Field Testing New "Super" Boiler

Blankinship, Steve
November 2006
Power Engineering;Nov2006, Vol. 110 Issue 11, p182
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the industrial steam-generation system of Gas Technology Institute (GTI) that offers advance emission reduction benefits and fuel cost efficiency. Cleaver-Brooks has provided GTI with packaged boilers for system applications. The system ability to reduce nitrogen oxide is discussed. Sponsoring agencies of the project are cited.


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