Since it’s inception in 1981, M&I has completed hundreds of installations for a variety of applications, where quality, performance and reliability are essential. M&I’s 100,000 square foot manufacturing facility is located in Mississauga, Ontario (Canada) and serves the M&I group of companies. Products and solutions that M&I has developed and supplied have been manufactured in-house. The largest unit that M&I has manufactured in this facility is a Roof Top Air Handling Unit for Yerkes Neuroscience Research Facility, U.S.A. This unit when assembled occupies approx. 5,000 Sq. Ft area (125′ x 40′) and weighs over 122,000 Kg.
M&I technology offers 3 major benefits to the utility industry/power plants which is ignored.
- Enhancement of existing environmental equipment performance viz.
- SCR: improvement of mass fraction (NH3 + flue gas mixing over catalyst bed enabling optimum NOx reduction
- ESP: pressure drop reduction and enhancement of ESP collection efficiency through uniform distribution of flue gas across electrodes
- improvement of FGD/Scrubber performance
- Reduction in the plant draft loss providing direct reduction in the parasitic power loss. Further there could be a significant reduction in the cross section of the ducting enabling reduction in overall cost.
- Improvement in the performance of existing FD, ID and PA fans to provide up to 10-15% higher airflow from the same fan and motor.
M&I Power Technology, does not promote itself as being a CFD modeling company in the convensional sense. Rather, it provides the actual hardware at the jobsite either being manufactured at the M&I facility or at designated manufacturers’ facility by owners and consulting engineers under M&I supervision.
M&I only provides CFD modeling and 3-D drawings in the context of a possible contact in order to validate M&I’s concept over conventional concept. Besides, M&I has over 25 years of experience in the fan and ducting business furnishing over 100 million cfm to validate its concept in 48 States, including Boeing and Pentagon. M&I has also acted as an EPC contractor and is open for future projects up to $10-15 million involving key transition components (KTCs).