Reduce your Carbon Footprint written by: Kiki Sokoli There is increasing pressure on companies to conform to global emissions standards for large diesel and gas engines as climate change is becoming a more central geo-political issue. However, by reducing emissions many companies suffer losses in productivity and hence profits but by investing in an emissions control system you can keep up with the market. By using one of our systems you have a complete economic and environmental solution at your disposal, aiming to meet emissions standards with the smallest possible drops in size and pressure.
In today’s world, the impact of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions has become arguably the most important factor in the Earth’s climate system and we are only recently beginning to see the effects it is having on our planet. Scientists estimate that atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) has increased from 280ppmv in 1750 to around 400ppmv in 2013 and similarly increasing ratios in other greenhouse gases such as methane (CH4) and nitrous oxides (NOx). Due to this, International and national bodies have begun to place heavy restrictions on industrial emissions as they account for around 80% of our emissions, so it has become vital for companies to invest in environmentally conscious technology so that they can meet ever-increasing standards while maintaining profit margins. An emissions control system is an essential investment in the modern environmentally regulatory world and will be worth every penny. The systems can be customised to your engine (500kW to 20mW) and size specifications as well as to specific regulatory environments, such as Euro VI. The main emissions reduced include nitrous oxides (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO), non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHCs) and particulate matter (PM). All systems come with integrally placed silencers to prevent unnecessary noise as well as remote monitoring to provide access to your emissions data on a secure web browser. Our emissions control systems are also all compliant with seismic zone 2 standards, meaning that they are robust and will be retain longevity in most tectonically active environments.
Our emissions control systems work by a combination of high end technologies to achieve the necessary emission reductions, these include selective catalytic reduction elements, diesel particulate filters and oxidation catalysts. The reactors are designed using contemporary fluid dynamics by highly qualified engineers to ensure the highest possible emission reductions. The systems can be mounted in a number of ways and are very flexible and scalable to be fitted to your specific engine.
These systems are proven to provide excellent NOx reductions and seriously reduce the footprint and emissions of a large diesel or gas engine. Invest in an emissions control system today, keep up with the market and keep down your emissions.