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Nationwide Boiler Inc. recently completed the retrofit of two 55,000 lb/hr natural gas fired boilers with a common Ammonia-Free CataStak™ selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system at the NRG Energy Center San Francisco. The SCR system utilizes Combustion Components Associates, Inc. (CCA) patented TRIM-NOX® urea injection system and is an urea based solution offered as an alternative to anhydrous ammonia. This system eliminates the need for end-users to store or handle ammonia, which typically requires a HAZMAT safety program if stored in volumes greater than five-hundred pounds.

If you have a project that needs to meet tough NOx emission limits, call Nationwide Boiler today. We have the innovative, proven solution.

Read this project’s Addition of Package Boiler Ensures Meeting Contractual Obligations today!

 

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Tradeshow season is in full force, and Nationwide Boiler will be on the road again in March for two more tradeshow conferences.

To start us off, Larry Day will be visiting San Diego, CA for the Western Turbine Users Conference (WTUI) at the San Diego Convention Center, March 10 – 13. If you plan on attending the show, be sure to stop by our booth to visit with Mr. Day and learn how Nationwide Boiler can provide your company with proven and reliable solutions with our CataStak™ SCR System for gas fired turbines, reducing emissions to as low as 2 ½ ppm NOx.

That same week, Nationwide’s Sales Engineer Tim McBride will travel to Portland, OR for the Western Regional Boiler Association Conference (WRBA), March 12 – 14. The show will take place at the Red Lion Hotel on the River in Jantzen Beach, OR and will include a number of presentations with specific topics related to boiler operations. To see a preliminary agenda for the conference or register for the show, visit the WRBA website. And don’t forget to visit Mr. McBride to obtain information about our complete line of rental boilers, new and used boiler systems for sale, emergency contingency planning and low NOx solutions.

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In an attempt to comply with new strict air quality regulations, companies have cut back on their use of coal and have instead been using natural gas to generate electrical power in U.S. power plants. According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), from March 2011 to March 2012, power plants in the U.S. increased natural gas consumption by 40%.

With the many new regulations targeting air pollution and specific chemicals released into the air, coal is not the cheap alternative anymore. In fact, a natural gas plant can comply with the EPA’s proposed standards at a much lower cost than a coal plant. This is because in order for a coal-fired plant to comply with new regulations, they must install CCS technology, or carbon capture and storage technologies, which can cost up to twice as much as energy generated through natural gas. Clearly, natural gas is the cheaper, safer and more efficient way to generate electrical power.

Recently, Nationwide Boiler was involved in a coal-to-gas plant conversion at Duke University. We provided two rental boilers throughout the project to provide supplemental steam to the plant. Overall, the conversion of Duke’s steam plants has helped the University take a significant step towards its goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2024. To learn more about the project, click here to read our case study.

Source: Natural Gas & Coal Square Off, by Lindsay Morris. Power Engineering Magazine.

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