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Working principle of baghouse dust collectors

Air treatment devices are widely used in industry for accurate cleaning of ventilation air from dust particles, as well as for industrial and sanitary cleaning of gas emissions. Baghouse dust collectors are regarded as the most widespread in the industry for dry air treatment of gas emissions from impurities. The baghouse dust collector for ventilation...

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Strict air pollution control in Jakarta

This week the administration of Jakarta city starts to provide the extension of the air pollution control policy in order to improve the poor air quality in the capital. The thing is that Jakarta is considered to be a city with one of the worst air quality in the world, thus, Jakarta and its satellite...

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Efficient scrubbing systems for fertilizer industry

Recently the agricultural plant opportunities have been improved due to the additional process units that allow updating the production and quality of fertilizers, resulting in the requirement for effective air pollution control of toxic emissions from fertilizer industries. Thus, the novel scrubbing technology makes it possible to achieve the lowest ever urea dust emissions at...

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Air pollution control promotes the reduction of crime rate

At the present time, it is a well-known fact that air pollution is considered to be one of the reasons that lead people to a slow death. According to the World Health Organization, poor level of air quality caused by air pollution (both outdoor and household one) is responsible for the deaths of about 7...

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Scrubbing system technology for marine application

Scrubbing systems (or exhaust gas cleaning systems) are considered to be the best air treatment devices that are able to take away particulate matters and dangerous components, for example, sulfur (SOx) and nitrogen (NOx) oxides from the exhaust gases resulting from combustion processes in ship engines to carry out air pollution control. The main scrubbing...

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Air pollution control for the risk elimination to a human body

The term “air pollution” is used for the name of tiny particles and gases in the air that provoke crucial harm to a human body during breathing them in. For example, gases like nitrogen dioxide, ozone, sulfur dioxide, and carbon monoxide particulate matters or PM, as well as polluted air (both human and natural origin),...

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Scrubbing systems for combustion processes

Numerous undesirable products are produced in the result of fuel combustion processes. Thus, flue gases include carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, acids and aerosolized metal oxides that cause poor air quality, and consequently, air pollution. Nonetheless, the majority of electric carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, acids, and aerosolized metal...

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Air treatment by Scrubbing Systems and Spray Booths

Today the fight for good air quality brings manufacturers to search for best air treatment systems when they are developing a spray booth for their operations. Herewith, the most popular application of air treatment devices in modern spray booths is the painting process, in which the scrubbing system captures paint overspray and other air pollutants...

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The application of Wet Air Scrubbing Systems in the mining industry

With the development of technology and increasing the level of air pollution, people have naturally moved towards the creation of efficient air treatment devices, one of which is a scrubber — a system of dust and gas collecting, applied in a wide range of industrial and processing enterprises. Scrubbing systems are industrial devices designed for...

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Is it possible to resolve the trust issue over scrubbing systems?

The air pollution control is considered to be today primary task that is required to be resolved. The exact issue is dangerous because air pollutants released during the burning of fuel fossils greatly influence human health, they excite a negative impact on air quality and the environment as a whole. That is why the IMO’s...