GE Mercury Webinars
Two webinar recordings are available. One is general and one deals specifically with low sulfur coals.
INTEGRATED APPROACH TO MERCURY CONTROL FOR LOW SULFUR COALS (May 14, 2007)
Mercury from low sulfur coal burning plants can be cost effectively reduced by utilization of combustion optimization, particulate control and sorbent injection. Sorbent usage is minimized. Experience has also been achieved with the addition of biomass to the coal. A hybrid Max 9 collector at 90 MW is operating effectively with substantial mercury reduction in a pulp mill where the fuel is 90% coal and 10% biomass. Combustion optimization is achieved with biomass as either a co-fired or reburn fuel.
GE is making quotations and is prepared to deal with the stringent timelines facing utilities in many States.
This one hour presentation can be seen and heard by clicking on the link below.
INTEGRATED APPROACH TO MERCURY CONTROL (April 18, 2007)
On April 18, 2007 GE presented performance data on their systems approach to mercury control during a special webinar facilitated by the McIlvaine Company. Combustion optimization, particulate control and sorbent injection are utilized in a complementary manner to achieve optimum results. This one hour presentation can be seen and heard by clicking on the link below. You can fast forward and stop as well as adjusting the volume.