• New DeNOx Probe Launched at Achema

Air Monitoring

New DeNOx Probe Launched at Achema

Jul 26 2012

Formation of ammonia salts, typically taking place in DeNOx processes, block and damage lines. As a countermeasure, Bühler Technologies (Germany) has developed a DeNOx probe, which combines our reliable gas probe technology with integrated salts and aerosols washing. Sample gas enters the probe, which is heated to maximum 280°C, filtered and subsequently directed downwards into a glass vessel containing glass beads. The formed condensate including the ammonia salts are removed via a peristaltic pump whilst the gas continues to the heated line. Due to the removal of ammonia, standard gas conditioning equipment can follow thereafter. A weather protection housing and frost protection are included as standard to permit external operation.

Digital Edition

AET 28.2 April/May 2024

May 2024

Business News - Teledyne Marine expands with the acquisition of Valeport - Signal partners with gas analysis experts in Korea Air Monitoring - Continuous Fine Particulate Emission Monitor...

View all digital editions


BWCE 2024

May 23 2024 Beijing, China

CEPE 2024

May 23 2024 Beijing, China


May 29 2024 Beijing, China


May 29 2024 Astana, Kazakhstan

ASMS Conference

Jun 02 2024 Anaheim, CA, USA

View all events