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Winter Volunteer Activities!

2018-12-22 21:20:13

Every year, Terry Cline organizes a group of shoppers for The News Herald’s Clothe-a-Child charity.  This year, three of us were able to shop with children for new winter clothes [...]

Maintaining Operations after Internal Damage to Equipment

2018-04-08 20:49:56

When an industrial steam generator experienced a major process upset and damaged their electrostatic precipitator (ESP), they could not shut down to make the necessary repairs.  Neundorfer was able to [...]

Atlanta Workshop Added

2018-02-08 19:34:36

With the four workshops this year filling up quickly, we added a fifth precipitator training — Atlanta, June 27 & 28.  We hope to see you at an upcoming workshop!

Targeting Maintenance Spending Yields Impactful Results

2017-11-17 15:28:54

Despite regular maintenance, the utility was experiencing precipitator performance issues, resulting in restricted power generation and undesirable opacity levels. Neundorfer worked with the plant to identify the sections that were [...]

NESHAP and the Challenges with Baghouses

2017-07-31 14:08:46

CEMENT:  Will your Baghouse Help You Pass or Fail NESHAP Compliance Testing New NESHAP (National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants) have been in place since September 2015. Cement plants [...]

Check out the POS Tutorial Videos!

2017-05-24 14:42:40

Visit our KnowledgeBase page and check out the POS tutorials that we added recently.  We hope that these help you to put the system that you have into practice!

Precipitator Improvements and SmartAsh lead to Significant Improvements

2017-03-14 17:04:47

A 440MW mine mouth plant had lost capacity with its hopper evacuation system and was faced with nightly derates to maintain operations. The Rothemhle ESP, the primary particulate control equipment, had 12 [...]

Cement Plant Gains Consistent Performance with Low-Cost Precipitator Improvements

2017-03-01 21:46:39

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

2017-02-21 08:05:21

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

2017-02-16 16:10:46

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 [...]

Justifying Controls with Opacity-Driven Energy Optimization

Paper Mill Controls Upgrade

At a paper mill in New England, a long-delayed controls upgrade project was cost-justified within eight months of completion. The improved performance and energy savings from an ESP controls project saved the mill an average of $8,000 per month. ...

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"I wish we had made the upgrade years ago when you first recommended it!"

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