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WHAT WE DO

Established in 1867, we are the original Babcock & Wilcox, a global leader in advanced energy and environmental technologies and services for power, industrial and renewable markets.

Our business structure is aligned to the markets we serve:

 

Engineering a Better Way to Manufacture Battery Electrodes

GigaCoater

Slot-die tension web coating

B&W MEGTEC’s simultaneous two-sided coating delivers twice the production volume compared to single-side coaters. The dual coating method, in combination with coating rheology and GigaCoater™ machine properties, maximizes production time and delivers in-line quality control.

Florida, USA WtE Plant Wins 2017 Gold Excellence Award

Palm Beach Waste to Energy Facility
SWA of Palm Beach County wins SWANA’s 2017 Waste to Energy Gold Excellence Award

Congratulations to the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County for winning the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) Gold Excellence Award in the Waste-to-Energy category for its new WTE facility. B&W designed and manufactured the plant's three mass-burn, waste-to-energy boilers and its advanced environmental control system.

Oxidizers for VOC and Odor Control                     

Oxidizer

Thermal and catalytic oxidation systems

B&W MEGTEC thermal and catalytic oxidation systems are high efficiency technologies for the destruction of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in exhaust air streams of manufacturing processes.

Your Power Plant Can Survive or Thrive               

Thrive
Aftermarket services to optimize your equipment and operations.  

Our upgrades, retrofits, parts and services have a history of extending the life of equipment, with options that can meet your scheduling, budget and operational goals.

Cement Plant Particulate Emissions                         

Fabric Filter

Controlling particulate emissions is a key factor in cement plant operations.

In this July 2017 article from International Cement Review, K. Sampath Kumar of B&W MEGTEC details a range of options for handling particulates. Take a closer look here. 

SNCR Technology for NOx Reduction in Cement Kilns

Cement Kiln
Cement kiln NOx control through selective non-catalytic reduction

Over the next five years, more existing cement kilns in the USA will use the selective non-catalytic reduction (SNCR) technique to reduce the oxides of nitrogen. In this June 2017 article from World Cement, Loran T. Schmidt and Xiaoming Zhao from B&W MEGTEC address selective non-catalytic reduction for NOx control in cement kilns. Take a closer look here.

NEWS & UPDATES

News

B&W Provides Update on U.K. Renewable Projects
(CHARLOTTE, N.C. – September 27, 2017) – Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. (B&W) (NYSE:BW) reported that it has identified a structural steel issue at a renewable energy project in the United Kingdom.  Management believes that the issue is the result of an engineering error by a subcontractor, and work has been stopped at the project pending further investigation.  Additionally, while the issue has not manifested itself in other projects, the company has proactively stopped work at two renewable projects in the United Kingdom that have similar engineering designs.

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