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of global plant improvements
Achieving record-breaking ultra-low NOx emissions while improving combustion efficiency and resolving operational problems
RJM ultra-low NOx technology has achieved record breaking emissions results—a typical NOx reduction project can offer 50-80% NOx reduction depending on the fuel type and baseline performance.
Our ultra-low NOx burners have achieved:
For all projects, RJM ensures that combustion efficiency (emissions of CO and residual carbon-in-ash) is either maintained or improved, depending on the customer’s performance objectives.
RJM frequently helps its global generator customers resolve operational challenges such as slagging, fouling, combustion imbalance or instability, poor efficiency, steam temperature issues and other issues such as fuel switching, fuel blending and co-firing.
Discover some of the common plant problems that RJM is helping global energy companies to resolve:
Many plants suffer financial losses due to these common problems—RJM has developed innovative solutions and products to substantially improve plant profitability.
How we work
RJM follows a roadmap for tackling combustion challenges and has a strong track record in delivering cost-effective solutions that work.
RJM is committed to supporting its customers following an upgrade project and maintaining optimal plant performance in the longer term. A wide range of RJM spare parts are available, as well as OEM replacement parts, designed and manufactured by RJM. In addition, RJM can offer customers a Technical Services Agreement that offers ongoing support across key areas such as material handling, technical engineering, combustion and emissions. RJM also offers a remote plant monitoring service that can identify potential problem trends before they become a critical issue and highlight areas where incremental performance improvements can be achieved.
Improving reliability and meeting new ELV of 200mg/Nm3
New lignite-fired 345MWe plant unable to operate stably and efficiently across the full load range and meet LCPD ELV of 200mg/Nm3 or below for new plants.
Ultra-low NOx burner upgrade to meet IED compliance
This 1970s era plant had opted out of the LCPD and was set to close. In order to remain operational beyond 2016, the plant was required to re-register as a new plant and meet the more stringent IED emissions standards applicable to new plants.
Full range of RJM services to improve efficiency and reduce NOx emissions
AES-VCM Mong Duong II
Firing a local anthracite coal, both boilers on this newly-built plant suffered severe slag build-up resulting in frequent and large slag falls and unstable combustion, causing frequent loss of flame and unit trips.
Ultra-low NOx burner upgrade to reduce NOx
To reduce NOx emissions as low as possible with primary measures on a 500MWe coal-fired boiler and enable maximum generation under the Transitional National Plan.