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What is a wet scrubber?
Wet Scrubbers are a type of air pollution control equipment that may be used to remove airborne particulates and/or gases from industrial exhaust streams.
Also known as water scrubber, a wet scrubber sprays a liquid (often water) into an exhaust gas or off-gas stream to capture contaminants and neutralize pollutants.
Scrubbers are typically in the form of a cylindrical tower, where the liquid is sprayed into the top of the tower and runs downward, while exhaust enters at the bottom and moves upwards through the liquid. The tower may contain a packing material to facilitate air-to-liquid mixing.
Wet Scrubbers can be used to capture both particulates and gases in a single stream, but they are typically not effective for capturing VOCs, odors, and other organic non-polar gases. Wet scrubbers can be used to capture gases that are soluble in water, such as alcohols and other polar molecules.
Wet Scrubber effectiveness on:
*A wet scrubber is effective at removing inorganic odor compounds, such as hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and ammonia (NH3).
Industries, Applications, & Case Studies
The Best Wet Scrubber Manufacturers
Other Types of Scrubbers
- Particulate Scrubber
- Dust Scrubber
- Alkaline Scrubber
- Boiler Scrubber
- Sulfuric Acid Scrubber
- H2S Scrubber
- Chlorine Scrubber
- Sulfur Dioxide Scrubber
- SO2 Scrubber
- Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD)
- Power Plant Scrubber
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