Fluidized bed technology provider Sumitomo SHI FW (SFW) licensee Isgec Heavy Industries, Ltd. (Isgec) had recently won its first order from Hindalco Industries Ltd for a Semi-Dry FGD (Circulating Fluidized Bed Scrubbers) system in India.
The company had won the project through a competitive bidding process for Hindalco’s 150 MW unit at Mahan Aluminium at Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh, India.
The company has licensed its Semi-Dry FGD technology (Circulating Fluidized Bed Scrubbers) to Isgec and for the first time in Indian market this advanced system will be used for Hindalco project.
The scope of the project includes design, engineering, manufacturing, supply, civil works, construction, commissioning and performance guarantee testing for the complete Semi-Dry Flue Gas Desulphurization System Package (SDFGD).
Commenting on the project win, Tomas Harju-Jeanty, CEO of Sumitomo SHI FW, said “SFW is excited to continue to serve the important Indian market with innovative technology solutions and we thank Hindalco Industries for this important order indicating their confidence in our market leading Circulating Fluidized Bed Scrubber technology. SFW and Isgec’s collaboration provides a proven and competitive solution for meeting the Government of India’s clean air initiatives.”
The company is a global, innovative provider of energy and environmental technologies and services focusing on high efficiency and flexible generation of energy. The company’s solutions expand from its world leading circulating fluidized bed (CFB) technology, to long duration energy storage solutions (Liquified Air Energy Storage), flue gas cleaning, gasification, waste heat boilers and a full spectrum of services for the global power and industrial markets.
The company provides sustainable energy solutions for a wide portfolio of customer needs in the fields of power generation, storage and network services.
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