Micro-One Introduces Cutting-Edge Exhaust Processing Technologies for Sustainable Environmental Impact

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Micro-One, a leading innovator in environmental solutions, is proud to announce the launch of its state-of-the-art exhaust processing technologies aimed at revolutionizing the way industries address air quality concerns. The company has unveiled a suite of advanced solutions, including Selective Catalyst Reactor (SCR), SNCR (Selected Non-Catalyst Reactor), SDR (Semi-Dry Reactor), DR (Dry Reactor), Scrubber, Filter Dust Collector (BF), and Electric Dust Collector (ESP).

DS E&E SCR Facilities

Micro-One’s DS E&E SCR Facilities tackle the reduction of nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions with cutting-edge Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. Operating at a temperature range of 170~200℃, these facilities utilize a low-temperature catalyst, effectively converting NO into harmless N₂ and H₂O. This breakthrough technology is specifically applied at the rear end of filter dust collectors in waste incineration facilities, showcasing Micro-One’s commitment to environmental sustainability.

SNCR Water Piping System

Micro-One’s SNCR system employs a two-fluid nozzle to spray urea water into the secondary combustion chamber at a high temperature of 950℃±50℃. This advanced process decomposes and eliminates nitrogen oxides, ensuring a cleaner and safer environment. The technology plays a pivotal role in meeting stringent emission standards, positioning Micro-One as a frontrunner in the industry.

SDR Facilities

Micro-One’s Semi-Dry Reactor (SDR) Facilities represent a significant leap in removal efficiency by utilizing a small lime slurry [Ca(OH)] and second-rate spray nozzle. This innovative approach not only tackles harmful acid gases (HCl, SOx) but also prevents wastewater generation. The SDR Facilities underscore Micro-One’s dedication to sustainable practices in Korean industries.

DR (Dry Reactor)

Micro-One’s Dry Reactor (DR) technology is designed to combat environmental challenges by efficiently removing pollutants. With a focus on harmful acid gas removal, the DR system employs a small lime slurry and a second-rate spray nozzle, showcasing Micro-One’s commitment to balancing industrial growth with environmental stewardship.


Micro-One’s DS E&E Scrubber Facility is a versatile device that effectively removes acidic gas and particulate matter. By utilizing various plastic fillings and absorbents (such as NaOH), this vertical tower enhances the contact area between gas and liquids, ensuring excellent decontamination efficiency. The scrubber is widely employed for water-soluble hazardous gas treatment and dust control, making it an indispensable solution for industries prioritizing gas treatment efficacy.

Filter Dust Collector (BF) and Electric Dust Collector (ESP)

Micro-One’s Filter Dust Collector (BF) and Electric Dust Collector (ESP) further demonstrate the company’s commitment to meeting and exceeding stringent environmental standards. These collectors efficiently capture particulate matter, ensuring industries maintain optimal air quality while adhering to regulatory requirements.

Micro-One continues to lead the way in providing innovative solutions for exhaust processing, aligning industries with sustainable practices and environmental responsibility. With a focus on reducing environmental impact, Micro-One’s cutting-edge technologies are set to reshape the landscape of air quality management globally.

About Micro-One

Micro-One is a pioneering environmental solutions company dedicated to developing advanced technologies for exhaust processing. With a focus on sustainability and environmental responsibility, Micro-One’s innovative solutions are designed to address the challenges of air quality management in industries worldwide.

For more information about Micro-One and its groundbreaking technologies, please visit their website.

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