FRP desulfurization tower is beneficial to the solution of environmental pollution
China is not only a big coal producer, but also a big coal-fired country. In the process of coal combustion, a large number of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides are produced. These harmful gases are discharged into the atmosphere, causing serious pollution to the environment, and also becoming a major factor restricting the sustainable development of national economy and society. The emergence of FRP desulfurization tower has undoubtedly become the best way to solve this problem.
FRP desulfurization tower has many advantages, such as high efficiency of waste gas treatment, corrosion resistance, simple operation and long service life. It has been widely used in various industries, especially in coal and smelting industries, especially with the help of FRP desulfurization tower.
During the 12th Five-Year Plan, the 12th Five-Year Plan for Energy Conservation and Emission Reduction proposed to promote the treatment of fine particulate pollutants in the atmosphere. Moreover, PM2.5 governance is closely related to the power industry. The "Plan" clearly requires that high-emission industries such as thermal power, iron and steel, cement and coal-fired industrial boilers be reformed for efficient dust removal. Therefore, the popularization and application of desulfurization and mercury denitrification technology and dust removal technology will become one of the important issues of social development in the new era.
With the increasing efforts of the State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA) in pollution control of iron and steel and power industries, the industry of desulfurization and denitrification will witness explosive growth in the next few years, and the first-line enterprises will benefit directly. Desulfurization process is a kind of pollutant removal. Avoiding secondary pollution and comprehensive utilization of by-products will be the inevitable requirement of a new mainstream process. The traditional desulfurization process which produces a large number of fixed desulfurization processes does not meet the cycle requirements, and its development will also be constrained during the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan".