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The process of removing sulfur from a molecule.
Synonym(s): desulphurisation.
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The method of the injection of technical water after the steam superheater somewhat resembles the LIFAC method, pursuant to which the activation of the fly ash with the injection of technical water and the desulphurisation of the flue gas take place in the reactor, which is located after the air preheater [15, 16].
Unlike in the injection process, the Simetal HM KR Desulf process involves placing the desulphurisation agent in the hot-metal bath with a mechanical stirrer.
Under the contract with Idreco-Insigma, the desulphurisation equipment has to be in place by September 1 2011.
AE&E will be responsible for the planning, production, construction and installation of a conventional, two-line flue gas desulphurisation system based on limestone technology for five existing and two new heavy oil fired boilers.
Mike explained: "Desulphurisation skull is an inevitable waste product of the hot metal desulphurisation process.
The desulphurisation process involves the injection of a limestone slurry, which removes up to 95 per cent of the sulphur dioxide which is one of the main causes of acid rain.
and a Desulphurisation Plant for HSD to produce the environment friendly products.
Contract award notice: The contract is for the supply of Flue Gas Desulphurisation Fabric Filter Bags & Cages at Lough Ree Power, Lanesborough, County Longford, Ireland.
The plant has been modernised with the addition of a new 48,000 b/d vacuum distillation unit, a 28,000 b/d vacuum gasoil desulphurisation unit and a 55,000 b/d FCC unit.
The plants will use the by-product from the flue gas desulphurisation operations of nearby power complex Maritsa East.
The company said the breakdown will delay the installation of Rugeley's flue gas desulphurisation equipment, which must be installed to meet European emissions laws.
The Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD) technology at the treatment plant will reduce sulphur emissions from the station by up to 90 per cent and allow the station to operate under new European environmental regulations due to come into force on January 1, 2008.