Location: Middle River and Baltimore, MD
Completed: 2014
Value Class: <$10MM

The Client is an energy company headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. The company provides electric power, natural gas, and energy management services and has approximately two million customers across the continental United States.

Project Details

TAI provided design engineering for installation of outdoor Urea Storage Tank foundations, chemical containment, and integration of the Advanced Combustion Technology (ACT) skid units into the plant mechanical, electrical and control systems. TAI designed a patent-pending instrument mounting assembly for the TDL units. Additionally, TAI provided design engineering to route piping and cabling between skids and from the Urea storage tanks to the distribution headers and injectors (complicated pipe routing through existing plant was challenging).

Installation of SNCR technology (supplied by Advanced Combustion Technology “ACT”) to reduce NOx stack emissions at the Client’s CP Crane Coal-Fired Electrical Power Generation Station. Additionally, provided duct mounted Ammonia Detection Instrumentation utilizing Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) technology (supplied by Cemtek) for closed loop control and optimization of the urea feed. The SNCR system included two, 25,000-gallon urea storage tanks, a urea circulation skid with ~ 1000’ of circulation piping, four Urea injection skids with ~ 500′ of injection piping, and two coiling air blowers with ~500′ of piping.

Services Provided:

  • Commissioning Services


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