B&W’s circulating dry scrubber (CDS) technology is ideal for small footprints and big expectations for SO2 removal.
B&W is the exclusive North American licensee for Enviroserv’s circulating dry scrubber technology (CDS). CDS technology is designed for smaller units with limited space or which have site-specific needs and fire medium- to high-sulfur coals.
Benefits of a CDS:
When integrated with our fabric filter and dry sorbent injection technologies, our CDS offers a packaged approach to particulate, mercury and acid gas control.
B&W provides CDS system for Alliant Energy’s Lansing Station
B&W optimizes its circulating dry scrubber design for each application. This approach provides the end user with an optimized system to reduce long-term power and lime consumption, while providing reliable operation across wide load and fuel ranges, along with lower maintenance costs. See a description of this B&W project at Alliant Energy’s Lansing Station.