How Does Flue Gas Desulfurization Work?


Flue gas desulfurization, known as FGD is the technology used for removing sulphur dioxide from the exhaust flue gases of power plants that burn oil or coal to produce steam for the turbines that drive their electricity generators.
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Flue gas desulfurization is the process removing sulphur or SO2 from the boiler exhaust gas after it has passed through the precipitator, using three absorber vessels using limestone slurry. Residue from this process is used to produce wallboard gypsum.
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