Dry Emission Reduction

Case Studies

Duke Energy - New Albany Plant

  • Plant located in New Albany, Mississippi, Contract awarded Dec. 1998, Start-up April 1999
  • Originally constructed for Enron International by TTS
  • Unit Relocations – Six (6) GE Frame 7B units from Korea to the US
  • Units initially operating on liquid fuel, firing at 1865°F
  • Units converted to gas fuel low NOX combustors, increased firing temperature to 1965-2020°F
  • Upgrades included: Fuel control system design and install, TTS Control System, and low NOX system control sequencing
  • Units operated below 15 ppm NOX

Doyle LLC

  • Plant located in Monroe, Georgia, Contract Awarded mid-1999, Start-up mid-2000
  • Originally constructed for Enron International by TTS
  • Unit Relocations – three (3) GE Frame 7Bs: one (1) from North America, two (2) from Korea
  • Units initially operating on liquid fuel, firing at 1865°F
  • Units converted to gas fuel low NOX combustors, increased firing temperature to 1965-2020°F
  • Upgrades included: Fuel control system design and installation, TTS Control System, and low NOX system control sequencing
  • Units operated below 15 ppm NOX

Desert Power Project

  • Plant relocated to Rowley, Utah
  • Owned by DQ holdings LLC
  • Unit Relocations – Two (2) Hitachi Frame 6B machines to US
  • Units initially operating on liquid fuel with water injection
  • Power conversion from 50 Hz to 60 Hz
  • Units converted to gas fuel low NOX combustors
  • TTS took over project and converted the units to DER
  • Units run SPS DER systems including combustion hardware
  • Units achieved below 25 ppm NOX

El Paso Eagle Point Cogen

  • Located in Smithville, New Jersey
  • Owned by El Paso Corporation
  • Two (2) 7EA units initially Multi-Nozzle Quiet Combustor dual fuel system with steam injection for NOx reduction
  • Units converted to SPS DER dual fuel system with water injection for liquid NOx reduction.
  • First non-OEM conversions with dual fuel water injection & bleed heat manifolds for 60% turndown
  • First non-OEM 7EA Dry Low NOX conversions
  • Units guaranteed for 9 ppm NOX 15 ppm CO and beat these targets
  • Units are uprated to 2035˚F firing temperature