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Johnson Matthey announces Concat™ IC SCR system for stationary engines

8 January 2013

Johnson Matthey’s Stationary Emissions Control (SEC) group announced a new SCR system for stationary diesel and natural gas engines. The new, compact Concat™ IC SCR System can be 30 to 40% less costly than a typical SCR system, yet offers the same NOx reduction performance, according to Johnson Matthey. The system was introduced at the PowerGen 2012 show in Orlando, Florida.

Featuring a more compact design, this latest SCR system from Johnson Matthey provides more flexibility in housing design, especially for installations where space is at a premium. With the Concat IC SCR System, for the same NOx reduction performance as a typical system, as much as 70% smaller space claim and 50% less weight can be realized.

The new Concat IC SCR system for diesel or natural gas engines is suited for both new projects and for retrofitting into existing installations.

Johnson Matthey SCR system with compact and typical housing

Source: Johnson Matthey