Additives for NOx Emissions Control from Fixed Sources
Final rept. Aug 88-Feb 89,
PSI TECHNOLOGY CO ANDOVER MA
Pagination or Media Count:
This project tested several additives and catalysts as potential additivecatalyst combinations for a new NOx abatement process. The goal was to identify an effective, economical NOx emissions control process for application to post combustion, exhaust gas streams from jet engine test cells JETC and incinerators. The most useful results from this project are that 1 an additive was identified that achieved gas-phase removal, with no catalyst, of NOx at temperatures as low as 350 deg C, and 2 good NOx removals can be achieved with additive NOx ratios less than one. These results offer good possibilities for new low-temperature 350 to 500 deg C gas phase NOx reduction processes of the selective noncatalytic reduction SNR type for both JETCs and incinerators.
- Environmental Health and Safety