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    EMKO Co Ltd Awarded Patent for Apparatus for Treating Exhaust Gas of Thermal Plant

    September 22, 2021 - Environmental Patent News


      Alexandria, Sept. 22 -- EMKO Co Ltd has been awarded a patent for apparatus for treating exhaust gas of thermal plant. This invention was developed by Jo Han-Jae and Lee Seung Jae. The patent application number is 16/740,801. The International Patent Classification codes are F01D 25/30 (20060101), B01D 53/94 (20060101), B01F 3/04 (20060101) and B01F 5/04 (20060101). Cooperative Patent Classification codes are F01D 25/305 (20130101), B01F 5/0475 (20130101), B01F 5/0486 (20130101), B01D 53/9431 (20130101), B01F 3/04049 (20130101), B01D 2255/20738 (20130101), B01D 2255/502 (20130101), F05D 2220/32 (20130101), B01D 2255/1021 (20130101) and B01D 2255/20723 (20130101).

      The abstract released by U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states, "An apparatus for treating exhaust gas of a thermal power plant according to the present invention includes: a diffusion module part controlling an exhaust gas flow between a duct disposed at a rear end of a gas turbine of the thermal power plant and the gas turbine to guide the exhaust gas flow toward an inner wall of the duct; a plurality of injection nozzles installed in a flow section in the duct in which the exhaust gas guided toward the inner wall of the duct from the diffusion module part flows, and protruding from the inner wall of the duct; a fluid supply pipe connected to the injection nozzles and extending outside the duct; a fluid supply part supplying a pollutant treatment fluid in liquid phase to the injection nozzles through the fluid supply pipe; and a catalyst module disposed at rear ends of the injection nozzles."


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