Aqueous Ammonia Injection Skid

Purpose: Aqueous Ammonia Injection Skid is to reduce nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions in flue gas streams through the injection of aqueous ammonia as part of a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system..

Overview: An Aqueous Ammonia Injection Skid is a system that injects aqueous ammonia into a flue gas stream to reduce nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions. NOx is a harmful air pollutant that can be produced by combustion processes in industrial plants, power plants, and other facilities. Aqueous ammonia injection can be used as part of a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system to reduce NOx emissions.

The skid typically includes a storage tank for the aqueous ammonia, a pump to deliver the ammonia to the injection point, a control system to regulate the injection rate, and associated piping and valves. The system is designed to inject the ammonia at a precise rate and location in the flue gas stream to maximize the reduction of NOx emissions.




The aqueous ammonia is typically stored at a concentration of 25% to 30% in the storage tank, and the injection rate is controlled based on the flue gas flow rate and NOx concentration. The injected ammonia reacts with the NOx in the flue gas in the presence of a catalyst, converting it to harmless nitrogen and water vapor.

Overall, the Aqueous Ammonia Injection Skid is an effective technology for reducing NOx emissions and helping industrial facilities meet environmental regulations.

Supplied to: one of the largest producers of urea and ammonia in the world and plays a significant role in the global fertilizer industry.

Project: Qatar Fertilizer Limited, Qatar

Technical Aspects: Available in ATEX, CE, ASME, API, IS…..etc.

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