Efficient ammonia desulfurization (EADS) is the core service of JET. From the reaction between NH3 and SO2, it is capable of efficiently removing SO2 from the exhaust gas and also producing valuable fertilizer, ammonium sulfate. Compared to the most widely used limestone-gypsum process in boiler flue gas treatment, the EADS is more efficient, consumes less power, and produces no waste water or solids. Furthermore, 1 ton of SO2 removed by the limestone-gypsum process generates 0.7 ton of CO2 , while the EADS generates zero green house gas. In 2015, the successful development of the ultrasonic agglomeration technology further improved the performance of EADS in SO2 and particulate [particularly] emissions control.
Please find more details on EADS and its application of boiler flue gas treatment in the following links:
- Multi-functional absorber
- Boiler flue gas desulfurization
- Ultrasound enhanced desulfuization and particulate control