Category Archive: NOx Technology

Oct 23 2015

Know-NOx: Conserving Water While Cleaning the Air

Water has become liquid gold in some areas of the United States, as the current drought and massive aquafer purchases by the Bush family, T. Boone Pickens, and others have created an awareness of how little water we have and how valuable it can become. People everywhere are reducing their water usage; the brown lawns, …

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Jun 03 2013

SUR/FIN Paper Presentation

NO & NO2 graphic

Dr. Richardson will be presenting a paper for the NASF SUR/FIN Manufacturing & Technology Conference on Tuesday, June 11th, 2013 in Rosemont, Illinois. His paper is titled “NOx Scrubbing Technology Breakthrough” and will present research findings and practical results that address the treatment of problematic greenhouse gases: Nitrogen oxides (NOx) and sulfur oxides (SOx). There …

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Apr 18 2013

Innovative patented gas phase chlorine dioxide (ClO2) sensor dramatically improves process control.

A business relationship between Dr. Richardson of PRDD Inc. / Know-NOx LLC and Deep Reach Oxidation LLC (DRO) makes a powerful new patented gas phase ClO2 sensor available for a variety of applications.  This new patented gas phase ClO2 sensor was developed by DRO, in conjunction with Dr. Materer of Oklahoma State University for specialized applications.  Dr. …

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Mar 13 2013

Collaboration with the EPA


The EPA and many clients with NOx compliance challenges are excited about Know-NOx technology. Know-NOx participation in research, testing, and problem resolution has earned favorable recognition with many local EPA districts.  The PRDD/Know-NOx technology appears to be the best available option for ambient temperature NOx abatement compliance with Part 50.11 of the National Primary & …

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Jan 28 2013

NOx Scrubbing Technology Breakthrough


Pacific Rim Design and Development is  proud to introduce a technology breakthrough in the treatment and safe elimination of problematic nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2 ).  There are six forms of nitrogen oxide (NOx); the drawings show the two most problematic forms. These two are of particular interest because they are identified as atmospheric pollutants (greenhouse …

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