Lyma industry

We have extensive experience in solutions and deliveries for energy applications

We focus mainly on the following processes:

  • Flue gas condensation
  • Condensate treatment
  • Flue gas cleaning

Flue gas condensation

The basis of the technology is a moist fuel (typically biofuel or waste) and a recipient of low-grade energy (typically district heating). The moisture in the fuel vaporises before combustion of the fuel, which is an energy loss. However, with different technologies, the energy yield from the fuel can be increased, resulting in a large saving in terms of reduced fuel demand and also providing significant environmental benefits. Carbon dioxide emissions decrease with fuel demand and the flue gas leaving the plant is cleaned in the process.

Condensate treatment

Flue gas condensate is mainly purified using membrane technology, which saves energy and chemicals.

Membrane technology ranges from dilution water production from flue gas condensate to simple cases with particle content and pH requirements.

Flue gas cleaning

In combination with flue gas liquefaction, flue gas cleaning is a natural feature. Flue gas cleaning systems have the task of reducing the amount of environmentally and health hazardous emissions to the atmosphere. These include heavy metals, dioxins, eutrophying and acidifying substances. Many of these substances are toxic and carcinogenic. It is therefore important to minimise their emissions. By removing sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxides from flue gas, the acidification of forests and lakes has been significantly reduced. The purification is usually done with scrubbers or textile barrier filters with carbon and lime dosing.

In addition to energy plants, flue gas cleaning is also used in the steel, chemical and process industries, among others, to clean flue gases generated by the combustion of hazardous waste, municipal waste, industrial waste and biofuels.

Lyma offers a complete solution with pumps, valves, pipes, tanks, scrubbers and other equipment.

The process typically involves scrubber fluids, quench fluids, condensate and lime slurry but also sludge and liquor handling. The fluids are corrosive and/or abrasive and we supply plastic lined shaft sealed pumps, thermoplastic valves, GRP pipes and GRP tanks and GRP scrubbers.

In the environment around scrubbers and tanks, we can offer gratings and load-bearing structures that can withstand the corrosion environment - these are made of GRP.

For sludge handling we offer hose pumps and complete dosing stations for dosing.For regulating flue gas flows we also offer flue gas dampers made of corrosion-resistant GRP or steel grades.