You would like to check which parts of your existing lighting system can be integrated into a new facility to reduce costs ?
You are ready to invest in a new LED lighting system but you have doubts about the benefits on the long term ?
For these issues and many others, Laborelec, competence center for the electrical power sector, provides effective and impartial assistance, from selection of best available technologies to de-risking investigation projects.
Our lighting experts are ready to help you.
Training course ATEX Level 2
Goal of the training course
Get the essential knowledge and competences in order to work in ATEX areas.
All persons directly responsible for works in ATEX zones. In particular, staff and asset managers.
Additional information on our ATEX training courses or contact Ms Christine Bourdeaux (Mobile: +32 0478652502).
Please contact Ms Christine Bourdeaux (Mobile: +32 (0)478652502).
Effect of a gas–gas-heater on H2SO4 aerosol formation: Implications for mist formation in amine based carbon capture
Authors: Jan Mertens, R. Bruns, B. Schallert, N. Faniel, P. Khakharia, W. Albrecht, E. Goetheer, J. Blondeau, K. Schaber
This study presents the potential of a gas–gas-heater (GGH) to minimise amine emissions.
- A GGH removes up to 70% of sulphuric acid from the flue gas.
- A GGH prevents the homogenous nucleation of sulphuric acid into aerosols.
- Information will serve designing future aerosol emission countermeasures.
More information:Effect of a gas–gas-heater on H2SO4 aerosol formation: Implications for mist formation in amine based carbon capture
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control Volume 39, August 2015, Pages 470–477
The VGB Technical Committee “Materials and Quality Assurance” organizes its 3rd International Workshop Materials and Quality Assurance on 29/30 April 2015 at the premises of Laborelec in Linkebeek, Belgium.
In the workshop lectures of Lifetime Assessment, Flexibility, Materials/Components, Pumps and Renewable Energy will be presented. One of the main topics is handling damages in boiler circulation pumps.More info on VGB Workshop “Materials and Quality Assurance”
The importance of biomass as part of a strong and competitive low carbon economy is highlighted in a major new campaign initiative sponsored by the European Biomass Association AEBIOM, of which GDF SUEZ is a member, represented by Laborelec.
The Biomass Counts campaign argues that biomass will continue to be a vital component of our energy mix into the medium and long term. It turns the spotlight on what is needed to assure the continued growth of the bioenergy sector.
Among other measures the initiative calls for an EU action plan for the heating and cooling sector, with an agreed strategy for legally binding sustainability criteria. For more information, please visit www.aebiom.org.