Skip to main content

Servomex launches ‘Clean Air’ campaign

Published by
Hydrocarbon Engineering,


Servomex has announced that it has launched a new ‘Clean Air’ campaign, supporting industrial operators in the reduction of carbon emissions and other pollutants.

The three-phase strategy focuses on the key process areas – combustion control, gas cleaning, and emissions monitoring – working to reduce pollution and the damage it causes. Phase one focuses on reducing emissions through effective combustion control. Controlling combustion produces several benefits, especially for plants looking to meet environmental standards requirements.

Removing harmful substances from process gases is the second phase, tackling gas cleaning, thereby removing harmful substances from process gases that may otherwise be emitted by the plant.

Phase three is the monitoring of flue gas emissions, which not only helps determine the process efficiency and protect the environment; it also ensures that plant operators are complying with the necessary regulations.

A combination of solutions for these areas supports plants in their goals, not only ensuring the air remains clean, but optimising processes for reduced fuel consumption and higher yields.

SangWon Park, Business Director for Industrial Process & Emissions, said: “Awareness of the contribution towards greenhouse gas levels from their processes has led industrial operators around the globe to find the most environmentally responsible ways to operate, reducing emissions of carbon and other harmful pollutants. We have long been advocates of clean air and are helping others in the industry to achieve this with our gas analysis solutions.”

Servomex offers several solutions for these three phases, ensuring the right solution that is fit-for-purpose and cost-effective.

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/clean-fuels/01042021/servomex-launches-clean-air-campaign/

You might also like

 
 
 

Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):


 

This article has been tagged under the following:

Downstream news