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SAS uses video to increase its understanding of plant performance issues and this informs the process by which engineering solutions can be designed, manufactured and fitted to deliver the performance improvments required.

For example, filming low NOx burners during firing is just one of the ways in which actual performance under real load conditions can be recorded.

Working in conjunction with RJM International in the UK, these new Ultra-Low NOx burners have been developed to to help thermal power plants meet stringent emissions reduction targets, without necessarily having to commit to costly installation of, or additions to, full-scale SCR or SNCR systems. All our videos are published on our YouTube channel.

A new Ultra-Low NOx burner firing coal at a UK power station

A modified Low NOx nozzle firing coal at AES Kilroot in Northern Ireland

An RJM-designed and engineered tip shut-off valve, fitted to a 500MWe coal plant, firing as the boilers return to service from cold

A new Ultra-Low NOx burner firing gas at Essent Energie's Clauscentrale plant in the Netherlands

Ignition process of an elevated multi-point flare

Testing an elevated multi-point flare for Statoil in Europe (Test 1)

Testing an elevated multi-point flare for Statoil in Europe (Test 2)

Multi-fuel flare analysis to test large ground flare performance for Zeeco

Flame property simulation for Zeeco

Multiple flare interaction analysis for Zeeco

SAS' full-field RAS-modified wind fence for Zeeco

Slug catcher CFD analysis for Select Engineering