Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction (SNCR) Project
Power Plant, Stanton ND
ICI was contracted to install the Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction (SNCR) project to control the NOx for a coal-fired power plant in ND. ICI started this project in the summer of 2015 and turned over the project to operations the summer of 2016. This project was comprised of several components including a urea storage building, urea mixing equipment, water processing plant and piping to the injections ports on both units. The 14,000 SF building sits on 119 drilled piers that were installed to an average depth of 21’. Also beneath the slab sits a 24’ wide x 55’ long x 4’ deep concrete foundation that supports two 30,000-gallon storage tanks, a dry urea storage silo and a solutionizing tank. ICI installed over 155 tons of structural steel and 12,000 SF of insulated metal wall panels. On the mechanical side, ICI installed over 16,000 feet of pipe, ranging from stainless and carbon steel, insulated heat traced tubing, steam piping, underground utilities and all equipment. ICI also completed all the electrical work on the building including the power distributions, electrical service, instrumentation and controls, heat trace, instrumentation calibrations, lighting and start-up support.