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The reduction of nitrification during waste incineration is an important issue in the energy industry and in waste treatment. HAPOO offers a solution to improve NOx (nitrogen oxides) reduction characteristics.

Waste incineration is a common practice in the energy industry to generate electricity and heat. However, this process can generate pollutants, including nitrification, that can adversely affect human health and the environment.

Environmental European Directives require industrial companies to strictly adhere to limits on NOx emissions in order to minimize harmful consequences.

In SCR technology (Selective Catalytic Reduction), a mixture of ammonia and air is injected into the exhaust gas with a catalyst for treatment. The nitrogen oxides react with ammonia on the catalyst bed to produce elemental nitrogen and water vapor.

During this process, it is crucial to evenly distribute the abatement drops of the treatment solution to avoid the emission of harmful gases. Also, since ammonia is corrosive to equipment, it must evaporate sufficiently to prevent damage to the piping.

By using the two-fluid spray gun provided by HAPOO, customers are able to spray the solution correctly. This two-fluid atomizer introduces a mixture of air and ammonia into the combustion chamber during waste incineration. Customers can spray solutions correctly through our dual-fluid spray guns, allowing more precise control of the atomized droplet size and improving the management process.

With HAPOO’s solutions, the spraying efficiency is improved, enabling customers to spray the injected solution correctly and optimizing the dispersion of the solution. This operation has reduced waste and increased the efficiency of the plant, and the customer is very satisfied with our solution and they see HAPOO as a reliable partner to solve the problem.

If you are interested in or need a personalized consultation about our products such as two-fluid spray guns or nozzles, please visit our website or contact us.

These multi-orifice set-ups produce wide angle, full cone shaped, atomized sprays as a result from the combination of several narrow angle sprays.

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