RJM in Czech Republic plant upgrade

UK emissions solutions company RJM International is upgrading a boiler at a power plant in the Czech Republic.

The work is need to bring the plant in Kralupy into compliance with the Industrial Emissions Directive and will utilize RJM’s ultra-low NOx Gas CleanAir Burner.

Located northwest of Prague, the plant delivers power to a rubber and polystyrene manufacturing facility.

The project was started in November and is scheduled to last for nine months, with commissioning and full operation planned for around September this year.

RJM managing director John Goldring said, “Our award-winning ultra-low NOx Gas CleanAir Burner is ideally suited to this type of retrofit application, and the innovative technology that is at the heart of our burner means we can help our customers meet their IED limits on primary measures only, in a highly cost-effective manner.

RJM International has recently completed an ultra-low NOx burner refit on a set of gas-fired boilers at a district heating plant in a suburb of Beijing.

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