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FLSmidth introduces new air pollution control technology

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FLSmidth Airtech, a supplier of air pollution control equipment to the cement industry, will launch product updates for its fabric filter and electrostatic precipitator (ESP) technologies at the TÇMB International Technical Seminar & Exhibition next month.

The company will show its SmartPulse Contoller for fabric filters, as well as DC2 and DC8 updates to its DuoClean fabric filters, and its latest CataMax and CataFlex catalytic filtration technologies.

The new generation of FLSmidth SmartPulse Controller continuously optimises and controls the operating conditions of a cement plant’s fabric filters, the company said in a press release. It also comes integrated with an Internet of Things (IoT)-based solution that remotely monitors and analyses filter conditions.

“We are very proud of introducing the new evolution of the SmartPulse Controller, specifically conceived to help our customers to operate their plants in compliance and reducing operational costs,” said Henrik Vittrup Pederson, Airtech Global General Manager. “It will make our filters even more autonomous, helping plant operators to focus on the areas that need more attention.”

FLSmidth Airtech will also introduce the PIACS DC4 to its family of ESP controllers.

“FLSmidth has developed PIACS DC4 with unique and powerful features, enhancing the customers’ user experience and remove service, while securing low emissions,” the company said.

The TCMB International Technical Seminar & Exhibition will take place in Antalya, Turkey, on 10 – 13 October.

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