Monroe, CT, November 19, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Combustion Components Associates (CCA; Monroe, CT), a leader in designing, manufacturing, and installing combustion optimization and NOx reduction equipment and technologies, announced the receipt of air pollution control orders in the U.S. and Europe totaling over $6M.
Two orders are for selective non-catalytic reduction (SNCR) applications in the United States. The largest order is at a chemical facility firing a variety of liquid and gaseous waste fuels. The scope of supply includes CFD modeling, SNCR design and fabrication, integrated controls and ammonia slip monitoring. The second SNCR award is for a demonstration project on a biomass fired CFB boiler where CCA will also provide design engineering services and hardware to resolve selective catalytic reduction (SCR) catalyst fouling.
Two additional orders are for SCR systems for diesel engines located at a hospital and a new bio-fuels production facility. The systems use non-toxic urea injected into the engine exhaust to reduce NOx emissions across a catalyst by up to 90%. Both systems will use CCA’s TRIM-NOX PLC controlled injection system and patented airless injector.
The remaining orders are for new burners, burner modifications, and combustion tempering. New multi-fuel and waste heat burners will be supplied for a boiler providing process steam at a new plant. A package burner will be designed for firing gaseous and liquid biofuels and #2 fuel oil. New burners and controls will be supplied to convert a dryer to propane. Finally, a burner/combustion optimization order covers burner modifications and combustion tempering for a T-fired steam boiler at a European chemical plant.
Making the announcement, R. Gifford Broderick, CCA President, stated, “These orders reflect our ability to provide customized, flexible and low-cost solutions in various markets around the world. We are extremely pleased that a diverse customer base across industries has selected CCA as a key supplier.”
Source: Combustion Components Associates