Introduction to WSA technology

The WSA process is a wet gas catalytic process. The concentrated sulfuric acid is produced by condensation from a wet process gas. Drying of the process gas prior to treatment in a WSA plant therefore becomes superfluous, hence generation of waste water and loss of sulfur are avoided.

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The future of grading

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SynCOR™ | Long term cost + CAPEX

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SynCOR™ | Lower emission CO2, NOx and resource consumption

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SynCOR™ | Produce more for less

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ClearView™ Ammonia | Performance-enhancing insights

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