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Wednesday, December 8th
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Topics

  • Traditional challenges for reducing NOx of burners in process furnaces:
    • Managing changing fuel compositions
    • Levels of air pre-heat
    • Long burner flame length
    • CO emissions at start-up
    • The potential of flame interaction
  • The SOLEX Combustion System solution:
    • Single-digit ppm NOx emissions
    • Near-zero CO emissions at start-up and turndown conditions
    • Compact flame
    • Continuous adaptation to prevailing fuel compositions,  changing burner heat load, air preheat temperature and firebox temperature to keep emissions within their targets

Efforts to reduce NOx of burners in process furnaces have traditionally faced many challenges managing a long list of variables. In addition, achieving single-digit ppm NOx emissions has traditionally required flue gas treatment solutions such as Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems. John Zink Hamworthy Combustion, a Koch Engineered Solutions company, has solved these issues with the SOLEX Combustion System.

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