Title: Ispra MARK 13A, a New Process for Flue Gas Desulphurization
Authors: VAN VELZEN Daniel
Citation: Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry vol. 20-21 p. 515-518
Publication Year: 1989
JRC N°: JRC5717
URI: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC5717
Type: Articles in periodicals and books
Abstract: THE NEW FLUE GAS DESULPHURIZATION PROCESS HAS BEEN INVENTED IN 1979 AT THE CEC-JRC IN ISPRA. THIS WET SCRUBBING REGENERATIVE PROCESS PRODUCES TWO VALUABLE CHEMICALS, SULPHURIC ACID AND HYDROGEN AND DOES NOT GENERATE ANY WASTE WATER. A PILOT PLANT OF THE PROCESS WAS BUILT BY THE FIRM FERLINI AT THE SARAS REFINERY IN SARDINIA; THE EC PARTICIPATED FINANCIALLY IN THE PROJECT AND HAS THE FINAL SUPERVISION. THE CAPACITY OF THEE PILOT PLANT IS 32,000 M3/H OF FLUE GAS PRODUCED BY THE PRODUCTION OF A MIXTURE OF HEAVY FUEL OIL AND REFINERY GAS.
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