HWS Wet Scrubber

Dynamic Scrubber
Dust laden gas enters the lower chamber of the scrubber tangentially ,imparting a cyclonic action to the stream. Coarse particles are removed by a combination of centrifugal and gravitational forces. The stream encounters slurry, created in a later stage, coming down from the upper chamber and becomes partially wetted, initiating agglomeration. As the stream spins through a series of scrubber vanes, intermediate sized particles impinge on the wetted surfaces of the vanes. These particles are then washed down. The gas stream containing the remaining fine dust is drawn into an adjacent chamber containing a wetted fan. Atomized scrubbing liquid is sprayed into the eye of the fan,further reducing droplet size. These
droplets encapsulate the fine dust particles,thus enhancing agglomeration.The gas stream then flows into the upper chamber tangentially at high velocity. The wet agglomerated particles are forced by cyclonic action against the chamber walls and
drain down to the internal discharge cone. The gas stream, free of liquid droplets, spins out through an outlet atop the scrubber.
Venturi Scrubber
The design of the Venturi Scrubber consists of a “wet approach”venturi followed by a liquid entrainment separator. Dust laden gases enter the venturi and instantly make contact with the tangentially introduced scrubbing liquid swirling
down the venturi’s converging walls.At the venturi throat, the gas and liquid streams collide and the liquid breaks down into droplets which trap dust particles. This gas/liquid mixture passes through a flooded elbow, and then enters the entrainment separator through a tangential inlet. Centrifugal action removes the heavy wetted particles from the gas stream. As an alternate, when very large diameter separators are required, the liquid is separated by passing the stream
through a chevron-type mist eliminator baffle.The dust/liquid mixture is discharged
from the separator bottom drain and the cleaned gas leaves through the top of the separator

• No filter elements required
• The safest solution when dealing with flammable/combustible materials
• Universal applications
• High-level separation combined with safe operating technique
• Low-maintenance