Mercury Control Systems
Our three step program for mercury control and removal from flue gas streams includes starting with a rental demonstration trailer to test performance of various PAC Sorbents and rates of injection to determine the best solution; selecting the most effective PAC Sorbent, then installing permanent PAC equipment.
IAC’s 3 Step Program
IAC`s fully equipped, 48` long test rig trailer complete with recordation equipment, blower injection system, and bulk bag unloader will come to your site and install temporary sorbent injection wands for a full scale efficiency test.
Several different sorbent`s can be checked for efficiency. Dispusion modeling into the process gas stream with documented removal effectiveness is tested and recorded.
Once the proper injection points and sorbent is selected for maximum efficiency, permanent equipment can be designed and installed. IAC can provide a “turnkey solution”.
- The testing trailer
- Nozzles and manifolds
- Introductive PLC controls for sorbent usage documentation
- Labor for installation
- Technical staff
- Documentation of project results
IAC's Field Testing Program
Using IAC technology and protocol our crew develops a test plan utilizing proprietary IAC sorbents and one or more powdered activated carbon (PAC) sorbents of your choosing. CFD Modeling is used to create a dispersion model, and select best locations for sorbent injection ports.
we will provide
- Replace Bags
- Replace bag cages, clamps and parts as needed
- Dispose of old bags and parts
- Work performed by trained professionals
- Planned outages or emergency response
- Fabrication and installation of required nozzles, manifolds, and multiple injection ports into the duct test zone.
- Coordination of test procedures and data acquisition with testing laboratory technicians.
- Assistance in documenting performance data.