The Emigreen® MINOx SCR system reduces NOx emissions produced by marine diesel engines to below IMO Tier III limits. In fact, to some extent the system can be configured to exceed international maritime standards to meet specific local requirements.
– NOx reduction that meets or exceeds IMO Tier III limits
– Can be installed in new ships and as retrofit
– Easy to maintain by the crew
Diesel combustion engines emit nitrogen oxides (NOx).
While not immediately harmful at normal environmental concentrations, these poisonous gases are ultimately detrimental to human, animal and plant health. In hot weather, higher levels of NOx pollution contribute to the formation of smog.
An SCR system helps prevent this by significantly reducing nitrogen oxide emissions.
Our SCR catalytic converter reduces nitrogen oxide emissions.
1: A urea solution such as AdBlue is injected (sprayed) into the exhaust system
2: The water evaporates and the urea is converted into ammonia
3: The ammonia reacts with the nitrogen oxides in the exhaust stream
4: As they pass through the catalytic converter, the gases are converted into inert nitrogen and water vapour.
The Emigreen® SCR system is more compact than the alternatives.
Our systems can be cleverly tailored to make the best use of the available space. The integrated silencer in an Emigreen® SCR unit eliminates the need for the existing silencer.
This makes it possible to do more in less space. Our SCR solution can also be installed as a retrofit, even in spaces that look too small.
And where the ship design allows, one of our standard systems may be the most effective solution.