Municipal waste flue gas was previously found to deactivate the Pt-based CO oxidation catalyst severely. In the specific case studied, siloxanes were found to cause the deactivation. An on-site method for complete regeneration of the catalyst activity was found without shutdown of the flue gas stream, i.e. by in situ treatment of the Pt-catalyst by reductive H2-gas. However, introduction of H2 gas in the gas stream could also affect other units in the tail pipe gas cleaning system. Of special interest here, is the effect of hydrogen gas on the performance of the deNOx + SCR catalytic process, i.e. the reaction 4NO + 4NH3 + O2 ->4N2 + 6H2O.
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
|Event||8th European Congress on Catalysis: From Theory to Industrial Practice - Turku, Finland|
Duration: 26 Aug 2007 → 31 Aug 2007
Conference number: 8
|Conference||8th European Congress on Catalysis|
|Period||26/08/2007 → 31/08/2007|
Due-Hansen, J., Rasmussen, S. B., Kustov, A., Siret, B., Tabaries, F., & Fehrmann, R. (2007). Regeneration of Pt-catalysts deactivated in municipal waste flue gas with H2/N2 and the effect of regeneration step on the SCR catalyst. Poster session presented at 8th European Congress on Catalysis, Turku, Finland.