In this informative webinar, Chris DiFrancesco will review key benefits and project drivers and will discuss the advanced technologies through theory and case studies, including field data for commercially operating units.
This webinar can help you make informed decisions about flexible and economic alternatives for reducing NOx, CO, and VOCs emissions.
This webinar can help you make informed decisions about flexible strategies for maintaining an effective and efficient SCR catalyst under high dust applications as well as having lower maintenance costs.
This webinar will show how to optimize the utilization of your SCR catalyst by providing insight into CORMETECH’s state-of-the-art laboratory equipment, protocols, and procedures to provide the most enhanced and robust SCR Catalyst Management Plan for catalyst longevity, economics, and effectiveness.
In this informative webinar, Mark Conger, Senior Project Engineer for CORMETECH, will review key benefits and project drivers for CORMETECH’s low temperature / low load SCR catalyst technology.
As combustion turbines become more highly utilized to meet power generation needs, the demand for reliable performance across a wide variety of operating conditions is critical. See how CORMETECH METEOR™ technology can help assure multi pollutant environmental compliance across a wider load range, while achieving enhanced operational efficiency and lower maintenance cost.
Richard Weiland, Project Engineer at Cormetech, will present an informative webinar that provides an overview of current SCR catalyst technologies and actionable best practices for refinery/petrochemical SCR applications.
Terry McTernan, Cormetech’s Project Management Director, will present an informative webinar that provides strategies for Improving SCR efficiency
Even though half the power plants in the US are equipped with pollution control devices, many have not created a cost effective control plan for their SCRs. Preparing a well-defined SCR catalyst management strategy will maximize your catalyst life cycle by simultaneously controlling NOx, SOx, Ammonia Slip and Mercury to minimize total operating costs.