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Precipitator Improvements and SmartAsh lead to Significant Improvements
A 440MW mine mouth plant had lost capacity with its hopper evacuation system and was faced with nightly derates to maintain operations. The Rothemühle ESP, the primary particulate control equipment, had 12” [...]
Cement Plant Gains Consistent Performance with Low-Cost Precipitator Improvements
A Midwestern cement plant needed to balance cost, outage time, and performance gains in order to make the best use of short outages to address the weak links in the [...]
NOx Emission Strategy: Optimizing Your SCR
The updated CSAPR rule is here. The final rule became effective on December 27, 2016. The update requires some plants lower NOx emission standards during the compliance ozone season, starting [...]
Spring Outage Planning
Inspecting precipitators and baghouses can be a daunting process. In an ideal world, a full equipment assessment would be executed each major outage. Even as equipment ages and performance requirements [...]
Last MVC3 Logic Board Shipped
Today we shipped the last MVC3 logic board. The MVC3 was made obsolete by the MVC4 which began full installation in 2007. We were able to continue to support the [...]
It's Already our 3rd Workshop of 2017!
Steve and Justin recently completed our third workshop this year! They facilitated an ESP performance-based optimization and maintenance workshop for a large North American sugar processor. Attendees were from all [...]
Plant Equipment Training Success!
This week we conducted 4 equipment training sessions! We trained over 35 individuals at a paper mill on preciptiator basics and equipment functionality. After installing new equipment, it is important [...]
Profiting from your Environmental Compliance Systems
We recently wrote an article for the December issue of Future Power Technology which focuses on the economic impacts of back-end equipment. If you are interested in reading the article, it [...]
Are you Capitalizing on Your Fly Ash?
Fly ash demand is currently increasing, as the sources of the ash decrease. For many plants, fly ash sales can create a revenue stream that also avoids the costs of [...]
Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR) Update - Finalized on September 7th, 2016
Due to recent EPA findings indicating that ozone season NOx emissions from fossil fuel fired electricity generating units (EGUs) are severely affecting the ability of downwind states to meet and [...]