Indair bag house filters and Wet Scrubber
can be used for a variety of applications from bin venting and product reclamation, while providing dependable, long life-cycle, maintenance free performance. These are some of the most efficient and cost effective dust collector models for capture of erosive and non erosive, light and heavy dust particles.
When the pollutants are smoke, fume or volatile in nature we use wet scrubber to clean the impure air by scrubbing it with water or necessary solvent. Widely used for flue gas treatments. The design and construction of the scrubber varies with the application and nature of fume.
In typical wet scrubber, the polluted gas stream is brought into contact with the scrubbing liquid, by spraying it with the liquid, by forcing it through a pool of liquid, or by some other contact method, so as to remove the pollutants. Special flue gas affinity packing layers are arranged to absorb the impurities. The versatility of wet scrubbers allows them to be built in numerous configurations, all designed to provide good contact between the liquid and polluted gas stream.
The design of wet scrubbers or any air pollution control device depends on the industrial process conditions and the nature of the air pollutants involved. Inlet gas characteristics and dust properties (if particles are present) are of primary importance.
Some advantages of wet scrubbers over these devices are as follows :
A few of the many industries where this product employed :
- Wet scrubbers have the ability to handle high temperatures and moisture.
- In wet scrubbers, flue gases are cooled, resulting in smaller overall size of equipment.
- Wet scrubbers can remove both gases and particulate matter.
- Wet scrubbers can neutralize corrosive gases.
- Hallmarking centers
- Foundries and steel processing plants.
- Chemical industries
- Galvanizing plants
- Pharmaceuticals plant