Dry Sorbent Injection is a technology used for air pollution control in various industrial processes, particularly in power plants. This method involves dry sorbent, typically a hydrated lime or sodium bicarbonate-based compound, directly injected into the flue gas, to prevent the effects of acid gas and other high-risk pollutants. The sorbent then reacts with and neutralizes certain pollutants, particularly acid gases such as sulfur dioxide (SO2), hydrogen chloride (HCl), or other air pollutants, effectively reducing their particulate matter in the emissions.
Our Dry Sorbent Injection (DSI) System combines the benefits of dry sorbent injection with the efficiency and reliability of pneumatic conveying, ensuring optimal performance in industrial applications. By injecting a dry lime-based sorbent directly into the flue gas stream, our system facilitates rapid and thorough pollutant neutralization and removal. The advanced pneumatic conveying technology at the core of our system allows for precise and controlled sorbent injection, ensuring uniform distribution and maximum contact with the pollutants. We ensure enhanced environmental compliance, reliability, and a cleaner, safer environment.
Dry sorbent injection systems can be seamlessly integrated with fabric filters and electrostatic precipitators, effectively cutting down the pollution. While these sorbent injections contribute to reduced emissions and operating costs, they are recommended for industries looking for affordable air quality management.