Product Director AQCS
Frank Oberheid is qualified as a mechanical engineer and began his career with Doosan Lentjes in 1990. His first role was in electrical instrument and control (I&C), covering boiler burner control, management systems and later waste incineration, as well as, flue gas cleaning plants. Frank’s international experience has included managing the company’s Chinese licences in areas, such as, flue gas desulphurisation (FGD) technologies and hazardous waste incineration.
Tailored solutions across a range of technologies
We offer a choice of FGD technologies — across (conditioned) dry, wet lime/limestone and seawater — which means we can really tailor the solution to the individual customer requirements. We are trusted for our high level of experience and the quality of our products and technologies. Drawing back on our modular solutions allows us to deliver highly cost-competitive FGD projects that fully meet our customers’ economic objectives.
Implementing European emissions requirements
Our advanced FGD processes are all in accordance with European emissions requirements as per the Best Available Techniques Reference (BREF) documents of the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED). Given the background of the current update and review of the BREF documents, we help our customers to meet even the most demanding future emissions requirements while still keeping both investment and operation costs at a minimum.
Setting our sights on FGD in Asia
We aim to establish Doosan Lentjes’ technologies in Asia, the biggest market for seawater FGD, by acting as engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) provider or partnering with our parent company Doosan Heavy Industries (DHI). Apart from this, we are also flexible to collaborate with other competent EPC companies. Our seawater FGD experience in Asia spans projects delivered in countries, such as, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia.
Beside our seawater technology, we also put extensive efforts into constantly improving our wet limestone FGD in order to fully participate in the Asian market.
Our dry FGD technology has a bright future
Globally, our dry FGD technology is applied in several fuel-fired power plants. The application potential is high: Installations downstream of coal and oil-fired boilers, as well as, biomass, refuse-derived fuel, domestic and industrial waste incineration plants are possible. Customers highly value this flexibility which is why we continue to further develop and enhance our dry FGD capabilities.
Individually, together with DHI or other EPC businesses we reliably deliver projects featuring innovative engineering spirit and best-in-class project management.
Integrating cost effective air quality control for waste-to-energy
Our product portfolio includes advanced (conditioned) dry FGD solutions specially developed for the certain requirements of waste-to-energy plants. Depending on individual needs, we offer our Circoclean® or a straightforward process.