Patents by Inventor Heinz Koeser

Heinz Koeser has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 6878358
    Abstract: Process for removing mercury from flue gases of high-temperature plants, in particular power stations and waste incineration plants in which a bromine compound is fed to the multistage furnace and/or the flue gas in a plant section downstream of the furnace, the temperature during contact of the bromine compound with the flue gas being at least 500° C., preferably at least 800° C. The combustion is carried out in the presence of a sulphur compound, in particular sulphur dioxide. Subsequently to the furnace, the flue gas is subjected to an optional multistage cleanup for removing mercury from the flue gas, which cleanup comprises a wet scrubber and/or a dry cleanup.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 6, 2003
    Date of Patent: April 12, 2005
    Assignee: Bayer Aktiengesellschaft
    Inventors: Bernhard Vosteen, Joachim Beyer, Theodore-Gerhard Bonkhofer, Olaf Fleth, Andrea Wieland, Andreas Pohontsch, Rico Kanefke, Ewa Standau, Claus Mueller, Michael Nolte, Heinz Koeser
  • Publication number: 20040086439
    Abstract: Process for removing mercury from flue gases of high-temperature plants, in particular power stations and waste incineration plants in which a bromine compound is fed to the multistage furnace and/or the flue gas in a plant section downstream of the furnace, the temperature during contact of the bromine compound with the flue gas being at least 500° C., preferably at least 800° C. The combustion is carried out in the presence of a sulphur compound, in particular sulphur dioxide. Subsequently to the furnace, the flue gas is subjected to an optional multistage cleanup for removing mercury from the flue gas, which cleanup comprises a wet scrubber and/or a dry cleanup.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 6, 2003
    Publication date: May 6, 2004
    Applicant: Bayer Aktiengesellschaft
    Inventors: Bernhard Vosteen, Joachim Beyer, Theodore-Gerhard Bonkhofer, Olaf Fleth, Andrea Wieland, Andreas Pohontsch, Rico Kanefke, Ewa Standau, Claus Mueller, Michael Nolte, Heinz Koeser
  • Publication number: 20040013589
    Abstract: The invention describes a process for removing mercury from flue gases of high-temperature plants, in particular power stations and waste incineration plants in which a bromine compound is fed to the if appropriate multistage furnace and/or the flue gas in a plant section downstream of the furnace, the temperature during contact of the bromine compound with the flue gas being at least 500° C., preferably at least 800° C. The combustion is carried out in the presence of a sulphur compound, in particular sulphur dioxide. Subsequently to the furnace, the flue gas is subjected to an if appropriate multistage cleanup for removing mercury from the flue gas, which cleanup comprises a wet scrubber and/or a dry cleanup.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 24, 2002
    Publication date: January 22, 2004
    Applicant: Bayer AG
    Inventors: Bernhard Vosteen, Joachim Beyer, Theodor-Gerhard Bonkhofer, Olaf Fleth, Andrea Wieland, Andreas Pohontsch, Rico Kanefke, Ewa Standau, Claus Mueller, Michael Nolte, Heinz Koeser
  • Patent number: RE47980
    Abstract: Process for removing mercury from flue gases of high-temperature plants, in particular power stations and waste incineration plants in which a bromine compound is fed to the multistage furnace and/or the flue gas in a plant section downstream of the furnace, the temperature during contact of the bromine compound with the flue gas being at least 500° C., preferably at least 800° C. The combustion is carried out in the presence of a sulphur compound, in particular sulphur dioxide. Subsequently to the furnace, the flue gas is subjected to an optional multistage cleanup for removing mercury from the flue gas, which cleanup comprises a wet scrubber and/or a dry cleanup.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 16, 2015
    Date of Patent: May 12, 2020
    Assignee: Bromerc Limited
    Inventors: Bernhard Vosteen, Rico Kanefke, Ewa Kanefke, Claus Mueller, Michael Nolte, Heinz Koeser, Joachim Beyer, Theodore-Gerhard Bonkhofer, Olaf Fleth, Andrea Schnitzer, Andreas Pohontsch