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CMS Leads the Way in Dry Sorbent Injection Technology

13-12-2017
CMS Leads the Way in Dry Sorbent Injection Technology

 

 

Using a state-of-the-art sorbent processing system to combat pollutants such as mercury (HG), sulfur dioxide (SO2), sulfur trioxide (SO3), hydrochloric acids (HCI) as well as particulates, CMS is helping industries to reduce their carbon foot print. Equipment is designed with total versatility in mind from portable solutions to full-scale production-size systems.

 

The complete CMS system allows the user to process material directly from the bulk bag to injection points, as well as the ability to mill product and send to an injection point. Not only does this reduce emissions, it proves that sorbent technologies are the most efficient, cost-effective way to reduce air pollution. Additionally, the system includes plug-and-play features and its own stand and supports. The end-user simply brings power to the system.

 

The company was recently contracted by Solvay Chemicals to design, engineer, build and install the Owensboro Riverport Authority’s Harbour Road Terminal facility in Owensboro, Kentucky, one of the world’s largest SBC processing plants.

Using a state-of-the-art sorbent processing system to combat pollutants such as mercury (HG), sulfur dioxide (SO2), sulfur trioxide (SO3), hydrochloric acids (HCI) as well as particulates, CMS is helping industries to reduce their carbon foot print. Equipment is designed with total versatility in mind from portable solutions to full-scale production-size systems.

 

The complete CMS system allows the user to process material directly from the bulk bag to injection points, as well as the ability to mill product and send to an injection point. Not only does this reduce emissions, it proves that sorbent technologies are the most efficient, cost-effective way to reduce air pollution. Additionally, the system includes plug-and-play features and its own stand and supports. The end-user simply brings power to the system.

 

 

 

                             

Silos storing sodium bicarbonate at Owensboro Riverport

Authority’s Harbour Road Terminal facility, Owensboro, Kentucky


The company was recently contracted by Solvay Chemicals to design, engineer, build and install the Owensboro Riverport Authority’s Harbour Road Terminal facility in Owensboro, Kentucky, one of the  world’s largest SBC processing plants.


Solvay’s bicarbonate SOLVAir® SBC product needed to be processed and supplied to a regional base-load coal fired facility. Within a short timeline, CMS installed five 300-horsepower sorbent milling lines.


The installation is one of the largest of its kind in the world and an example of how CMS continues to service the process industry in the design, manufacture and supply of classifier mills and air 

pollution control technologies.


When asked about their success, CEO Todd Vanderhart said, “Currently many plants are using very expensive technologies to reduce fossil fuel emissions and toxins. Our dry sorbent technology is something we’ve developed over the past 12 years and it’s more efficient and affordable.”


Customers continue to benefit from CMS’s expertise in dry sorbent injection and their understanding of regulatory compliance.


"Its all about team work and being surrounded by persons with the same goal in mind, namely to make sure the customer gets more than what they asked for and is happy on a long-term basis," Vanderhart added.


The CMS dry sorbent injection system has become a world-wide standard for use in controlling SO2, SO3 and HCl emissions. In particular, the Asia-Pacific region, especially China—where increased government mandates are in place to clean up the air—has become a huge market for CMS.


CMS assists with plant design, preliminary engineering, site consultation, mechanical and electrical installation, complete auxillary equipment supply and operator training. Due to their excellence in supplying top quality and efficient solutions in the processing industry, CMS continues to outperform their competition.

 

Left to right: CMS’s Todd Vanderhart, CEO; George Godden,

Sales Manager; Christina Bennewitz, Vice President

 

 

 

For more information, contact CMS today.

Phone: (905) 456-6700

Toll Free: 1-877-353-MILL (6455)

Email: info@cms-can.com