Reagent injection systems for the reduction of acidic and dioxin substances
Reagent injection systems generally consist of a storage station, a dosage station and a duct injection section.
Their main purpose is to neutralise/ absorb reagent used on the treated substance.
Storage generally consists of an automatically loaded silos or a tank/hopper manually loaded with 20 kg bags or big bags. All this depends on hourly reagent consumption rates.
An automatic doser is used to carry out dosage, complete with a scraper and discharging auger inside the pneumatic relaunch duct. Weighing cells will detect actual consumptions which are viewable in a PID.
A relaunch ventilator is used for injection into the main duct, with relative piping.
Reagents used in this sector include hydrated super ventilated lime, active carbon or a sorbalite 90% lime + 10% active carbon solution.