Dry sorption processes for purifying gaseous inorganic pollutants are playing an increasingly important role in reducing emissions. This is reflected in the significant market shares they have now achieved: they are already pioneers in Europe and Korea; China and large parts of Asia are following suit. The facts are clear: flue gas cleaning with sodium hydrogen carbonate has long proved its worth and is now the state of the art.
Sodium hydrogen carbonate performs excellently in cleaning of flue gas. Particularly when incinerating waste, scrap tyres and other critical materials outstanding cleaning effects are achieved using sodium hydrogen carbonate: the pollutants HCl and SOx can thus be separated from the flue gases, thereby reducing emission.