CO2, Sour and Acid Gas: Removal and Recovery Systems

Koch Modular has over 35 years of process engineering and modular system design experience in acid gas, sour gas and carbon dioxide (CO2) removal/recovery applications. Including the first ever operating carbon capture and storage facility featured in the New York Times and Scientific American.


CO2 Capture Technologies Aim to Cut Costs

 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, August 2017

Despite cost hurdles, CO2-capture technologies continue to advance, driven by the critical role of CO2 capture in achieving emissions-reduction goals

Among the possible strategies for addressing climate change risks are CO2-removal approaches, including the capture of CO2 from large emitters, such as power plants and industrial facilities, and also the capture of CO2 from ambient air. These technologies have been explored for some time, and commercialized in some cases, but have yet to be deployed widely, largely because of cost issues. Read More…

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Removal

For the challenging CO2 removal market, Koch Modular is able to leverage its extensive carbon dioxide recovery and purification experience, proprietary distributor design technology and unique expertise in designing modular process systems. We provide our customers with the necessary guidance and technology to lead them from bench and pilot scale technologies through the development pathway, all the way to fully conceived demonstration and commercial scale plants; including complete modular process systems supplied with Process Performance Guarantees.

Koch Modular has successfully designed, constructed and started up multiple demonstration scale absorber/stripper systems to recover and purify carbon dioxide from coal fired power plant stack gas. Including the first ever operating carbon capture and storage facility featured in the New York Times and Scientific American. These processes boast high CO2 removal rates, low solvent slip (release) and high CO2 purity.