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Webinar | SCR deNOx plants for waste incinerators

Date: 23 September 2020

11 am Brussels, Paris, Madrid
12 am Istanbul

New installations - Getting the specs right

In the first part, we’ll focus on new installations and share advice on how to get your technical specs right.

In the current context, legislation concerning emissions, and in particular NOx, is becoming increasingly strict. As a consequence, many industrial sites are considering installing or upgrading an SCR deNOx plant.

But where to start? What criteria to take into account, how to ensure that the technical specifications are written in an optimal way, and how to make sure that initial CAPEX optimization does not jeopardize further operation? We’ll show you the way.

Existing installations - Optimizing costs

In the second part, we’ll focus on existing SCR deNOx installations and on how to minimize total cost of ownership.

Experience is clear: with an appropriate global approach, total cost of ownership can be reduced significantly. For example, postponing catalyst replacement is entirely possible. Also, by addressing a range of aspects of the operation and maintenance, it is often possible to increase overall performance.

We will examine not only operation and maintenance aspects, but also global asset management strategies. Finally we’ll screen together a series of cost-effective tailor-made catalyst solutions.

Our expert

Xavier HENRY

As an international expert in flue gas treatment, especially denitrification, Xavier Henry specializes in SCR systems in a wide range of applications, including natural gas combined cycle plants, coal-fired plants, petroleum refineries, waste incinerators, and glass and cement producers. He also has extensive experience with SCR retrofit, catalyst management, field services, troubleshooting and asset management.

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Bring your own cases and get answers to your questions.

Questions bienvenues | Stel je vraag | Domande benevute | Preguntas bienvenidas

You are most welcome to ask questions during the webinar and bring specific cases for discussion. Our experts will offer their advice, and any questions not answered during the webinar will be handled by email follow-up. Questions can be asked in English, French, Dutch, Spanish or Italian.

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