SCR Lines in detail
Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) is a means of converting nitrogen oxides, also referred to as NOX with the aid of a catalyst, into diatomic nitrogen and water. A gaseous reductant, typically anhydrous ammonia, aqueous ammonia or urea, is added to a stream of exhaust gas and is absorbed onto a catalyst. The process produces Carbon dioxide when Urea is used.
Commercial SCR systems have been shown to reduce NOX by 70-95%. More recent applications include larger diesel engines such as those found on ships, diesel locomotives, gas turbines and commercial vehicles are now required to meet various International Government emission targets.
The benefits of using hydraPower’s SCR lines
Shorter de- freezing time
Low permeation rates
Long lines available up to 18 mtrs in one piece
Low power consumption
Abrasion resistant shielding
Dual layer material reinforcement with WP of 20 bar / BP of 80 bar
Inner hose of NBR provides volume increase of 12%
Corrugated external reinforcement provides high mechanical stability
Glass fibre internal reinforcement offers excellent thermal insulation
High temperature rating up to 190 deg C
All units are full tested
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HydraPower and our products have been involved in numerous projects. Take a look at the following case studies for working examples of our technology.
CERN - Hadron Collider
The CERN tunnel is 27km (Nearly 17 miles) in circumference and lies in certain places up to 160 Metres below the earth’s surface.Read Case Study
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