Kline, A.

IGS Environmental, Richmond, Virginia

Andrew Kline is the Business Development Director for the IGS Environmental Services group and specializes in SCR efficiencies in emissions control applications. He has more than 8 yr of experience with improvements in SCR applications, ranging from product development to engineering. Mr. Kline graduated with honors from the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Engineering.

Case study: SCR catalyst plugging

Kline, A., IGS Environmental

Hydrogen (H2) reforming is a process to produce H2 from a compound composed of H2 atoms. A convection pass is used to heat the process during reforming, which creates nitrogen oxides (NOx). The NOx-rich flue gas passes through a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) reactor before being exhausted into the atmosphere.