The use of lime products for flue gas treatment is often a popular air pollution control choice. However, SOLVAir Select trona or sodium bicarbonate used in a Dry Sorbent Injection system (DSI) may be more cost-effective and an overall better choice to help your plant reach compliance, especially when there are significant fluctuations in the flue gas being treated or higher targets to be achieved.
The benefits of using a dry sodium product in DSI could include: reduced product consumption, thus reduced fly ash; effective multi-pollutant mitigation; elimination of lime-related caking, resulting in reduced maintenance costs; and acid gas removal at a wider temperature and compliance range!
To find out more about sodium sorbents vs lime for acid gas treatment, contact us today at 800.765.8292, or go to www.solvair.us for comprehensive information on the benefits of trona and sodium bicarbonate when used in DSI! At SOLVAir Solutions, we work together with our customers, to help them make the right choice for their plants’ air pollution control needs.
In coal-fired power plants, energy-from-waste power plants, industrial boilers and municipal waste incinerators, SOLVAir trona or sodium bicarbonate in a Dry Sorbent Injection system can effectively help reduce or eliminate SO2, SO3 and HCl.
SOLVAir Products, including SOLVAir Select 200 and 150 trona, and Select 300 and 350 sodium bicarbonate, are the direct approach for air pollution control. Whether in wet or dry scrubbers or Dry Sorbent Injection (DSI) systems, these are the products your plant needs to clear the air.
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