Case Study: Power Generation - Condensate Style 204EVS Expansion Joint

A co-generation power station producing electricity for the local area using a combination of natural gas and coal. The facility, which began commercial operations in 1976, consists of two 865-megawatt coal-fired units. These units are capable of producing 1,840 megawatts of electricity, and on average, can supply enough energy to power approximately one million homes. Electrostatic precipitators on units 1 and 2 remove more than 99% of the fly ash from the boiler exhaust stream. A digital boiler control system, low NOx burners and Selective Catalytic Reactors, installed since initial operation, have reduced nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions by almost 90%. The use of cooling towers and the closed-loop steam cycle prevent thermal pollution