Decentralised electricity and heat production with combined heat and power plants has grown significantly over the past few years. The wide range of different fuels that are used in these plants result in a variety of different and, in part, increasingly complex requirements for emission reduction in the plants’ exhaust.
When diesel, biodiesel or plant-based oils are used, both particulate matter and gaseous pollutants such as hydrocarbons (HC), carbon monoxide (CO), and nitrogen oxides (NOx) must be sustainably reduced.
When natural gases are used, slippage of uncombusted gas must also be taken into account along with the after-treatment of nitrogen oxides (NO). The topic of methane slip as well as the treatment of formaldehyde (CH2O) emissions when biogases, landfill gases or gases from sewage treatment plants are burnt are also important in this field.
Not least due to the tightening of the threshold values of TA-Luft, but also as a result of regional threshold value requirements, multi-stage exhaust treatment systems are necessary to ensure safe operation of combined heat and power plants.
With our wide range of products, TEHAG can effectively reduce all pollutant groups found in the exhaust from CHP plants so that you are guaranteed to remain under the required thresholds. Through a combination of particulate filters, SCR systems and specially coated catalytic converters, we can significantly reduce particulate matter as well as gaseous pollutants – at times, even below the limit of detection.
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