TSK applies Sea Water Flue Gas Desulfurization (SWFGD) to its technology for extracting sulfur dioxide from flue gas exhausts
The inherent alkalinity of sea water positions it as an optimal absorbent, and it can also be used as cooling water in SWFGD systems for coal-fired power plants.
Cost-effective, productive, and environmentally friendly, the TSK SWFGD procedure features financial and ecological benefits. Ease of use and energy efficiency both contribute to its low footprint and minimal investment costs.
Furthermore, it's competitively priced compared to the conventional lime-gypsum process, and doesn't require any treatment of by-products.
Since only air and seawater are utilised there's no need for other chemical absorbents, nor is it necessary to implement material and lime handling facilities.
Unlike when handling lime, there are no clogging-related issues with SWFGD. As opposed to implementing gypsum, the production process is simpler, and ultimately requires fewer operators.
TSK currently has SWFGD units in Japan, Thailand, China, Mexico, and Morocco.
Discover more about TSK's Sea Water Flue Gas Desulfurization by visiting its dedicated site.