PANASIA CO., LTD.
|PANASIA CO., LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130101472||REDUCING AGENT SUPPLY DEVICE AND EXHAUST GAS DENITRIFICATION SYSTEM USING THE SAME - This invention relates to a reducing agent supply device and an exhaust gas denitrification system using the same. The reducing agent supply device includes a reducing agent supply unit for supplying a reducing agent to a selective supply unit, a water supply unit for supplying water to the selective supply unit, the selective supply unit for selectively supplying any one of the reducing agent and water supplied from the reducing agent supply unit and the water supply unit to a spray unit, and the spray unit for spraying the reducing agent or water supplied from the selective supply unit, wherein the selective supply unit supplies water to the spray unit when the spray unit is blocked due to solidification of the reducing agent which remains behind therein because of a process in which the spray unit continuously sprays the reducing agent or a temporary malfunction of the device, thereby preventing blockage of the spray unit. Also an exhaust gas denitrification system using the device is provided.||04-25-2013|
|20120299205||SYSTEM FOR DENITRIFYING EXHAUST GAS CAPABLE OF PREVENTING BLOCKAGES IN A UREA WATER INFLOW PATH AND AN INJECTION NOZZLE, AND DEVICE FOR SUPPLYING UREA WATER CAPABLE OF PREVENTING THE COAGULATION OF UREA WATER - A system for denitrifying exhaust gas, including a urea water injection unit for supplying urea water and air to a reaction chamber, wherein the urea water injection unit includes: an air supply unit for supplying external air to an injector through an air supply line; a urea water supply unit for supplying urea water to the injector through a urea water supply line; a water supply unit for supplying water to the injector through a water supply line connected to one side of the urea water supply line; a flow control valve for selectively supplying water or urea water to the injector through the urea water supply line; and the injector respectively connected to the air supply unit and the urea water supply unit to selectively discharge air, urea water or water to the reaction chamber through an injection nozzle.||11-29-2012|
|20120224998||Exhaust Gas Denitrifying System having Noise-Reduction Structure - An exhaust gas denitrifying system having a noise-reduction structure includes a reactor in which a chemical reaction that converts nitrogen oxides included in exhaust gas into nitrogen by denitrifying the nitrogen oxides using a catalyst takes place. The reactor includes a catalytic filter unit coated with a catalyst and provided with a plurality of through-holes through which exhaust gas passes; and a noise-reducing unit for removing noise from the exhaust gas denitrified by the catalytic filter unit. The reactor denitrifies the nitrogen oxides, and simultaneously reduces the noise, thus reducing the size of the exhaust gas denitrifying system.||09-06-2012|
|20110303855||ULTRAVIOLET STERILIZER HAVING VIBRATION-PROOF FUNCTION - Disclosed herein is an ultraviolet sterilizer having a vibration-proof function. The ultraviolet sterilizer includes an ultraviolet sterilization unit. The ultraviolet sterilization unit has an inlet through which ballast water is drawn thereinto, an outlet through which the ballast water is discharged therefrom, and an ultraviolet lamp located between the inlet and the outlet. The ultraviolet lamp applies ultraviolet rays to the ballast water. The ultraviolet sterilizer further includes a cap which supports each of the opposite ends of the ultraviolet sterilization unit, and a shock absorption unit which is elastically compressed at a first end thereof by the cap while a second end thereof compresses an end of the ultraviolet lamp. Thereby, even if the ultraviolet sterilization unit vibrates, the sleeve pipe or the ultraviolet lamp can be prevented from being damaged, and explosive gas which may cause the ultraviolet sterilizer to explode is also prevented from entering the cap.||12-15-2011|
|20110303615||BALLAST WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM HAVING A BACK-PRESSURE FORMATION PART AND CONTROL METHOD THEREOF - Disclosed herein are a ballast water treatment system having a back-pressure formation unit and a control method thereof. Back pressure in a filtering unit is checked and formed during a back washing operation for a filter of a filtering unit, thus enabling efficient back washing operation. Both a method of physically filtering ballast water using the filter and a method of sterilizing ballast water using ultraviolet rays are used to treat ballast water, thus preventing secondary contamination due to byproducts, and preventing the contamination of a ballast tank. A flow rate of ballast water introduced into an ultraviolet treatment unit is controlled such that the efficiency of the ultraviolet treatment unit is not reduced, while back pressure is formed in the filtering unit, thus increasing the overall treatment efficiency of the ballast water treatment system. Further, the filtering unit or the ultraviolet treatment unit may be automatically washed.||12-15-2011|
|20110303591||FILTERING APPARATUS FOR TREATING BALLAST WATER - Disclosed herein is a filtering apparatus for treating ballast water. The apparatus is constructed so that a housing cover plate and an exhaust unit are removably coupled to each other at an upper position of a housing. The exhaust unit includes a base flange on a portion thereof coupled to the housing cover plate and the base flange includes a projecting step that projects to be inserted into a core through hole formed in the housing cover plate. A core serving as a discharge passage of foreign substances includes a shaft coupling unit on a portion thereof coupled to the driving shaft, and is coupled at the shaft coupling unit to the driving shaft via a coupling means. The outer diameters of the coupling means and the shaft coupling unit are formed to be smaller than the outer diameter of the core.||12-15-2011|
|20110226681||BALLAST WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM - A system for treatment of ballast water used in a ship includes a filtering unit which filters the ballast water taken into a ship; an ultraviolet treatment unit for sterilizing the ballast water filtered by the filtering unit by using ultraviolet rays; and a control unit for controlling the filtering unit and the ultraviolet treatment unit. The filtering unit includes a body having an inlet and an outlet, a filter for filtering the ballast water flowing along the inside of the body, an automatic washing unit for washing off foreign substances from the filter, and a pressure sensor for measuring pressures at the inlet and the outlet. The ultraviolet treatment unit includes a body having an inlet and an outlet, an ultraviolet lamp for irradiating ultraviolet rays to the ballast water flowing along the inside of the body, a sleeve washing unit, an ultraviolet intensity meter, and a temperature sensor.||09-22-2011|
|20110100885||BALLAST WATER TREATMENT DEVICE - Disclosed herein is a ballast water treatment device. The device includes a filtering unit filtering ballast water introduced into a ship using a filter, a vortex generating unit generating an artificial vortex in the ballast water filtered by the filtering unit, and an ultraviolet treatment unit having an ultraviolet lamp which sterilizes the ballast water discharged from the vortex generating unit using ultraviolet rays, thus preventing secondary contamination resulting from by-products, preventing a ballast tank from becoming contaminated, affording effective maintenance, and making it convenient to control. Further, an artificial vortex is formed in the ballast water when it is mixed, thus allowing a large quantity of ultraviolet rays to be radiated onto the ballast water passing through the ultraviolet treatment unit, therefore improving a sterilization effect.||05-05-2011|
Patent applications by PANASIA CO., LTD.