A scrubber or scrubber system is a system that is used to remove harmful materials from industrial exhaust gases before they are released into the environment. There are two main ways to scrub pollutants out of exhaust, and they are:
Wet Scrubbers are effective air pollution control devices for removing particles and/or gases from industrial exhaust streams. A Wet Scrubber operates by introducing the dirty gas stream with a scrubbing liquid – typically water. Particulate or gases are collected in the scrubbing liquid. Wet Scrubbers are generally the most appropriate air pollution control device for collecting both particulate and gas in a single system.Pollution Systems offers a variety of Wet Scrubber systems specifically designed for your process application. Many important operating variables are considered when evaluating the size and type of scrubber for any specific application, and your deadline is always a factor in our responsiveness.
Pollution Systems offers Chemical Scrubbers, aka Gas Scrubbers, that are efficiently and effectively designed to remove gas pollutants. Often these pollutants are chemicals such as ammonia, chlorine or sulfur compounds.
Gas Scrubber system These High-Efficiency Gas Scrubbers work by dissolving or absorbing the pollutant into the scrubbing liquid. The scrubbing li-quid used will depend on the properties of the targeted pollutant. Pollution Systems Gas Scrubber systems incorporate high-quality design and construction for long-term, continuous operation while minimizing the equipment maintenance needed.High-efficiency removal of many gas pollutants is common in many applications. Chemical/Gas Scrubber selection will depend on the operating process characteristics and the particular pollutant(s) that is being removed. Pollution Systems works closely with each of our customers to determine the appropriate technology to use depending on their process and the application.