News from Air Quality IX – Breen Introduces Co-Firing Process

The Air Quality Conference is a conference on emission control, especially around the critical issues facing the United States and world with respect to air quality and carbon management issues. Breen Environmental Solutions participated in the show making multiple presentations.

Some Highlights:

Breen presented several papers and posters at the Air Quality IX event. Particular interest was in Breen’s new co-firing process. Co-firing natural gas in coal burners is the next innovation by Breen for fuel flexibility and reducing emissions such as NOx, SO2 and CO2.

Also at the show, Breen ES announced it has filed disclosures for a co-fired ignitor for coal burners.

CoFiring Results

The relationship in load distribution before/after incorporation of high volume gas igniters. Note the reduction in Minimum Load from 190 MW to 100 MW and the more linear unit setting once the second pulverizer is brought on-line.

 

CoFiring Results

The relationship in load distribution before/after incorporation of high volume gas igniters. Note the reduction in Minimum Load from 190 MW to 100 MW and the more linear unit setting once the second pulverizer is brought on-line.