DCL QUICK-LID® catalytic converters are designed for engines larger than 700 hp (528 kW) and effectively reduce engine exhaust emissions, including NOx, CO, hydrocarbons, formaldehydes, and particulates. QUICK-LID® catalytic converters are the industry standard for reliable, long life operation. DCL backs every stationary engine catalytic converter with an emissions performance guarantee, providing you worry free compliance with environmental operating permits.
Typically used in large rich burn natural gas or diesel stationary engines for gas compression, power generation, fluid pumping, and refrigeration.
DCL QUICK-LID® catalytic silencers reduce engine exhaust noise and emissions in a single integrated unit that is available for fast delivery and is easy to mount onto an engine package. QUICK-LID® catalytic silencers are the industry standard for reliable, long life operation. DCL backs every stationary engine catalytic silencer with an emissions performance guarantee, providing worry free compliance with environmental operating permits.
DCL QUICK-LID® catalytic silencers are used on stationary engines of size range 200 to 3000 hp (150 to 2400 kW). Engine types include rich burn natural gas, lean burn natural gas, diesel, and bio-fuels.
Typical applications include slow, medium, and high speed engines for gas compression, power generation, fluid pumping, and refrigeration. Standardized design allows fast delivery for a variety of emission reduction and silencing options, including industrial, critical, and hospital grade.
To keep your catalyst elements in compliance with emissions regulations, maintenance service must be performed at regular intervals. MSHS offers catalyst replacement, chemical washing, and repair for all makes and models of catalysts and substrates.
Catalyst Washing is the chemical process for removing accumulated ash from the surface of the catalyst to significantly extend service life Typically chemical wash is performed when CO (carbon monoxide) reduction efficiency is reduced from 80% to 65%. The process is engine dependent: 2 stroke engines require more frequent washing than 4 stroke. Rule of thumb for high speed, 4 stroke engines? clean no more than twice; 2 stroke or slow speed, clean maximum four (4) times. If a catalyst has been previously cleaned, it will not return to its full capabilities. As a rule, catalysts should only be cleaned three (3) times before needing to be replaced; each cleaning removes some of the precious materials required for the catalytic process.
Full service locations in Southeast, the Gulf Coast, and the Pacific Northwest, plus a network of local representatives throughout the Americas and the Caribbean.
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Specializing in turnkey engine services, control systems, and engineered solutions for the Marine, Industrial, Energy, and Defense/Government Sectors, MSHS is ready to serve you!