Course Description: This two-day course is aimed at the new, entry-level as well as semi-experienced stationary source inspectors, permit engineers, regulatory agency staff, and environmental specialists. This course will provide a detailed introduction to air pollution control equipment and methods used to control particulate and gaseous air emissions. The course will cover theory, operation, applications, design considerations, inspection strategies, compliance assurance monitoring and regulations for cyclones, baghouses, wet and dry scrubbers, electrostatic precipitators, carbon beds, bio filters, condensers, flares, thermal and catalytic oxidizers. NOx controls like selective catalytic reduction (SCR), selective non-catalytic reduction (SNCR), flue gas recirculation (FGR), and ultra-low-NOx burners will also be discussed). NACT 299 Draft Agenda
Note: Please bring a scientific calculator with you to class.
Target Audience: The NACT 200 Series training courses are intended for new, entry-level as well as semi-experienced stationary source permit engineers, inspectors, regulatory agency staff, and environmental specialists.
Safety Equipment Requirements: Students must bring applicable safety equipment such as hard hats, safety glasses, and safety shoes to participate in the site visit.
- The following type of control devices are in operation at the site visit facility:
- Selected Catalytic Reduction
- Carbon monoxide Catalyst
Instructors: Larry Sitzman and Steve Frey