Reduce emissions

When it comes to reducing emissions and staying ahead of environmental regulations, FLSmidth can help you achieve compliance without limiting plant performance

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Particulate emission control

Services and solutions for reducing dust emissions

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Solutions

Our range of solutions for reducing dust emissions includes a broad selection of filters adapted to your specific needs.

Fabric filters
Fabric filters are available in either a standard design or a highly customized solution for your specific application. Both options offer the highest particulate removal efficiency, exceeding even the most stringent emissions requirement.

Electrostatic precipitator
Compact electrostatic precipitators (ESP) are designed with computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modelling to achieve maximum system removal efficiency. Conversion concepts of electrostatic precipitator to a fabric filter solution are available to ensure the most feasible solution.

Hybrid filter
Hybrid filter solutions, where both the ESP and fabric filter technologies are used, ensure optimum particulate removal efficiency.

We also supply nuisance dust collectors for secondary dedusting.

Additionally, we offer a range of services to help maintain, improve and operate your air pollution control equipment more efficiently.

Services

Performance standards for outlet emissions continue to become more stringent for all industries worldwide. FLSmidth offers a variety of options to help you achieve your specific requirement for reducing particulate emissions. We begin by analyzing existing equipment and processes to pinpoint problem areas, and then provide customized solution options to ensure that your plant remains in compliance with emissions regulations. 

To help maximise the operation of your air pollution control (APC) equipment FLSmidth will provide a brief survey of your plant's equipment, focusing on specific problem areas you may have. This is followed by a technical review summarizing our observations and recommendations.

A more in-depth evaluation of a specific process is also available through a system audit of your air pollution equipment. This detailed analysis results in a written report outlining possible improvements for your plants apc equipment and layout (from pick-up point to end-of-pipe), with special focus on increasing equipment availability and efficiency and minimizing energy consumption.