The semi-dry desulphurisation process is particularly suitable for systems up to 1 million Nm3/h flue gas. To purify the gases from SOx, but also from other acid components like HCl and HF, an aqueous absorbent (e.g. lime slurry) is injected into the spray absorber. The acidic harmful gases react with the absorbent to form salts, while at the same time the water in the suspension evaporates and the flue gas cools down before leaving the absorber.
The reaction product is usually separated in a downstream fabric filter, while a partial flow can be circulated for better utilization. By gas cooling and increasing the gas humidity the process is also positively influenced. The separate control of water and absorbent enables the ideal operating point to be set by adapting the cooling and absorption ratio to the pollutant load of the flue gas.
For the injection of lime slurry we recommend our twin-fluid nozzles with a large free cross-section, which are resistant to clogging. Due to the very fine droplets and the high penetration depth, the process can be operated more efficiently and thus the demand for absorbent can be significantly reduced. With the right choice of material, wear can be reduced even with abrasive media and use at high temperatures is possible.
Together with the injection system, we offer you the optimum solution for your process requirements. Our online cleaning system enables a reliable and cost-optimized operation of the injection system by cyclic and automated cleaning of the nozzle lances. These systems are also suitable for the replacement of rotary atomizers.
The Lechler 1SR nozzle series has been specially developed for the atomization of lime milk or suspension.
Removes damaging deposits and cloggings in nozzles, nozzle lances and pipelines and makes your system more economical.