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Stationary Engines

Internal Combustion (IC) engines are used in a variety of Stationary Applications ranging from power generation to inert gas production. Depending on the application, Stationary IC engines range in size from relatively small (~50 hp) for agricultural irrigation purposes to thousands of horsepower for Power generation. A variety of fuels can be used for IC engines including natural gas, diesel and gasoline.

The operation of IC engines results in the emission of Hydrocarbons (NMHC or VOC), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), and Particulate Matter (PM).

Environment Technology Emission Control
Lean-burn Engines Oxidation catalyst
Lean-NOx catalysts
Diesel Particulate Filter Systems
NMHC, CO, and PM
NOx, CO, NMHC, and PM
Rich-burn Engines NSCR Catalyst NOx, CO, NMHC

Stationary applications for IC engines include gas compression, pumping, power generation, cogeneration, irrigation, and inert gas production. IC engines use a variety of fuels and run rich or lean.

emissions control solutions | catalyst products | oxidation catalyst | catalytic converters | catalyst substrate | emissions control devices
pollution control catalysts | exhaust purifier | nanotechnology | three way catalyst | non-selective catalytic reduction
selective catalytic reduction | RICE NESHAPs