Advancements in GE’s electrostatic precipitator (ESP) technologies over the past decade have produced continued improvement in particulate removal efficiency, reductions in capital costs, and footprint.
Our high-quality and cost-effective AQCS equipment and services can be adapted to our customers’ needs, regardless of their industry—including power generation, aluminum, iron and steel, oil and gas, cement, waste-to-energy, biomass, pulp and paper, nonferrous metals, and others.
Since 1983, our technology center in Växjö, Sweden—one of the largest in the world in the field of environmental control solutions—has been at the forefront of advanced R&D for air quality and CO2 control solutions.
Focusing on technology innovation and product validation, it has test halls for pilot operations and flow modeling, an analytical laboratory specializing in particle and environmental analyses, an instrument workshop, high voltage facilities for ESP electrical testing (SIR, T/R sets), and a mechanical workshop for pilot equipment manufacturing.
Our fabric filters offer a flexible alternative, especially when dust characteristics are challenging or variable.
GE can assist with a boiler flue gas analysis to determine the best approach to lower flue gas emissions.
Lower particulate emissions with wet flue gas desulfurization—the most common technology for SOx control for 40+ years.
High NOx reduction rates make our flexible and compact selective catalytic reduction technology the right choice for post-combustion NOx control.
Our Filsorption* and Mer-Cure* approaches to handling volatile organic compounds have worked across industries for 25 years.