Gas Scrubbers

Gas scrubbers use a washing liquid to separate contaminants from a gas stream.

Highly efficient technique for removing harmful acid gases, amines and organic pollutants from an exhaust gas.

How gas scrubbers work

In the gas scrubber, a contaminated gas is brought into contact with the washing liquid. Reagents are added to this washing liquid to ensure effective removal of contaminants. The removal efficiency is controlled via pH control and/or density measurements of the washing liquid. Gas scrubbers are custom-made and are available in many sizes.

Gas scrubber applications

The gas scrubber uses various reagents, as a result of which this technology can be used in many applications. The gas scrubber's construction materials can be adapted to the process conditions. As a result, this technology can also be used at high temperatures or when dealing with corrosive substances.

Gas scrubbers are especially well-suited for:

  • The chemical and pharmaceuticals industries.
  • Waste water treatment.
  • Plastics industry.
  • Metals industry.
  • incinerator installations

Important benefits

  • Low maintenance.
  • Optional explosion protection (ATEX).
  • Compact design.
  • Easily-manageable waste stream.
  • Resistant to high temperatures and chemical substances.
  • Pilot installation available.