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The Importance of Wet Scrubber Efficiency
What are the advantages and disadvantages of using wet scrubbers?
A wet scrubber is an effective means of cleaning or “scrubbing” particulates and chemicals from industrial exhaust gases. Because wet scrubbers use water or a water-based solution to collect pollutants from the exhaust stream, plant managers view the equipment as more complex than dry dust...(Read more...)
Total Dust Management
Your Questions Answered in Our Must-See Video
If you have a dust problem in your facility, you need a solution, but before you rush out and buy a dust collector system “off the shelf,” there are some things you need to consider. In fact, you should never rush into a dust collector purchase....(Read more...)
Dry vs. Wet: The Dust Collection Match-up
If you’re creating dust, you need a dust collector. Period.(Read more...)
What are the Key Factors to Consider When Getting a Wet Scrubber?
Designing a dust collection system is all about matching a dust collector to your specific dust management needs. Just like with baghouses and dry dust collectors, choosing the right wet scrubber will come down to picking a scrubber that is uniquely designed for your application, dust and air...(Read more...)
From Design to Optimization: Everything You Need to Know About Wet Scrubbers
Wet scrubbers help plant managers across various industries improve the air quality in their facilities. You can find wet scrubbers at work in many industrial facilities, as well as:(Read more...)
Which Wet Scrubber is Right for my Application?
Are you considering using a wet scrubber to improve your facility’s air quality control? With high collection efficiencies, explosion risk mitigation, and the ability to remove both dust and gases/vapors in one system, wet scrubbers are great for a variety of industrial applications. Paring the...(Read more...)
Finding the Best Wet Scrubber for Your Application
Wet scrubbers are becoming increasingly popular in the industrial air quality control market. This is due to their ability to handle the industry’s more difficult pollutants, as well as combine particle and gas/vapor removal in a single system. When used correctly in the right applications, wet...(Read more...)
What Particles Does a Wet Scrubber Remove?
If you have a problem with industrial air quality, then you need a dust collector. Finding the right one will depend on your air quality requirements and the particles that you’re dealing with.(Read more...)
How to Meet NFPA 652 Standards
Most every industrial application creates dust and other harmful particulate. To maintain safe levels of air quality and comply with regulatory agencies, particularly with combustible dust, you need a way to manage air quality control, like using a dust collector or wet scrubber.(Read more...)