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RJM, as part of a consortium, is to modernise the 680MWe lignite-fired power station, Kosovo B, Europe’s most polluting power station.
RJM International, has won two new NOx reduction projects in China at the Linhua Mountain Resort in Jinan, Shandong and at Xinjiang in north-west China.
RJM has completed Phase 1 of the Front-End Engineering and Design tests and studies for this revolutionary new fuel conversion project.
RJM has just retro-fitted nine of its new ultra-low NOx gas-fired CleanAir Burners™ to three 116MWth industrial hot water boilers that form part of a district heating scheme in the Fengtai district of Beijing.
The project relates to a burner upgrade project to ensure full IED compliance on Boiler K4 at a power plant in Kralupy, Czech Republic. The power is used by a Synthos facility making rubber and polystyrene products.
This Ultra-Low NOx upgrade project at AES Ballylumford B has enabled the generator to deliver additional capacity into the grid in Northern Ireland.
RJM customer SSE Ferrybridge was the subject of a BBC Four documentary, “Power to the people; Keeping the lights on.”
First shown: 9pm Tuesday 17th November 2015.
RJM will install 28 of its ground-breaking Ultra-Low NOx Burners on the 500MWe Unit 7 and also carry out modifications to the BOFA system to further improve combustion.