The purpose of a wet scrubber is to remove contaminates from an air or gas stream.
Fine micron particles (as small as ¼ micron) are captured in low-pressure water and are injected into an incoming air stream.
The particulate laden water is accelerated through an adjustable venturi. This action ensures that the particles stay trapped within the water stream.
The air stream sends the high velocity particulates into a large tank of water. The water tank allows the air to bubble out, while the particulates are submerged and trapped.
As the air stream flows up through the moisture eliminator plates, finer particulates cling to the condensation on the plates. The clean air is then blown back into the work area, or into the exhaust ductwork.
In the water tank, the particulates settle to the bottom where a conveyor scrapes the particulates into an area that dries the sludge, leaving clean water behind. The dried sludge is then deposited into a container located outside the unit, ready for recycling or disposal.
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