If you’re creating dust, you need a dust collector. Period.
In the fight for better air quality control, you have two main choices of equipment: dry dust collectors and wet scrubbers. Both lead to safer work environments, better regulatory compliance, and higher-quality products by helping you get rid of harmful dust and pollutants throughout your facility. With all of this at stake, it’s important that you choose the right piece of equipment.
Since both dry collectors and the wet scrubber have inherent advantages and disadvantages associated with their design, how do you choose the right one? The team at Sly is here to help. With our nearly 150 years of experience in the air quality control industry, we know what works and what doesn’t for each application. That’s why we’ve come up with this helpful checklist to help guide you to the right solution based on what kind of dust you’re dealing with. Check out this animated infographic on the match-up between dry collectors and wet scrubbers.