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Venturi Scrubbers & Particulate Scrubbers

Multi-vane Scrubber Particulate Scrubbers, often called Venturi Scrubbers, are effective at removing particulate from exhaust with high efficiency. Particulate scrubbers have several advantages compared to other dust collection equipment. They are able to handle gas streams that contain moisture and/or are high temperature, the overall size of the equipment is typically smaller, and they have the potential to remove pollutant gas at the same time as the particulate. Check out our Cut Sheet for the Multi-Vane Venturi Scrubber

Venturi scrubber systems incorporate a scrubbing vessel with a system fan, recycle pump, instrumentation and controls, mist eliminator, and exhaust stack. Wet scrubbers remove particles from gas streams by capturing the particles in liquid droplets and then separating the droplets from the gas stream. Particle laden exhaust gas enters the scrubber where it becomes in contact with a mist of tiny droplets of scrubbing fluid. The fluid is separated from the gas to remove the particulate. Collection efficiency is typically in excess of 99%.

Particulate Scrubber Applications

Pollution Systems’ high quality design and construction also incorporate self cleaning features to maintain high on-stream performance. Some of the more common industrial applications of venturi scrubbers include Corn Processing Facilities, Food Manufacturing, Machining and Grinding exhaust, Fiberglass & Composite Industries, Utility Boilers, Foundries and Metal Finishing Operations.

Check out this case on Pollution Systems' solution to remove grease and particulate at a meat processing plant: Download case study.

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