Typical applications include - semi-conductor manufacturing, chemical plants, pulp and paper mills, fertiliser plants and food processing operations.
The open design permits collection of sticky or gummy particulate without the risk of plugging. A high liquid flow rate at pressures up to 100 psig includes a draft drawing gas through the venturi throat.
Gas/liquid contact occurs in the venturi throat where the containment gas or particulate is removed. Static pressures from 0 to 6” WC and air flows up to 70,000 cfm can be generated using an optional recirculating system with pressures up to 100 psig. 770 Scrubbers are designed to provide continuous make-up solution for maximum absorption. Overflow drains permit collected contaminant removal. The mist eliminator located at the outlet provides efficient moisture removal prior to cleaned air discharge.
Low initial cost: The Series 770 Water Jet is capable of inducing gas flows up to 160,000 m /hr against static resistances up to 200mm W.G. without using a fan. Pre-engineered standard designs are available over the range of capabilities.
Low maintenance cost: No moving internal parts to wear. The spray nozzles used to direct the spray to the throat have large orifices to eliminate the potential for plugging. The open design enables the Series 770 Water Jet Scrubber to be highly effective controlling heavy solids loadings, as well as sticky or tacky materials which could clog other scrubbers.
Versatile: The Series 770 Water Jet Scrubber can be specified for a wide variety of gas scrubbing applications. In addition they can be operated in series with another Series 770 Water Jet or other type scrubbers, e.g. Series 730 Countercurrent Scrubber, etc., to achieve maximum efficiencies even for the most difficult of applications.
High efficiency: Proper sizing of the unit and selection of irrigation rate, pressure, and chemical addition will result in efficiencies up to 90% for soluble gases for a single Series 770 Water Jet. Particulate collection efficiency can exceed 99%.
Extended service life: Individual units are designed with maximum corrosion resistance as a primary consideration. The wide selection of corrosion resistant materials feature FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) as a standard material with stainless steel and other alloy construction available.
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