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Desulphurization

Desulphurization

Several variants can be used for desulphurization which means that in addition to the above mentioned procedures the adsorption process SFS-W could be an alternative.

In principle, the approach towards finding a solution can be totally different as, depending on the preconditions of a process (temperature, concentration, humidity and additional pollutants), the desired pure gas concentration hugely influences the procedure to be applied. In general, it should be attempted to achieve pure gas values by means of dry or quasi-dry processes. Should concentration levels be higher, it is important to take both the required agents as well as the reactive components (waste) regarding disposal into account. This is also true for additional costs that might arise. Rinsing procedures should be used if levels of concentration are higher and should also be considered if a water purification unit in which the rinsing process can be fed into has already been installed on site.

  • dust filter based
    • dry DIFF
    • semi-dry DIFFs
       
  • wet DIFF-w
  • column based
    • wet WS