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Fuel Tech awarded air pollution control orders totalling US$2 million

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Fuel Tech, Inc., a world leader in advanced engineering solutions for the optimisation of combustion systems and emissions control in utility and industrial applications, has received multiple air pollution control (APC) contracts from customers in China. These awards have an aggregate value of approximately US$2 million.

Fuel Tech received multiple awards for NOxOUT® selective non-catalytic reduction (SNCR) systems for a variety of coal and gas fired utility boilers. The company’s SNCR technology is a proven viable solution as combustion unit owners look to comply with more stringent NOx control requirements mandated by China. Equipment deliveries for these projects are occurring in the current fourth quarter.

The company received additional orders in China for ULTRA™ systems that will be installed on multiple coal-fired utility units being retrofitted with NOx reduction technology. Fuel Tech’s ULTRA process provides for the safe and cost-effective onsite conversion of urea to ammonia for use as a reagent where selective catalytic reduction (SCR) is used to reduce NOx, eliminating the hazards associated with the transport, storage and handling of anhydrous or aqueous ammonia. Deliveries for these projects are scheduled in the current fourth quarter and first quarter of 2017.

Vincent J. Arnone, President and CEO, commented: “These orders continue to demonstrate our capabilities to provide safe, cost-effective environmental and emission control solutions on a global basis. With our industry-leading suite of APC products and services, we believe we are well positioned to compete for additional opportunities in the domestic and international markets.”

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