Wet scrubber

In a wet scrubber process air is drawn through a mist of water made by spray nozzles, then through separators where water droplets with dust and particles are removed. Air scrubbers are commonly used in process-air applications to eliminate potentially harmful dust and pollutants. A liquid, in general water added with active chemicals adapted to the process, is sprayed in to the air flow. Aerosol and gaseous pollutants in the air stream are removed by either absorption or chemical reactions with the water solution.
Water with chemicals are sprayed with high pressure through nozzles into the air flow. Some of the water evaporates, especially if the process-air is hot, and disappear with the exhaust. Water droplets are separated from the exhaust and re-circulated back to the water reservoir. Evaporated water is replaced by fresh water and chemicals. Dust and pollution products from the process are removed periodically through the drain.
Wet Scrubber Basic Configurations
The basic scrubber configurations are:
1. Orifice scrubbers - air or gas velocity is increased through an orifice - increased turbulence atomize the water droplets
2. Venturi scrubbers - air or gas velocity is increased through a venturi shape - increased turbulence atomize the water droplets
3. Fiber-bed scrubbers - air passes through wet-laden fiber mats where mists are collected. Not suited if solid particles are present in the air since the fiber mats may plug
4. Mechanical scrubbers - a mechanical driven rotor produces the fine water droplets in the air
 
 
Erection Wet scrubber 2 Unit at
PT.Sorini Agro Asia Pandaan Pasuruan










Wet scrubber 2 Unit at
PT.Sorini Agro Asia Pandaan Pasuruan

Double cyclone and wet scrubber at PT.SPAT Pasuruan









WET SCRUBBER AT PT. PAMA PERSADA KALTENG