Carnegie PA (PRWEB) May 01, 2014
Breen Energy Solutions (BES) launched an App which provides an easy way to calculate the PPM of acid gases if its Dewpoint is known, or to calculate the expected Dewpoint of acid gases for a given PPM level. The user simply enters the known data (PPM of acid gas or Dewpoint), enters additional inputs of Moisture and Duct Pressure and the App calculates the PPM or expected Dewpoint.
This application is specifically designed for Fossil Fired boilers, however the calculations are universal. Specific Acids included are: SO3/H2SO4, HCl, HBr, SO2/H2SO3 and NO2/HNO3.
In addition, the PPM to DP tab also provides for an easy way to calculate Water (H2O) dewpoint for a given Moisture content.
“This is the second app Breen has launched to help make a calculation simpler,” said Chetan Chothani, Breen Energy Solutions Vice President. “While a small application, this is what Breen does: develop technologies and applications to support fossil-fired plants manage acid gas.”
The free App is available for iPhone and iPad in the iTunes Store as well as through Google for Android phones and tablets. Search “Breen Energy Solutions” to find the app in either store.
Breen helps plants meet regulatory compliance mandates with a solution set that includes DSI, FLGR, acid gas measurement and more. Breen’s Fuel Flexibility solutions utilize interlocking technologies for measuring and tuning both combustion and emission control systems to max-imize output while mitigating acid gas.
BES commercialized several technologies in the Acid Gas Management field including the AbSensor – SO3/AbS measurement system, TherMAP – Breen Online Air Heater Model and the Dynamic Speed Controlled (DySC) Air Heater Sootblowing technology.
Breen Energy Solutions, LLC (BES) provides acid gas management solutions to the Fossil Fuel Power Generation Industry. The company formed in 2002 with the mission to develop and apply new ideas and technologies to help utilities manage their emissions and Balance-Of-Plant im-pacts resulting from emissions control technologies.
For more information, visit http://www.breenes.com.
Contact: Chetan Chothani, 412-431-4499