Exhaust aftertreatment systems
Our mission is to reduce harmful compounds from exhaust gases in both fossil and non-conventional fuel applications (i.e. biomass, biogas, hydrogen, ammonia).
We believe that much more can be done to improve air quality. We are an experienced engineering team specializing in the supply of efficient exhaust gas after-treatment systems. We ensure accepted emission standards wherever the side effect is environmentally harmful compounds, i.e. nitrogen oxides (NOx), particulate matter (PM) or carbon monoxide (CO). We offer efficient exhaust gas cleaning systems. We specialize in SCR (selective catalytic reduction) and DPF (diesel particulate filter) systems for engines that power ships, locomotives, generator sets, and wherever nitrogen oxides are present, such as waste incineration plants and various types of furnaces and boilers. We are able to reduce nitrogen oxides by 97% and particulate matter by 98-99%. We reduce NOx according to the requirements of the directives, i.e. IMO Tier III for marine engines, Stage V for inland waterway vessels and locomotives or the new regulations for medium-sized combustion sources restrict NOx emissions. In practice, there is no more efficient method than SCR to achieve these limits.
Our SCR and DPF systems are customized to work with the following engine brands: Anglo Belgian Corporation, Baudouin, Bergen, Caterpillar, Cummins, Deutz, Volvo, Scania, MAN, Wartsila, Mitsubishi, Yanmar, Weichai, Perkins, MWM, Jenbacher, Hitachi, GE, Detroit, FPT, MTU, Kubota, and many others.
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The systems we design help to meet stringent standards while making a strong contribution to improving the environment.
Ecoexhaust provides modern solutions for industries such as:
- power generators
- inland schipping
- data center
Gas engine, on the other hand, is an excellent way to effectively reduce fuel consumption, as useful heat and electricity are produced simultaneously, in the same process. By using SCR catalytic converters in a CHP system, we are able to increase the efficiency of the engine while staying within environmental standards.