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How Selective Catalytic Reduction Can Reduce NOx in Modern Power Stations
Efficient flue gas cleaning is used in modern power stations, and one method used to reduce NOx is the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) process. It uses NH3 for the conversion of NOx to nitrogen and water. It even works in high dust concentrations, high temperatures, and high gas velocities. Learn more about the SCR Bypass System from SICK.