wet scrubber


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wet scrubber

[′wet ′skrəb·ər]
(engineering)
A device designed to clean a gas stream by bringing it into contact with a liquid.
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Tenders are invited for Construction Of Wet Scrubber And Id Fan Foundation And Ash Pond
A Candovent ventilation system specific to Galvatek is powered by a wet scrubber and ventilation fan.
My firm believe is that the dry technology will offer an attractive alternative to existing wet scrubber solutions," Director Kjell Weppling from Nordkalk quoted as saying last week.
The unnamed company in the Rhymney Valley stopped using a wet scrubber - a device for removing pollutants from gas streams - on Saturday evening and is now seeking advice on cleaning and disinfection.
Its design uses energy-efficient microwave plasma in a controlled chemical environment and an integrated wet scrubber to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 95% over a wide range of total flow rates and PFC concentrations.
Conditioners are to be dedusted via wet scrubber by fan, and dust is to be separated by wet process in scrubbers using a water spray, than it is to be taken back to the conditioners as a rare slurry (Hadziahmetovic, 2008).
The self-induced spray wet scrubber units, which will be removing cobalt chrome, stainless steel and titanium dust during grinding and polishing of precision equipment, are rated for the handling of e plosion-generating dusts.
5 million units have been sold -- have added automatic recharging, timed cleaning and now the Scooba wet scrubber.
In response to concerns about plant emissions, the Big Stone II project wet scrubber will be sized to reduce the existing Big Stone Plant's emissions as well.
The new odor control facilities at SESD incorporate multiple-stage, counter-current, packed-tower, wet scrubber systems; activated carbon adsorption; and dispersion stacks.
In both phases, all gases are treated through a quenching tower and wet scrubber for SO-2 removal.