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We are a well-known Wet Scrubber Manufacturer and Supplier in Gujarat (India). The Wet Scrubber that we offer is basically required for Boiler. If you wish to remove the particulates (and/or droplets) from a corrosive gas stream, there is a SGEW Umbrella Scrubber system will give you collection efficiencies in excess of 99% with water, and this for a relatively low capital outlay.
It is made up of S.S. 316 and thickness as per required by client. This scrubber is made on the theory of Cyclone i.e. in this scrubber we use high velocity of cyclonic force and this force is shuttle down the maximum particles in to boiler out-let flue gas. We use the baffle plate for reduce the velocity of gas for better scribing on this we give water spray from above as well as from bottom. We used spiral (umbrella) nozzle in this scrubber to give the form of like umbrella.
Cyclone separators provide a method of removing particulate matter from air streams at low cost and low maintenance. In general, a cyclone consists of an upper cylindrical part referred to as the barrel and a lower conical part referred to as cone. The air stream enters tangentially at the top of the barrel and travels downward into the cone forming an outer vortex. The increasing air velocity in the outer vortex results in a centrifugal force on the particles separating them from the air stream. When the air reaches the bottom of the cone, an inner vortex is created reversing direction and exiting out the top as clean air while the particulates fall into the dust collection chamber attached to the bottom of the cyclone.
Fractional Efficiency Curve
The cyclone fractional efficiency curve (FEC) relates percent efficiency to the particle diameter and can be obtained from test data that include inlet and outlet concentrations and particle size distribution (PSDâ��s). It is commonly assumed that the FEC can be defined by a cumulative lognormal distribution. As a lognormal distribution curve, the cyclone FEC can be characterized by the cut-point (d50) and sharpness-of-cut (the slope of the FEC) of the cyclone. As mentioned above, the cut-point of a cyclone is â��Automatic Entry Device (AED) and Cyclonic action help to remove particles with 50% efficiency of Dry Gases. Remaining particles are removed with the help umbrella nozzles, and deflector.
In this scrubber, there are two cleaning doors and a baffle plate and a spiral nozzle. It is in the cyclonic form at high velocity and it is broken from centrifugal force.
Design Features Of The Scrubber
The scrubber is equipped with a Special Umbrella Nozzle placed in the Centre. This scrubber is developed to work for almost all type of fuel burning system. Scrubber is designed in five parts :
Each part is designed with utmost care for functioning to its maximum efficiency and with collective efficiency to give best scrubber effect for almost any type of gas exhaust. As well, care has been taken in every stage to give maximum scrubber efficiency. This further improves performance and overcome the design limitations of the existing scrubbers.