Energy Decentral from 13. to 16.11.2018 in Hanover
Once again this year, Emission Partner was represented at Energy Decentral with the largest stand in the industry on the subject of exhaust aftertreatment. Highlights of the stand were the slip-free heat exchanger catalyst, as supplied to Geisberger by Emission Partner, and the compact silencer-catalyst heat exchanger SCR exhaust system, which was developed together with Martin Adam GmbH and enkotherm. This exhaust aftertreatment system was specially developed for Flex CHP units that go into operation after 20 December 2018 and must comply with the strict European NOx requirements of the 44th BImSchV in 2023. There is also a short video explaining this.
Another innovation that underscores the technological leadership of Emission Partner in the field of exhaust aftertreatment for stationary engines was the patented lamella spring seal, which guarantees slip-free operation of the heat exchanger catalytic converter.
Emission Partner presented the DoNOx catalytic converter, a look into the future as to how future SCR systems can be made even more compact. This sample was particularly interesting for BHWK manufacturers who are struggling for a particularly compact exhaust aftertreatment solution.
Emission Partner’s stand at Energy Decentral is always a fixed point of contact, especially for long-standing existing customers.
“The fair was a complete success! Above all, we were able to significantly expand our position in the important original equipment market. We are very satisfied and look forward to the next trade fair in Nuremberg in December 2019”, sums up Managing Director Dirk Goeman.
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