STP841

    Spray-Applied Fluoroelastomers for Protection of Carbon Steel Structures in Flue Gas Desulfurization Service

    Published: Jan 1984


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    Abstract

    Since the passage of the Clean Air Act of 1970, flue gas desulfurization (FGD) or scrubber systems have come into common use in fossil fuel power generation plants. Linings used in such systems must be able to withstand harsh service conditions that include wide fluctuations in temperature; acidic gases; a wide range of contaminants, both organic and inorganic; abrasion from fly ash and limestone slurry; and vibration. The properties of fluorelastomers, a relatively new material for such systems, are explored in detail and compared with four other types of materials used in FGD service: specialized alloys, inorganic monolithic cements, acid-resistant masonry, and other organic coatings.

    Keywords:

    Clean Air Act, flue gas, flue gas desulfurization, coal, scrubber systems, alloys, inorganic monolithic cement, acid-resistant masonry, organic coatings, fluoropolymers, fluorelastomers, corrosion


    Author Information:

    McClain, CA
    Carboline Co., St. Louis, MO

    Dolan, T
    Carboline Co., St. Louis, MO


    Paper ID: STP29527S

    Committee/Subcommittee: D01.25

    DOI: 10.1520/STP29527S


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