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GORE® DeNOx Catalytic Filter Bags: HeidelbergCement Reduces NOx and NH₃ Emissions Far Below Limit Values

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses GORE Filter Bags - By Industry

HeidelbergCement AG's Paderborn cement plant has undergone continuous development since it was founded in 1926. Today's advanced methods of cement production have fundamentally transformed this plant's operations.

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Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

GORE DeNOx Catalytic Filter Bags reduce NOx and NH3 with minimum or no changes in the existing process and equipment.

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Case Study: GORE® DeNOx Catalytic Filter Bags – Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator, Villefranche sur Saône, France

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

In 2013, the city of Villefranche (France) requested that its municipal waste incinerator reduce its emission levels to < 80 mg/Nm3 NOx and < 10 mg/Nm3 NH3, especially necessary given the plant’s close proximity to the city of Lyon. However, the plant didn’t want to compromise its incineration capacity in its efforts to reduce emissions.

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Case Study: GORE® DeNOx Catalytic Filter Bags – Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator, Padova, Italy

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

The HESTAMBIENTE Municipal Waste incinerator, part of HERA group, is located in Padova (Italy). Due to tight regulations, the incinerator needed to significantly reduce its line 1 NOx emissions.

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Case Study: GORE® DeNOx Catalytic Filter Bags – Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator, Limoges, France

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

The waste incinerator CEDLM in Limoges (France) was proactively looking for efficient solutions to reduce NOx emissions to a 80 mg/Nm3 level, making them eligible for emission-related tax benefits.

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