Wet scrubbers come in a variety of types and shapes, but all are basically designed to remove gases/vapors and particulates from the exhaust from process equipment like furnaces, dryers, mixers, bagging stations, etc. They’re often the best option for handling combustible particulates because...(Read more...)
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What is a Wet Scrubber?
A wet scrubber is a mechanical system that removes pollutants from an air stream by bringing it in contact with a scrubbing liquid, most often water. Wet scrubbers are generally the only single air pollution control device that can remove both particulates and gases/vapors. They are highly...(Read more...)
Wet vs. Dry Systems: Which Is Best for Your Air Pollution Control Challenge?
Air pollution control systems fall into two main categories: wet scrubbers and dry dust collectors (including both baghouses and cartridge collectors). Each type has its place, but determining which is best for a particular application does require careful consideration.(Read more...)
Preventing Dust Explosions: Considerations for Weighing Your Dust Control Options
Industrial dust explosions don’t “just happen.” Too many manufacturers don’t consider the combustibility of the dust their processes may be creating when weighing their dust control options.(Read more...)
Sly’s Customized Dust Collection System Resolves AVEKA's Unique Predicament
Most factories require dust collection systems for employee safety and compliance with environmental regulations. Sometimes there are a number of factors to consider, including unique challenges or restrictive space constraints. This was the case with AVEKA, who reached out to Sly for help with...(Read more...)
What You Need to Know About Wet Scrubbers
How to Determine Wet Scrubber Costs for Your Next System Design
Budgeting for a wet scrubber system can seem like an overwhelming task when you install one only every few years. When building a budget for the project, not only do facilities engineers and operations staff have to consider the many equipment options available, but they also have to keep in...(Read more...)
What to Look for When Evaluating a Wet Scrubber Quote
When evaluating quotes from wet scrubber manufacturers, it is best to watch out for a few important details and approaches. Not every quote is prepared with the same level of detail, so it becomes tough for an engineer or plant manager to lay them alongside each other and see an apples-to-apples...(Read more...)
Mercury Gas Removal in Cement Kiln Exhausts
When should I get a wet scrubber instead of a baghouse?
Though dry dust collectors are the most popular form of air pollution control (APC), there is no single answer to today’s APC problems. In many cases, a wet scrubber may work better than a baghouse, even for dry dust.(Read more...)