The Montour plant is replacing an existing wet SO3 removal system with dry sorbent injection technology to improve overall reliability and lower operating costs. UCC performed Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) predictive modeling and applied its predictive modeling database to ensure effective SO3 removal performance and operation reliability in accordance with the plant’s operating permit. The new systems will be installed on two 750MW units with project completion scheduled for late 2010.
The 1500-megawatt Montour plant has advanced environmental control technologies including flue gas scrubbers, electrostatic precipitators and selective catalytic reduction.
“Our proven dry sorbent injection technology addresses overall plant performance through predictive modeling, on-site testing, demonstration, system design and supply, installation, and commissioning,” according to Dan Charhut, UCC vice president. “The PPL Montour contract award is a testament to our industry-leading experience and knowledge in dry sorbent injection technology.”
United Conveyor Corp. (UCC) is a global leader in ash handling solutions for the power generation industry and preferred supplier for dry sorbent injection and reagent handling expertise. Since 1920, UCC has been committed to the design, supply, construction, and maintenance of world class conveyor systems precisely engineered to better serve utility providers.
UCC owns and operates a steel fabrication facility to maintain direct control over quality and timely delivery of manufactured components and replacement parts guaranteed to meet or exceed stringent customer performance requirements. The company offers a global network of sales and service representatives serving customers and installations spanning six continents. For more information, visit www.unitedconveyor.com.