absorption tower

absorption tower

[əb′sȯrp·shən ‚tau̇·ər]
(engineering)
A vertical tube in which a rising gas is partially absorbed by a liquid in the form of falling droplets. Also known as absorption column.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 2, 2019-: Global Absorption Tower Market: Revenue, Opportunity, Segment and Key Trends 2019-2025
The sulphur recovery unit consists of a two-section electric filter (dust cleaning) and an absorption tower which uses lime solution (for the cleaning of sulphur compounds).
Awarded for securing outstanding quality, work processing, and project completion in absorption tower lining
A mixture of carbon dioxide and nitrogen is inserted at the bottom of the first stack, the absorption tower, and saturated with water.
It is observed that the SO2 concentration has strongly changed in the outlet of absorption tower. In the other word the absorption efficiency highly depends on pH variation.
In January, Sany's SCC16000 lifted 950.5 tonnes in an operation in to install an absorption tower, in a project which belongs to Sinopec's Maoming Company.
Finnish high-tech group Vaahto Group Plc (OMX Helsinki: WAT1S) said on Wednesday (15 October) that its subsidiary Japrotek Oy Ab will deliver a nitric acid absorption tower to Uhde GmbH to Indonesia.
Note: In the liquid column tower method, limestone slurry is sprayed upward from the lower area of an absorption tower. Twice - on ascending and again on descending u the slurry liquid makes contact with the flue gas, causing a reaction whereby the SO2 content is removed.
In the testing project in Germany, E.ON Energie will build, based on MHI's basic design, a CO2 recovery pilot plant including a flue-gas cooling tower, a CO2 absorption tower using the KS-1 solvent, and a CO2 desorption tower for separating the CO2 from the absorbent.