By cleaning flue gases, the amount of environmentally hazardous emissions can be sharply reduced.
Mist elimination from Munters is a part of this process. One example of this technology being utilized is in coal-fired power plants.
Many power plants are fired with coal, which naturally results in problems with air pollution. Sulphur emissions from power plants result in acid rain, causing widespread damage to buildings and the environment.
National governments have therefore introduced stringent regulations to reduce the emissions that cause acid rain.
The flue-gas cleaning process uses the mist elimination technology developed by Munters. Numerous successful projects have been conducted in Asia, Europe and many other regions around the world in which the flue gas from coal power plants was cleaned. The process, which is called desulfurization, takes place in a process tower through which the flue gases pass before going out through the plant's chimneys.
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