Clean Air Power’s technology is applied in both Stationary and Mobile applications
Clean Air Power provides emission reduction solutions to reduce regulated engine emissions by post combustion after-treatment of an engine’s exhaust gases. This emissions reduction technology is integrated into the exhaust system of the engine and is installed in a wide range of applications, including Natural Gas Compression, Power peaker plants, and all stationary / marine engine sources
These systems incorporate catalyzed substrates supplied by specialist manufacturers and can be integrated during the original manufacture / construction, or retrofitted to older existing engines and plants.
Clean Air Power offers three technologies for controlling the major pollutants from stationary gas and diesel powered engines:
- Oxidation catalytic converters of hydrocarbon (HC) and carbon monoxide (CO) emissions
- 3-way catalytic converters to reduce Nox, Co and NMHC emissions
- Selective Catalytic Reduction of nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions (SCR)
New and more stringent legislation is driving the development and application of exhaust after-treatment in all areas where internal combustion engines operate. It is extremely unlikely that developments in base-engine technology will meet these regulations, thus guaranteeing a need for companies to use emissions reduction technology far into the future.
Clean Air Power has recently extended its product range by applying its know-how and experience in catalyst design and manufacture to develop after treatment solutions for vehicles.
These products, employing our technology are used to control emissions from spark ignited gas engines running on natural gas. Natural gas as a road fuel is gaining traction driven by economic and environmental benefits delivered to the operators. There are also strong energy security drivers in markets such as the US where domestically produced Natural gas can replace imported oil.
Clean Air Power's emission reduction engineers can assist you in finding the best solution to reduce your emissions.