Scrubbers are used for gaseous and particulate control, by means of utilizing water, or other liquid, to remove pollutants from an exhaust stream.
With Venturi scrubbers, the dirty gas entering a scrubber is forced at high velocity through a Venturi where it collides with scrubbing water. The tiny water droplets capture particles through impaction and diffusion. The dirty water is then removed in a cyclonic separator and discharged into a recycle tank. Some of the liquid is continuously purged to limit the solids concentration and allow recirculation back to the Venturi section.
The Fisher-Klosterman Emtrol brand VTS Venturi Scrubber is engineered to handle the most difficult of scrubbing applications. Our designs are made to prevent wear and accommodate a high solids concentration – ensuring maximum performance and reliability.