities. According to … Read more »

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