Robin Buller, responsible for business development strategy at KRR ProStream, will be delivering a seminar in the Technology and Innovation Theatre at this year's RWM show. Taking place at 3pm on Tuesday 11th September, the seminar will discuss how the latest innovations in cleaning and monitoring technology can help to optimise electricity production in biomass and Energy-from-Waste (EfW) generation plants, and also help operators to meet their regulatory obligations with regard to greenhouse gas emissions.
Robin's presentation will answer the following questions:
- How much more effective are the latest automated online cleaning technologies compared to traditional methods?
- What other advantages are there in terms of time, safety, cost-effectiveness, etc?
- How can the performance improvements delivered by the latest cleaning methods be measured and related to key performance indicators such as electricity production and emissions?
In addition to Robin's contribution in the Innovation and Technology Theatre, KRR ProStream will also be exhibiting on Stand 06P03. A number of online cleaning and inspection technologies will be available for visitors to view, including the KRR View High Temperature Inspection Camera and mobile monitor/recording station, KRR Online Heat Exchanger Cleaning equipment, and some 'before-and-after' examples of baghouse filters that have undergone the KRR Online Filter Bag Cleaning process.
Anticipating the event, Robin said:
'At KRR ProStream we are focused on the delivery of services that help plant operators to maximise the performance of their facility and avoid any unscheduled downtime. A clean plant is an efficient plant, and an efficient plant will process more waste, generate more revenue and produce fewer emissions. However, we appreciate that in this day and age plant operators and managers need to be able to quantify exactly what benefits they are deriving from the cleaning services we can provide.
'In order both to track the overall performance of a facility and to ensure that value is being achieved, we place an equal emphasis on the importance of observation and monitoring, focusing on key performance indicators and presenting what can be a bewildering array of data in a format that can be easily understood, even by non-technical personnel. In my seminar I am going to look more closely at precisely what we monitor, how we use the data, and what it can tell us.'
RWM 2012 takes place at the Birmingham NEC from 11th to 13th September inclusive.