Avoid CO2 emissions of up to 64,000 tonnes per year with Howden's TESCR Gas Gas Heater

Friday, 12 November 2021




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As COP 26 comes to a close today, we are highlighting our TESCR Gas Gas Heaters which avoid up to 64,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions from natural gas.

The Selective Catalytic reduction system is used to remove Nitric Oxides from the flue gas of various processes within steel plants and power stations.

The Tail End SCR Gas Gas Heater (TESCR GGH) is used to exchange heat within the process to greatly reduce the fuel consumption and operating cost. As a result, this also reduces the CO2 generated.

Environmental benefits

Carbon Dioxide is a major cause of global warming. Nitric Oxide emissions forms Nitric acid in the air, causing acid rain, poor air quality and smog.

Howden’s TESCR Gas Gas Heaters avoid up to 64,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions from natural gas and enable removal of up to 90% of NOx from plant.

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