BHEL signs pact with Korean firm

The pact will enable BHEL to enhance its offerings for emission control systems

GN Bureau | July 2, 2018


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BHEL has inked an agreement with a Republic of Korea firm to design and manufacture SCR Catalysts for De-NOx application in coal power plants to be commissioned with high capacity emission control equipment.

 
To comply with the norms of SOx and NOx emission, issued by the ministry of environment and forest (MoEF) for thermal power plants, BHEL has geared up to provide modern solutions by offering suitable flue gas clean-up and emission control systems.
The agreement will enable BHEL to enhance its offerings for emission control systems and it covers modern technology for designing, engineering and
manufacturing of SCR Catalysts.
 
BHEL will be the first Indian company to possess technology and manufacturing capabilities for plate type SCR Catalysts as part of the Make in India initiative. The Korean company is a leading manufacturer of SCR Catalysts and associated raw materials and has supplied SCR Catalysts to various countries like Germany, France, Italy, China, Taiwan, besides Korea.
 

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