IAC offers permanent solutions to reduce Sox, SO2 and SO3, and HCI from boiler flue gasses with our Dry Sorbent Injection (DSI) Solutions. With the largest rentable mobile testing fleet, IAC offers the most cost effective way to maintain compliance with our low maintenance proven technology. This is a highly efficient equipment package from a cost and “footprint” standpoint.
During this process, IAC’s DSI Systems inject dry sorbent into the flue gas after the boiler in order to reduce concentrations of acid gasses (SO2, HCI and HF). These are highly regulated gases that are linked to acid rain. With IAC’s Two-Step Process, the powdered sorbent is injected into the flue gas and the compound is removed downstream by the existing precipitator or baghouse.
IAC will be highlighting our DSI and Baghouse Technology by sponsoring, exhibiting and speaking at the upcoming Dry Scrubber’s User’s Association Conference September 10-12, 2019 in Kansas City, Missouri. This conference will be held at the Westin Crown Center in Kansas City and focuses on Dry Scrubber Technology for Flue Gas Treatment. An evening reception at Top Golf on Tuesday September 10th will take place from 6pm-8pm, come on out and enjoy an evening of hitting golf balls and networking with IAC personnel. IAC will be exhibiting our capabilities at the Vendor Night Exhibition and Networking Event on Wednesday September 11th from 6:45PM- 8:45PM. Then on Thursday, don’t miss IAC’s Mike Gregory present at 11am over “Strategic Use of Temporary Injection Systems (DSI & PAC).”
We look forward to seeing you at the conference!