CO2 Recovery Plants : Coal Fired Demonstration Experiences

CO<sub>2</sub> Recovery Plants : Coal Fired Demonstration Experiences
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Engineering (MHIENG) offers large scale, high performance & reliable CO2 recovery plants for application in a wide variety of industries.
MHIENG Technologies Offer a "Large-scale," "High-performance" Plant for CO2 Recovery from Flue Gas MHIENG is proud to present an advanced commercially available CO2 recovery process KM CDR Process (KANSAI MITSUBISHI Carbon Dioxide Recovery Process) which promises enhanced economic performance for plants of wide-ranging capacities. The MHIENG CO2 recovery process utilizes "KS-1," an advanced hindered amine solvent, in conjunction with a line of special proprietary equipment. The technology was developed through cooperation between MHIENG and Kansai Electric Power Company, Inc. (KANSAI). The process is based on an advanced and proven technology for recovering CO2 from various sources of flue gas. Users who adopt this economical process will enjoy benefits such as low energy consumption, low solvent degradation, and reduced corrosion within the equipment.

R and D, Pilot Plant and Engineering Head Quarters

R&D, Pilot Plant & Engineering Head Quarters described in japan map.

JAPAN (Nanko)

Outline of Pilot Plants

Name of plant Multi pollutant test facility
Location Mihara, Japan
Flue gas flow rate 1,200,000 Nm3/hr (400 MWe)
Flue gas source Synethtic flue gas
Start up 2004

Description for blind people

The Nanko pilot plant has a CO2 recovery capacity of 2 metric tons per day and commenced operation in 2004. It is located at the Nanko Power Station near Osaka and operated by Kansai Electric Power Company (KEPCO). The plant has been used to develop and test a variety of solvents and processes resulting in many improvements which have since been commercialized. The CO2 is captured from a natural gas fired boiler.

JAPAN (Nanko)

JAPAN (Mihara)

Outline of Pilot Plants

Name of plant Multi pollutant test facility
Location Mihara, Japan
Flue gas flow rate 1,200,000 Nm3/hr (400 MWe)
Flue gas source Synethtic flue gas
Start up 2004

Description for blind people

The Mihara multi pollutant test facility has an absorber flue gas flow rate of 1,200,000 Nm3/hr or 400MW equivalent and has been used to test both MHI's FGD and CO2 recovery technology following commenced of operation in 2004. It is located at the Mihara R&D Center and operated by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. This plant has been used for large scale CO2 absorber tests using commercial scale liquid distributors.

JAPAN (Mihara)

JAPAN (Hiroshima)

Outline of Pilot Plants

Test Facility Outline
Location Hiroshima, Japan
CO2 recovery capacity 1 metric T/D
Solvent KS-1TM Solvent
Flue gas source Coal fired kettle boiler
Start up 2004

Description for blind people

The Hiroshima pilot plant has a CO2 recovery capacity of 2 metric tons per day and commenced operation in 2004. It is located at the Hiroshima R&D Center and operated by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. The CO2 is captured from a small coal fired kettle boiler.

JAPAN (Hiroshima)

Engineering Head Quarters

Yokohama Engineering Head Quarters

Mitsubishijuko Yokohama Bldg., 3-1, Minatomirai 3-chome, Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, 220-8401, Japan

Engineering Head Quarters

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