Ecological Engineering: Wet Air Scrubbers

All companies that produce, use or handle more than the threshold quantities with at least one of these substances will be obliged to have an approved release prevention and control program. These limits will be based on toxicity, flammability and amount of the substances which have serious destructive effects on human health. Remediation measures will probably be required for most manufacturers and users of such pollutants.

Wet scrubber systems are particularly well suited for the control of emissions and accidental releases in chemicals and pharmaceuticals industries. Wet air scrubbers are not only effective but also efficient and often require less energy than other air scrubbing systems.

Studies in these areas can help to conduct laboratory and R&D research during which toxic chemical off-gases from a tank or reactor vents and chemical off-gases from small and medium-sized industrial incinerators discharge. The application of wet scrubbers to clean flue gases before they leave the smokestacks has a decisive and beneficial impact on the environment. The number of different pollutants that can exit from mechanisms are observably reduced when wet scrubbers are used to collect particulate matter and acidic gases. Wet scrubbers contribute to the increase in air quality and reduce the risk of people’s health. Typical wet scrubber systems consist of a scrubbing vessel, ductwork, and a fan system, mist eliminator, pump (and possibly recycle system), scrubbing liquid and an exhaust stack. In addition to this, modern wet scrubbers have controls to monitor the system during its operation and make any necessary adjustments. The modern trend is the installation of hybrid systems that use venturis or cyclones plus scrubbing towers and mist eliminators or a combination of various types of venturis or towers. Such a system provides both rough and fine scrubbing to achieve the highest efficiency and is effective for mixtures of gases and gases in particulate.

It is necessary to understand that pollution control equipment is not less important than the plant’s revenue-producing process equipment. Wet scrubber systems need similar care of pumps or distillation columns, they also need a yearly turnaround maintenance with inspection of beds, spray nozzles, critical dimensions etc.

Although wet scrubber systems have many advantages, there are still waste products from the scrubbing process whether wet or dry scrubbing is used. The waste must be disposed of safely because of their chemical content. Dry scrubbing has become more common as the sheer volume of the waste products is less significant than the waste from a wet scrubbing operation as a result.

Multi-vortex wet air scrubber is a new type of wet air scrubber that is devoid of many wet air scrubbers’ drawbacks while operating at the same efficiency. Multi-vortex wet air scrubber can replace any wet air scrubber as a whole, and in some cases, we can use old scrubber – primarily it’s body – as a basis for a multi-vortex wet air scrubber system. Being a new type of wet scrubber, multi-vortex wet air scrubber cleans air from gases, dust, vapors and other admixtures using water or other cleaning liquid. Multi-vortex wet air scrubber produces the cleaning mist differently from other scrubber systems, which results in running costs that are much lower than for a common wet scrubber.

If you would like to purchase multi-vortex wet air scrubber, please contact us at info@optromix.com

 

 

 

 

 

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