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Visit Us Next Week at CIBO’s Industrial Emissions Conference

Nationwide Boiler’s Director of Sales, Bill Testa, will be in Portland, ME next week attending the Council of Industrial Boiler Owners (CIBO) Industrial Emissions Control Technology Conference and Workshop.

This conference is all about emissions and environmental compliance. There will be many informative presentations for attendees, ranging from current and future emissions regulations to new technology available for improved energy efficiency. It’s also a great networking event for boiler owners and operators to discuss compliance methods, current problems, and potential solutions for emissions reduction.

Visit Bill at table #5 to learn how our CataStak™ SCR system can be utilized for single-digit NOx emissions and compliance with current and future standards. Be sure to ask about Nationwide Boiler’s newest product, the DataStak™ Emissions and Efficiency Monitoring System. The DataStak provides real-time, unified data at your fingertips, all from one convenient, on-site source. Learn more at the show – we hope to see you there!

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1 PPM NOx Achieved with Nationwide's CataStak SCR!

CataStak SCR System

Did you know that Nationwide Boiler's CataStak SCR system can reduce NOx emissions by as much as 99%? Recent source test results from a rental customer in the Central Valley of California prove just that!

Nationwide Boiler is currently renting a 70,000 lb/hr trailer-mounted package watertube boiler and CataStak SCR system to a tomato processing facility with strict emission limits of 5 ppm NOx. The source test was performed under normal season loads, in several 30 minute runs, and tested for NOx, CO and ammonia slip. Results show that the system emitted only 0.7 ppm NOx with 0.39 ppm ammonia slip! In addition to the superior NOx control that our system provides, low ammonia slip illustrates the effectiveness of our design related to the mixing of ammonia and NOx prior to the catalyst.

We are proud that our system can produce such extraordinary results and reduce our customer's emissions to meet the stringent and ever-changing air requirements. For more information, read our latest press release!

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What is NOx - And Why Control It?

We proudly promote the Nationwide Boiler CataStak™ Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) System for single-digit NOx emissions on package boilers and other fired equipment. Have you ever wondered exactly what NOx is, and, why reducing NOx emissions and your carbon footprint is important?  

NOx refers to nitrogen oxides. It is a generic term for a group of highly reactive gases containing oxygen and nitrogen in varying amounts. NOx forms when fuel is burned at high temperatures, like in a burner combustion process. Package boilers, fired heaters, gas turbines, heat recovery steam generators, and other fired equipment will produce varying levels of NOx, depending on the type of fuel, the burner construction and arrangement, and if any SCR technology is being used.

In short, reducing NOx emissions into the atmosphere will reduce a number of health and environmental hazards linked to the harmful pollutant. NOx has been linked to ground-level ozone, acid rain, water quality deterioration, global warming, and a number of significant respiratory issues.

The EPA and state air boards have been instrumental in the reduction of stack emissions since the 70’s, and Nationwide Boiler has been using and selling CataStak™ SCR systems to continue the trend. Check out this informative article for more detailed information on the harmful effects of NOx and how the EPA is working to control it.

https://goo.gl/61L9JG

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0.61 EMR Achieved!

Nationwide Boiler is proud to announce that we have achieved an Experience Modification Rate (EMR) of 0.61, the lowest rate possible for our company! A low EMR exhibits our commitment to safe work practices and continuous on the job training. 

An Experience Modification Rate is a numeric representation of a company’s safety record, used by the insurance company for workers’ compensation policies.  The industry average EMR is 1.0, and we are well below the average!

Nationwide Boiler’s Health, Safety & Environmental Manager, Holly Lepo, leads the company’s safety program, which includes over 60 individual safety modules ranging from abrasive wheel grinding to workplace violence. Since 2005, Holly has been developing, implementing, training, and fine tuning the program with the help of ISNETworld and Avetta contractor qualification networks. 

We would like to thank Holly and the employees of Nationwide Boiler for your hard work and dedication to safety, allowing us to achieve this excellent EMR rate.

View our latest press release for more information. 

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