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NOx & CO/VOC Control Training Course
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NOx & CO/VOC Control Training Course

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Environex annually offers a comprehensive two-day course on industrial catalytic emissions control technologies. This course is open to anyone who wants to attend. We also offer customized, private courses upon request. For more information on private courses or to be notified when our next public course will be offered, please fill out the form below.

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September 20th & 21st, 2022 (Long Beach, CA)

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Course DescriptionCourse Description

Course Description

This intensive two-day course introduces participants to all the important scientific, engineering, and operating aspects of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) and CO/VOC oxidation catalyst systems. Dual Function catalysts are covered.  The course focuses on the commercial and practical experience of these technologies and their operators and suppliers. This information is essential in formulating and evaluating emissions control strategies and system designs. The instructors have firsthand experience in designing, troubleshooting, and servicing NOx and CO/VOC control units for gas turbines, utility boilers, IC engines, and oil-fired heaters. Their experience in Process Design, Control Systems, Reaction Engineering, and Catalysis covers several decades.

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Who Should Attend

The course is designed for engineers, managers, and professionals who need to make decisions about:

  • SCR and CO/VOC System Design and Maintenance
  • Dual Function Catalyst Design
  • Emission Control Strategies / Fast Start Systems
  • BACT Analysis / Risk Analysis
  • Integrated Boiler-SCR Design
  • Emission Control Investment
  • Catalyst Life Cycle
  • Plant Operation & Maintenance
  • Commercial Suppliers of NOx and CO Control Equipment
  • New Construction and Retrofit Process Economics
  • Hydrogen Fuel Blending Impact on NOx Emissions
  • Continuous Emission Monitoring
Course ProgramCourse Program

Course Program

  • NOx/CO Regulations – How they affect emission control strategy
  • Combustion Technology
  • Catalytic Chemistry – Activity, Selectivity, Kinetics
  • Catalyst Evaluation – Testing Apparatus, Sampling, Testing Guidelines
  • NOx/CO Control Process Variables
  • Activity Maintenance – Modes of Deactivation
  • Commercial Catalysts – Manufacturers
  • Physical Properties
    • Geometric Surface Area and Pressure Drop
  • Reactor Design – Configuration Options, Flow Velocity, Gas Mixing, Module Design
  • Reactor Performance – Variable Effects
  • Catalyst Replacement Strategies
  • Examples – Gas Turbine and Utility Boilers
  • Reactor Design Guidelines
  • SCR Process Design
    • The Ammonia Injection System
    • Injection Controls and Emission Monitoring
  • Design Considerations for
    • SCR Catalyst and Housing
    • CO Catalyst and Housing
    • Ammonia Dilution and Delivery System
    • Ammonia Injection Grid
    • System Control
  • Oxidation Catalyst Chemistry, Design, and Operation
  • Gas Sampling System
  • Monitoring Equipment
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Instructors

Daniel Ott, President of Environex, Inc., is an expert with over 30 years of experience in Post Combustion NOx and CO/VOC control, including Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR) system design, maintenance, and troubleshooting for all fuel types.  He holds a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Villanova University.

 

Andrew Toback, Project Manager at Environex, has over 20 years of experience in the field of air pollution control from combustion sources.  He has expertise with combustion turbines, boilers, and IC engines.  Mr. Toback holds a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Rowan University.