Noell-KRC Energy and Environmental Technologies implemented the spray absorption process many times between 1986 and 2001 both in power plants and in waste-to-energy plants.
This semi-dry or also quasi-dry desulfurization process is based on an atomizer acting as the core component in the spray absorber.
- Suitable for power stations and waste-to-energy plants of up to 800 MW
- Low investment costs
- Waste-water free operation
- Dry residue product: further use in wet flue gas desulfurization plant possible (utilization of residual limestone)
- High SO3 capture (99%) feasible
- Highest possible aerosol capture
- Dust capture behind absorber using bag house filter or electrostatic filter
- Compact design
- Excellent for retrofitting existing power stations using an improved dust capture method (no need for servicing an electrostatic filter)