Nozzles, nozzle lances and systems for desulphurisation

For precision with demanding ambient conditions.

With flue gas desulphurisation in the industry, power plants or waste incineration plants, it depends on nozzles that guarantee a precise function over longer periods and withstand extremely aggressive ambient conditions in the process. Lechler has developed resistant atomisation nozzles made from ceramic materials, especially for the different methods of flue gas desulphurisation. Our specialist eould be pleased to help you choose the right nozzles.

Overview

TwinAbsorb®

Double full or double hollow cone nozzles for wet flue gas desulphurisation. The innovative technology of Lechler TwinAbsorb® nozzles ensure for an efficient flue gas cleaning and reliable SO2 separation.

TwinAbsorb®

Twin4Absorb

Further development of the TwinAbsorb®. Four overlapping spray nozzles generate additional jet collisions and thus, a more active reaction surface. Thanks to the spacious distribution, the Twin4Absorb is particularly suitable for the optimisation of existing washers.

Twin4Absorb

Further nozzles for flue gas desulfurization

Lechler full cone, hollow cone and flat jet nozzles meet the requirements that modern technology in exhaust air cleaning places on nozzles: high-alloy and chemically resistant materials as well as liquid distribution and circular distribution tailored to the application and the appropriate droplet spectrum.

Further nozzles for flue gas desulfurization

Droplet separator systems

Lechler droplet separator systems are optimally matched to the droplets generated during the flue gas rinsing and thus achieve the highest degree of separation.

Lechler Droplet Separator Systems

1SR nozzle lances

Twin-fluid nozzles for semi-dry flue gas desulphurisation. The Lechler 1SR nozzle series was especially developed for the atomisation of lime milk or suspension.

1SR nozzle lances

Lechler Online Cleaning (LOC®)

The comfortable Cleaning-in-Place-System for twin-fluid nozzles that remove harmful deposits and blockages in nozzles as well as pipelines thus rendering your plant more effective.

Lechler Online Cleaning (LOC®)

Spillback nozzle lances

Spillback nozzle lances allow a compressed air-free atomization. With dry methods for SO2 separation, spillback nozzle lances are frequently used in the circulating fluidized bed for the cooling of the flue gases.

Spillback nozzle lances