Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) Plants
Max. Inlet SO2 Concentration
80,000 mg/Nm3 (Coal fired)
Max. SO2 Removal Efficiency
The flue gas desulfurization (FGD) plant removes sulfur dioxides (SO2) from flue gas produced by boilers, furnaces, and other sources. Mitsubishi Power effectively contributes to the prevention of air pollution through its wet limestone-gypsum FGD process and seawater FGD process, and both processes can treat a large range of SO2 concentrations for greater plant reliability and economics.
We have supplied more than 300 FGD plants worldwide and have acquired a larger market share by offering the following features:
- High SO2 removed efficiency meeting required emission standards for all kinds of fossil fuels
- Multiple pollutant control with associated environmental control equipment
- High reliability
- Energy and utility savings
Wet Limestone-Gypsum FGD Process
Mitsubishi Power offers two types of scrubbers: one is a double contact flow scrubber and the other is a spray tower scrubber. The optimal scrubber type is selected based on flue gas conditions, site layout, etc.
We have delivered over 300 FGD plants under the following conditions.
|Desulfurization Efficiency||70 thru 99%|
|Dedusting Efficiency||70 thru 90%|
|Coal, Lignite||750 thru 22,000 mg/Nm3 (260 thru 7,700 ppm)|
|Oil, VR, etc.||700 thru 16,000 mg/Nm3 (240 thru 5,600 ppm)|
|Sintering||700 thru 84,000 mg/Nm3 (240 thru 29,400 ppm)|
Seawater FGD Process
Major Components of Seawater FGD
The seawater FGD consists of two major components : grid tower scrubber and the aeration basin. In the grid tower scrubber, seawater absorbs SO2 from the flue gas. In the aeration basin, the SO2 rich seawater is treated to make it suitable for discharge to back to the sea.
We have delivered seawater FGD plants under the following wide conditions.
|Desulfurization Efficiency||70 thru 98%|
|Typical Inlet SO2 concentration||650 thru 5,300 mg/Nm3(230 thru 1,900 ppm)|
|Typical Capacity||370,000 thru 630,000 Nm3/h|
|Fuel||Coal, Oil, etc.|
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