When you look at NOx Scrubber systems, the first thing you realize is that you’ve got a range of potential solutions. They all reduce emissions from power generating systems well. They all meet similar strict standards. This means that what you’ll end up looking at more is the cost of implementation and operation. How do you apply each solution in a way that’s simple and cost-effective?
Reduce Maintenance Costs and Downtime
Our solution is an additive injection and static mixer system. Komax Systems works with NOx scrubber technologies that reduce the number of moving parts as much as possible. This bases a system’s efficacy on design and modularity. It also reduces maintenance concerns over time.
Maintenance is a major factor because it doesn’t just introduce the cost of repair or replacement into a situation. It also introduces the cost of grinding certain operations to a halt until that repair or replacement can be effected.
Reducing maintenance needs isn’t just a matter of reducing maintenance costs, it’s also a matter of avoiding operation downtime that would reduce your output.
Modularity is Simpler and Cost-Effective
Our unique design approach maintains a high efficiency and consistent uniformity in down stream catalytic beds. This is achieved through uniform gas temperature and flow distribution. Modularity means that you can arrange the configuration as you need, with each modular element multiplying the mixing performance of the last modular element. The results are exponential for each element added.
This does a few things. It vastly simplifies installation. There are fewer factors that can go wrong. Performance is dependent on our design out of the gate. Monitoring and management are simplified because the number of unpredictable factors is vastly reduced by the use of static mixers. Of course, maintenance costs are also minimized because there are fewer moving parts involved in the entire system.