FGD Wastewater Treatment Plants
Wastewater Treatment Plants for Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD) and other Power Plant Applications
Galvatek’s wastewater treatment plant solutions for power plant applications are typically part of the flue gas cleaning systems of coal-fired power plants, but also in biomass power plants.
Heavy metal removal application in flue gas cleaning plants
The main purpose of these plants is to remove heavy metals and suspended solids from the effluent of a flue gas cleaning plant, which further prevents damage to the environment by substances entering the sewage system. Each plant is tailor-made and designed according to the customer’s specific requirements.
Sulphur neutralisation process in challenging environments
Flue gas desulphurisation plants (FGDP) remove sulphur from flue gas. The effluent from these plants is effectively treated by our wastewater treatment plants utilising the physical-chemical process (neutralization process). Typically lime (Ca(OH)2) or caustic soda (NaOH) is used as the neutralising agent. These plants are designed for challenging environments with high levels of chlorine, temperatures, suspended solids, dissolved metals and abrasive substances.
Up to 50 m3/h capacity
The wastewater treatment plants of flue gas cleaning plants are always scaled and designed according to the needs of the customer and the quantity of the wastewater to be treated. Typically these plants can process up to 50 m3/h, but Galvatek can also deliver larger plants as required.