air scrubber


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air washer

A water spray system or device for cleaning, humidifying, or dehumidifying the air.
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Subsequently, 2 air scrubbers near the BWTP were tested, and air above the BWTP was sampled.
As a solution he intends to install costly air scrubbers. "These will remove up to 90% of the ammonia produced by the hens," he said.
The manufacture, supply and installation of progressing cavity pumps by Mono[R] has enabled Grampian Prepared Meats to comply with Pollution Prevention and Control (PPC) regulations at its Anglesey plant and also provided effective odour control without the considerable expense of installing a large air scrubber unit.
has a biological air scrubber system to remove and destroy contaminants in gaseous emissions.
Also, Atmosphere's products are being evaluated to be used as a sanitizing air scrubber.
Dri-Eaz Products is offering the Dri-Eaz Guide to Air Scrubbing, intended to help restoration professionals better understand the use and applications of air scrubbers. The guide covers a broad ran of topics from how an air scrubber work to exposing myths about HEPA filters.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 24, 2012-Sealed Air Corporation wins EPA award in recognition of ReNew Air Scrubber programme(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
An example of this technique in action is a foundry that performed an energy audit and realized that a cupola air scrubber was responsible for 51% of the electricity budget.
The use of HEPA filtration in conjunction with air scrubber technology puts Five Boro Mold Specialist at the forefront of cutting edge methodologies being adopted by mold removal experts today.