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Dry Scrubbing Removes Air Contaminants Without the Use of Water or the Drainage of Spent Chemicals

What Is Dry Scrubbing?

Exploring The Basics Of Dry Scrubbing Air Purification

Dry Scrubbing utilizes activated carbon and/or chemical impregnates to remove contaminants from the air in municipal and industrial applications. There is no water or liquids involved in dry scrubbing, allowing for year-round operation without the need for freeze protection.

Required Maintenance...

Dry Scrubbing typically uses only one electrical component: an air blower.

Chemical feed pumps, recirculating pumps, gas sensors and process controllers are not required.

There are less moving parts to maintain or repair on a dry scrubbing system.

Without the handling of liquids, there is no need to switch out drums or totes or take in bulk chemical deliveries.

Dry Scrubbing requires the replacement of spent media, which should only occur once every year or two.

Capacity Control...

Dry Scrubbers have a contact chamber that is filled with activated carbon or impregnated media.

Dry scrubbing media is always a solid, in the form of granules or pellets.

As polluted air passes through the contact chamber, the contaminants are removed by the media.

A properly designed dry scrubbing system will be capable of treating the highest peaks in contaminant gasses.

If there are more contaminants in the air, then more contaminants are removed, without any adjustments.

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