MicroMist Evaporative Gas Conditioning


MicroMist Evaporative Gas Conditioning

Enhances Particulate Control

Evaporative Gas Conditioning (EGC) is a technique for conditioning flue gas prior to electrostatic precipitators or fabric filters to reduce gas volume, lower the temperature, and improve particulate collection. Finely atomized water is evaporated in the gas stream to lower its temperature and raise the moisture content.

Benefits of MicroMist EGC Electrostatic precipitator (ESP)

  • Reduced gas volume and velocity
  • Increased humidity
  • Increased specific collection area
  • Increased particle migration velocity
  • Lowered gas viscosity
  • Decreased rapping reentrainment

Fabric filter (FF)

  • Reduced gas volume and pressure drop
  • Allows use of lower-priced filter media
  • Decreases air-to-cloth ratio
  • Improves filter cake characteristics

MicroMist Evaporative Gas Conditioning

Product Strengths


Expertise

  • Over 800 installations worldwide
  • Water flows up to 440 gpm (100 m3/hr)
  • Complete spray tower design and supply
  • Numerous of nozzle sizes ranging from 0.5 gpm to 60 gpm
  • Pilot equipment available
  • Global representation
  • Large inventory of spare parts

Customer Focus

  • Upgrade or new installations
  • Broad knowledge of process and dust collector operation

Product News

NEW MICROFINE LIME SYSTEM: EnviroCare is currently supplying FL Smidth with a patented MicroMist Evaporative Gas Conditioning system and a patented MicroFine Lime (ML) system for the worlds largest kiln at Holcims's Ste. Genevieve plant. The MicroFine Lime system includes bulk storage, handling, and metered injection of a microfine lime slurry. The lime slurry is introduced into the process via the MicroMist Evaporative Gas Conditioning System into dual downcomer ducts. The system is designed to continually operate to maintain SO2 emission limits.

MicroMist Evaporative Gas Conditioning