Jan 2017
Gas Distribution
MEG Fogger Phase 5
NIA_NGGD0088
Live
Jan 2017
Mar 2020
National Grid Gas Distribution
Quentin Bahlmann
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Network Innovation Allowance
GD - Reliability and maintenance and GD - Environment and low carbon
Gas Distribution Networks
£1,065,588.00
The scope of work for the project includes:
  • Redesign and repackaging of the existing design.
  • Lifetime testing of the spray modules.
  • Manufacture of the prototype modules for the field trials and CE mark certification.
  • Installation and commissioning of the units in four trial sites, and monitoring for 12 months.
  • Removal of the units on completion of the trial

The objectives of the project

  •     Design and manufacture a prototype spray head that can be retro fitted to current MEG fogger units.
  •     Successful lifetime testing and CE mark certification prior to installation
  •     A demonstrated increase in MEG saturation levels as result of the operation of the new fogger head technology.
  • Demonstrated and documented increase in saturation levels as a result of the installation of the ne fogger head units.
  • A reliable prototype unit capable of being produced to be installed on the network.