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Efficient Delivery of SCR Aeroderivative Gas Turbines: Empowering Net-Zero Goal by 2050.

Braden’s Efficient Delivery of SCR Aeroderivative Gas Turbines Empowers Net-Zero Goal by 2050.
Braden takes pride in its contribution to Taiwan’s Tung Hsiao Power Plant Renewal Project.

In a significant project involving TPC and GE, the Braden Group played a vital role in the manufacture and installation of six LM2500 All Bolted Modular SCR Systems. These state-of-the-art Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR) systems were specifically designed to support GE’s LM2500XPRESS gas turbine generator sets.

By integrating the LM2500 SCR systems, Braden has enabled TPC and GE to achieve critical milestones in their power generation project. These SCR systems are engineered to reduce emissions and ensure compliance with stringent environmental regulations.

The construction activities surrounding the installation of the SCR systems, including the Stack, SCR Ductwork, Ammonia Injection System, and Tempering Air Systems, were executed with unparalleled speed and precision. With minimal lifts and assembly evolutions, Braden successfully completed these tasks, ensuring safety was prioritized every step of the way. The state-of-the-art plug-and-play technology employed by the company not only guarantees record-setting deployment speed but also ensures a safe and technically superior approach to the installation, setup, and commissioning of advanced emission control systems.

In the quest to meet the ever-growing need for fast start-up assets and maintain power grid reliability, companies are turning to Braden’s rapid deployment all-bolted modular assemblies. “With the increasing reliance on renewable assets for power generation, the need for reliable peaking turbines has become paramount. These combustion-based turbines must ensure grid stability during periods of high load demand and when renewable assets are unavailable.” – said Bob McGinty, Director of Marketing.

“Not only do these peaking turbines need to deliver dependable power, but the emission control system must also maintain equal reliability from start-up through all load operations. This is where Braden shines. Their industry-leading rapid deployment selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology ensures that power generation assets not only comply with environmental regulations but also achieve and maintain environmental compliance throughout their lifecycle.” He continued.

Several unique features of the Braden technology set the standard of smart technology.  A few key features of the Branden rapid deployment system include;

  • No control air or plant air is required for ammonia atomization or valve control actuation. Eliminating the need for control air or plant air means less potential of equipment failure if these auxiliary systems are lost, interrupted or unavailable thereby increasing the reliability of operation over other systems requiring control air for valve actuation of the ammonia flow control valve or atomizing air for ammonia vaporization.   
  • All bolt together modules without need for welding of interior or exterior seals and liner plate match connections. Connect point between module are preloaded with match and overlap technology thus avoiding the need to scaffold internally to lay in insulation and liner plates at connecting points of the modules. Significant risk mitigation is achieved with the avoidance of potential fire from welding is avoided altogether during the installation phase of our emission control systems.   

“We are proud to support Taiwan’s efforts to achieve net-zero emissions by supplying our cutting-edge technology to enhance their power plant. Our technology not only improves the reliability and safety of the power plant but also supports renewable growth in Taiwan, while reducing its carbon footprint and contributing to a cleaner world.” – Bob McGinty – Director of Marketing, Braden Group.


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