What is a scrubber used for?
Indusco Environmental Services, Inc. Scrubbers are designed for applications requiring the removal of a wide range of various types of contaminants from various types of gas streams. Typical applications for contaminant removal include noxious or toxic fumes from all types of chemical process operations or odorous fumes from industrial processes, wastewater, sewage treatment, and compost facilities.
¿What is the difference between a wet and dry scrubber?
When flue gas is sent through the system, the wet industrial scrubber sprays this gas with a special fluid that reacts mainly with the heavier contaminants that are present in the gas. On the other hand, a dry industrial scrubber sprays numerous dry reagents onto the exhaust stream.
¿How does a scrubber work?
A scrubber is a waste gas treatment installation in which a gas stream is brought into intensive contact with a liquid, with the aim of allowing certain gaseous components to pass from the gas to the liquid
How do you make a Wet Scrubber?
The design of wet scrubbers depends on the industrial process conditions and the nature of the air pollutants involved in the device. Inlet gas features and dust properties (if present) are of more importance. Scrubbers can also be designed to collect particulate matter and gaseous pollutants.
What do Wet Scrubbers remove?
Wet scrubbers can remove particulate matter by capturing them in liquid droplets. The droplets are then collected, with the liquid dissolving or absorbing the pollutant gases.
What removes Dry Scrubber?
A dry scrubber, or dry scrubber system, is a type of pollution control equipment that is designed to remove harmful gases and particulates from industrial exhaust streams. Dry scrubbers are primarily used to abate acidic gases, like those associated with acid rain.
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