WET TYPE ‘SCRUBBER’ UNIT
The simplest and lowest-cost option is to scrub the air with a water spray. This water is recirculated after separating oil and dirt. Cooling can be provided if needed. Dirty water goes to the ETP. The unit consists of a scrubbing column, water tank, water pump, blower, and ducting.
This is suitable for all uses—coolant, oil, dust, paint mist, forging, plasma cutting fumes, etc.
|Model||Overall Size||Capacity (CMH)||Blower/Pump|
|WSC-1||200 lit, 20”x 3 m||750 (4” line)||1.0 HP/ 0.50 HP|
|WSC-2||500 lit, 30”x 3 m||1500 (6” line)||1.5 HP /0.75 HP|
|WSC-3||1000 lit, 40”x 4 m||3000 (10” line)||3 HP/ 1.0 HP|
|WSC-4||2000 lit, 60”x 4 m||7500 (15” line)||7.5 HP /1.5 HP|
In some cases, wet scrubbers are replaced by dry mist separators. While these are usually supplied with the main machine, its performance is usually not satisfactory due to their small size, low-pressure axial fan, and media used without draining. We have developed large, low-cost units of much superior design, with a choice of eight media of different porosity, ∆P, and washability. The unit consists of three stages: The first 2 sections coalesce the fine mist into droplets, which are trapped and drained out continuously. The third section of disposable media filters out residual fines; partial settling is also done to get a long life of media and a low-pressure drop. For fine, dry fumes, stage 3 can be superfine with MG media, if required. An additional SS mesh panel is provided for the filtration of any solids that may enter the system with the air.
Additional blowers (centrifugal, high-pressure), flexible ducting, etc. can be supplied if required.
|Model||Overall Size||Capacity (CMH)||Blower|
|EMS-1||470x470x630||800 (4” line)||0.75 HP|
|EMS-2||620x620x730||1500 (6” line)||1 HP|
|EMS-3||820x820x980||3000 (8-10” line)||2 HP|