In June 2012, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (part of the World Health Organization) updated
diesel engine exhaust to the classification “carcinogenic to humans (Group 1)”. This is the highest classification
and indicates that diesel exhaust damages the DNA, or genetic material in body cells in a way that leads to cancer.
Emission control treatment (NOx, CO2, PM Can be reduce by our SCR / DOC / DPF) refers to the technologies and techniques used to reduce or eliminate harmful emissions released into the environment by various industrial processes, vehicles, and other sources. The primary goal of emission control treatment is to minimize the amount of harmful pollutants released into the air, water, and soil to protect human health and the environment.
The emissions from power stations or engines typically contain NOx. NOx is a generic term for mono-nitrogen oxides NO and NO2 (nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide). They are produced from the reaction of nitrogen and oxygen
gases in the air during combustion, especially at high temperatures.
In the lower atmosphere, NOx combines with reactive organic gases in the presence of sunlight to form groundlevel ozone, which is the primary component of urban smog. In addition, nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide are components of acid rain, which is a significant problem in the northern hemisphere.
The following substances are
present in diesel exhaust:
A) Ozone (precursors, NOx and VOC)
Effects: eye and respiratory irritants, asthma exacerbation, bronchitis and irreversible lung damage. B) Oxides of nitrogen
Effects: respiratory irritant, immunosuppressant and
asthma exacerbation. C) Carbon monoxide
Effects: headaches, irritability, impaired judgement and
memory, breathlessness, aggravation of angina and
other cardiovascular diseases, developmental toxicity
and death. D) Particulate matter (i.e. soot)
Effects: Respiratory irritant with higher levels associated
with increased incidence of cardiovascular and lung
ECI customize emissions treatment
solutions for all types of applications
Food and beverage
Data and communication canters
Power generation, including:
– Standby power
– Emergency power, and
– Community power.