Introduction

 

Stationary engines

Introduction

Gas engines

Diesel engines                           (including vegetable oil)

Combined systems

Hardly any other area is as diverse and heterogeneous as the market for stationary engines. Application ranges from emergency generators to combined heat and power units, pumps or compressors up to electric generators on boats or other mobile machines. The engine sizes, fuels used and combustion processes are correspondingly divers.

 

The differing combustion processes, such as

  •     auto-ignition
  •     spark ignition
  •     pilot injection engine
  •     lean-burn engine, or even
  •     lambda-controlled combustion process

 

as well as the most varied fuels, such as

  •     biogas
  •     biomethane
  •     natural gas
  •     landfill gas
  •     gas from purification plants
  •     mine gas
  •     diesel
  •     heating oil
  •     heavy fuel oil
  •     rapeseed oil
  •     soybean oil
  •     palm oil

 

call for the most varied exhaust gas reduction concepts.

The various engines are also all subject to differing emissions legislation and limit values – for example TA Luft or other regulations from 1 MW engine power in Germany. In theory, however, the entire body of exhaust gas aftertreatment technology can be used depending on the combustion process, from OC to DOC; SCR or DPF for combustion using the diesel engine principle. Fuel Water Emulsion (FWE) can be used as a highly-efficient basic technology for liquid fuels. For the vast majority of applications, we can offer you an exhaust gas reduction system modified especially to suit your requirements. Contact us for a consultation.

 

 
                          

 

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