Farmingdale (New York) June 18 (ANI/Business Wire India): Ducon Technologies Inc. - Ducon announced that it has secured a prestigious contract from Indian Government owned giant Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) for a limestone based Flue gas Desulfurization (FGD) system for 3 x 250 MW thermal power plant being set up by Indian power company, National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd.(NTPC) at Bongaigaon in, north east India.
"Ducon's Indian operation located in Thane, India will assist in executing the turnkey project that includes complete engineering, supply, manufacture, erection supervision, commissioning and performance guarantees" said Aron Govil, CEO and President of Ducon, "This is the third successive FGD system order secured in India amidst global competition." continued Govil.
Ducon's wet limestone FGD system is characterized by its high efficiency Ventri-Rod design, lower liquid to gas ratios, lower power consumption and high sulfur dioxide removal efficiency. Ducon FGD technology is a zero discharge system utilizing all wastewater in the system thus reducing the need for fresh water and eliminating waste disposal costs.
Ducon is a leading global provider of the most advanced and custom engineered FGD systems, baghouses, electrostatic precipitators, SCR NOx systems to control emissions from power plants, refineries, steel plants and other industries since 1938.
Ducon also supplies ash, coal, and other material handling and conveying systems. Since its inception in 1938, Ducon has completed over 25,000 installations worldwide. Ducon's air pollution control equipment is used to control toxic fumes, SO2, HCl, H2S, NOx, VOC's, flyash, mercury, dioxins and sub micron particles from industrial exhausts and utility boilers. (ANI)