Why NOx reduction? NOx reduction is important in both marine and stationary applications. 

NOx damages our environment
NOx is a component in ground-level ozone and smog, and it contributes to acid rain. NOx is also an indirect greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming and climate change. Furthermore, it leads to oxygen depletion in bodies of water, upsets chemical balance to aquatic wildlife, and creates acidic lakes and streams.

NOx causes health problems
NOx damages lung tissue and causes respiratory problems such as asthma, emphysema and bronchitis. NOx is a suspected carcinogenic, and it is known to aggravate existing heart disease.

For stationary emitters: avoid NOx taxes and comply with emissions legislation
NOx reduction up to 95% guarantees compliance with the strictest emission legislation for stationary emitters and enables avoidance of associated environmental NOx taxes/fees.

For marine vessels: avoid NOx taxes and ensure access to all waters
NOx reduction complying with the strict IMO 2016 requirements ensures access to all waters with NOx laws in effect and avoidance of associated environmental NOx taxes/fees.



BLUNOX SCR Systems in Danish Maritime Magazine

"... Innovative Danish company develops new SCR technology that eliminates up to 95 % of NOx emissions from ship engine combustion. And retrofitting can be achieved without space problems. It may sound too good to be true, but the system has already been tested by the Royal Danish Navy (RDN), who has ordered retrofitting of 6 vessels bringing the total order from the RDN up to 12 SCR systems..."