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In the course of digitalization and global networking, the volume of data is increasing daily. This requires ever larger data centers and server centers. Emergency power systems are installed at these sites to ensure an uninterrupted power supply. Diesel-powered internal combustion engines are usually used for this purpose. These systems are characterized by their fast availability and robustness. Emission Partner offers you the right exhaust gas aftertreatment for your emergency power system.
In principle, emergency power systems with an operating hour number of less than 300 Bh are exempt from the legislation. However, there may be locally deviating requirements from the approval authorities. Increasingly, emergency power systems are also being used by utilities as peak-load CHP units. This usually increases the number of operating hours above 300 Bh and exhaust gas aftertreatment becomes necessary.
COMPACT SCR SYSTEM BEFORE AWT
The round SCR compact system promises enormous space advantages with a single insertion for both oxidation and SCR catalysts. Always the same overall length, it is easy to integrate into the exhaust system and varies only in diameter with increasing emission reduction requirements.
Connectors for pressure and temperature sensors are already pre-mounted. The screw-on cover simplifies handling and, together with the lamellar spring-loaded collar on the catalytic converters, ensures optimum sealing and thus minimized exhaust gas slip
SCR METERING SYSTEM
The system essentially consists of the SCR catalyst housing together with the catalysts, the control unit with sensors and cables, the injection nozzle incl. pump, the tank for urea water solution and the mounting material. The catalyst is integrated into the existing exhaust tract of a CHP unit.
The exhaust gas purification system developed by Emission Partner is an SCR catalyst for cogeneration units in combination with the SCR dosing system.
In Emission Partner’s exhaust gas purification system, a water-soluble urea solution (e.g. AdBlue®) is injected into the existing exhaust tract. This is then converted into ammonia by the temperature prevailing in the exhaust gas.
The 44th Ordinance of the Federal Immission Control (BImSchV) replaces the previously valid TA Luft, which regulated the emissions of combustion engines since 2002. All plants requiring a permit smaller than 1 MW and all plants with more than 1 MW rated thermal input are affected.
The regulations have been further specified by the Federal/State Working Group for Immission Control (LAI) on the basis of VDMA Standard Sheet 6299 and extended to all plants that receive the emission reduction bonus.
With the passing of the 44th BImSchV, in June 2019, Emission Partner has launched the EMI-LOG emission monitoring system to offer you as an operator a simple, stable and functioning solution.
EMI-LOG is an engine manufacturer independent and self-sufficient solution for all engine types, and in addition to continuous compliance with emission limits, you can also meet the requirement of effective operation of your catalyst.
The data to prove the effective operation of the exhaust aftertreatment system is stored DSGVO compliant, both locally and accessible to you in a cloud. With the conclusion of a service contract, you receive automated monthly/annual reports as proof for your authority.
…if you want to be secured for the future and even
and even stricter limit values.
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