TurboSonic Technologies Inc. has been awarded a US$1.25 million contract for the design and supply of equipment for abatement of SO2 and NOx for a US cement plant.
This is the eighteenth contract for supply of TurboSonic’s technologies to this leading cement producer since 2004. Equipment is scheduled for delivery in the company’s next fiscal year commencing 1 July 2011.
The contract is for TurboSonic’s TurboSorb Semi-Dry Absorption (SDA) and Turbotak ammonia injection technologies for NOx control. SDA technology uses hydrated lime slurry for high efficiency removal of acid gases including SO2, hydrogen chloride, and mercury in industries worldwide including cement, industrial power generation and waste-to-energy. This technology is noteworthy in that all sprayed liquid is evaporated, resulting in no wastewater by product to be treated or discharged. TurboSorb SDA and ammonia injection technologies rely on TurboSonic’s patented Turbotak spray atomisation technology for generation of ultra-fine droplets.
Edward Spink, TurboSonic CEO, said: “We are pleased to announce yet another repeat order from a large, multi-national corporation, consistent with our strategy of focusing on building long-term loyalty and growth through customer satisfaction. We are targeting increased penetration of our international markets with our patented SDA technology in addition to those markets affected by new US EPA regulations.”
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