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Scrubbers are an efficient type of air pollution control equipment used to remove particulate matter, fume and gases (especially acid gases) from industrial processes. Scrubbing can be done either by wet or dry mechanism which then categorise the equipments into dry and wet scrubbers. Wet scrubbers are pollution control equipment that use water or other liquid solutions to scrub particulate matter and harmful gases from the gas stream. However, the dry scrubbers are that in which a dry reagent or slurry is injected into the dirty exhaust stream of gases to neutralise or eliminate gaseous components.
ScrubbersWet scrubbers eliminate particulate matter from exhaust gas streams by capturing the particles in fine liquid mist droplets or in layers of scrubbing liquid and then separating the liquid droplets from the gas stream.
There are various process variables which affect the performance of particle removal or performance of the scrubber, being, particle size distribution, size of liquid mist droplets, and the relative velocity of the particles and the liquid mist droplets. The most important parameter is the particle size of the inlet dust content. The larger particles are easier to collect as compared to the finer ones. The key factor for effective particle removal in a wet scrubber is, to create a mist of tiny liquid droplets which acts as collection surfaces. Higher scrubbing efficiency for finer particles can be expected when scrubbing liquid is with the finer mist droplets and more densely available.