Too little reagents added increases risk of failing to meet the Emission Limit Values.
Too much reagent added increases significant process costs.
For sites to get the right balance of meeting ELVs and controlling costs, firstly, they must understand how much acidic gas is present in the flue gas stream following the incineration process.
A raw gas measurement is performed prior to abatement to manage the feed-forward. With a real-time signal, the varying levels of acid gases are recorded using a raw gas monitor.
With a known quantity of raw gas emissions being transported into the dosing system, control sensors such as the PicoFlow or SolidFlow accurately measure and release the correct amounts of reagent into the scrubber feed to neutralise the acid gas thus achieving the required result in line with the desired ELVs.
Discuss our feed-forward solution during the virtual exhibition