This project demonstrated the performance of an ultra-low NOx burner that achieves very low NOx from boilers without the use of massive flue-gas recirculation (FGR), exotic non-durable materials, or post-combustion chemical treatment. The BACT limit of 9 ppm was achieved with 10 percent FGR, and 5 ppm was achieved with 25 percent FGR. The predicted cost of the technology is $260/ton of NOx, an order-of-magnitude less than competing technologies. The technology was first developed by Altex Technologies, Inc. of Santa Clara. Dan L. Wiedeman is President of Innovative Combustion Technologies, Inc. (aka: S.T. Johnson Co.) of Oakland, California. He has been with the firm since 1985. Prior to that, Mr. Wiedeman was a Combustion Engineer with Maxon Corporation for 12 years. He holds a BSEE from the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
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