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Air pollution control systems for food industries

Air pollution control systems are widely used in working with plants, engineers, and operators in the food and beverage industry. The thing is that food industries produce numerous liquid wastes that generally include high levels of FOG (fats, oils, and grease), starch, BOD, and solids, which need for modified air treatment processes. Herewith, proper targeting...

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Main advantages of air pollution control

People always try to make their lives easier by developing various ways to reduce the stress of humans, increase the standard of living and make life easier. Nevertheless, it leads to the release of a lot of dangerous pollutants into the atmosphere called air pollution. Herewith, air pollution becomes more and more crucial that is...

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Wet air scrubbers: pH monitoring

Wet air scrubbers find numerous applications in industrial processes to take away dangerous and polluting gas emissions. These gases are caused by combustion in utility and industrial process plants. Nevertheless, the process of air treatment by wet scrubbers demonstrates high efficiency in the removal of by-products and waste gases such as hydrochloric acid (HCl), hydrogen...

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The advantages of air pollution control

The air pollution control already lasts 50 years in the United States. Thus, nowadays the sky is much clearer here than in the mid-20th century. Due to the absence of leaded gasoline and the refusal of power plants from coal, the level of sulfur dioxide has reduced by 91%. Nevertheless, although these growing improvements in...

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Modern scrubber systems become more popular

The ship’s use of modern scrubber systems has become more popular in just the last year, despite the fact that the debate about their viability in mitigating sulfur emissions from ships does not stop. The thing is that open-loop scrubbers are considered to be more dangerous than closed-loop wet scrubbers because of the release of...

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The future of wet scrubber industry

The heavy fuels applied in maritime shipping make the industry the main source of air pollution. Nevertheless, today ship owners intend to perform air treatment of the pollution by using scrubber systems. For instance, gas scrubbers are air treatment devices that allow taking away pollution from exhaust gases, designed to meet the air pollution control...

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Short information about Venturi scrubber systems

Venturi scrubber is considered to be developed to accommodate numerous processes to catch sub-micron particles, with minimum downtime and maintenance. Moreover, Venturi scrubber systems demonstrate great results in processes required high particulate removal efficiency, high inlet gas temperatures, high particle loading and a high percentage of solids in the liquid recirculation loop. Venturi scrubbers find...

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Industrial wet air scrubbers provide air pollution control

Wet air scrubbers are considered to be an air treatment technology that enables to remove particulate pollutants from gaseous streams, therefore, performing air pollution control. Wet scrubbers help fight dust, volatile organic compound, and volatile inorganic compounds.  The working principle of wet air scrubbers reminds showers because they wash and absorb the particulate pollutants by...

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Pollution control systems for the prediction of burning areas

The pollution control system, that can detect crop burning applying satellite data, allows predicting air pollution levels for the next 72 hours. The air pollution control system has been already tested by the Union Ministry of Earth Sciences in Delhi that is likely to burn crop residue on a current-day making regional air quality worse....

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Need for coatings to protect wet scrubber systems

Although the use of stainless steel and GRP in scrubbers provides quality, they still require coatings for some areas, for example, discharge nozzle to mitigate corrosion. It is planned to install scrubber systems at about 4.000 ship vessels (most of them are open-loop scrubbers) next year to meet the requirements of the 2020 sulfur cap...