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Customer case:

LuleKraft is well prepared for the IE directive

As of January 2016, all existing large combustion power plants in the EU area will have to abide by the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED). One of the forerunners in Sweden in fulfilling the new emission monitoring and reporting requirements is LuleKraft AB in Luleå.

The main benefit is that we have changed the time frame for emission monitoring from 48 hours to 24 hours in accordance with the new directive and also included carbon monoxide monitoring. The solution is now totally compatible with the IED and the dynamic emission limit values occurring when we mix our fuel,”
Sara Kågebjer, Environmental Coordinator
Summary
Location LuleKraft AB, Luleå, Sweden
Customer challenge New tighter Industrial Emission Directive (IED) requirements for emission reporting and monitoring as of January 2016
Solution Valmet audited LuleKraft’s existing DNA LCP Emission Monitoring solution and upgraded it to include new features to fulfill the IED requirements.
Results

The time frame for emission monitoring changed from 48 hours to 24 hours in accordance with the new directive and also included carbon monoxide monitoring. The solution is now totally compatible with the IED and the dynamic emission limit values occurring when the fuel is mixed.

In accordance with the Swedish national legislation, Valmet’s emission monitoring and reporting solution also includes a NOx emission calculation.

Keywords Europe, Energy, Automation