Axens has announced the signature of a share sale and purchase agreement for the acquisition of Flowvision (Denmark, Odense), an engineering company specialised in emission abatement systems for the reduction of nitrogen oxides in flue gas from industry.
Flowvision provides design and equipment for the entire scope of selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and selective non-catalytic reduction (SNCR) systems, which have been installed throughout the world in a variety of sectors.
Flowvision has a wide range of references within heat recovery steam generator (HRSG), biomass boilers, waste to energy, circulating fluidised bed boilers, gas turbines offshore, refining, heaters and steam reformers within petrochemical plants.
“The acquisition of Flowvision’s DeNOx business will strengthen our offer in the area of air pollution control and will help us better serve our customers providing them with sustainable solutions, integrated with our processes and equipment, to support their environmental and energy transition challenges. Axens is very pleased to welcome on board the Flowvision’s team,” said Jean Sentenac, Chairman and CEO of Axens Group.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/clean-fuels/22042021/axens-acquires-flowvision/
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