Industrial Wet & Dry Scrubbers

Industrial wet and dry scrubber systems are used to eliminate dangerous gases and particulate matter from process emissions, drawing on a range of technologies to “wash” exhaust before releasing it to the atmosphere. Scrubbers use several types of combustion technology to achieve these objectives, helping businesses meet compliance codes and environmental safety regulations.

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Scrubber System Types

Tech Fab’s experienced team of engineers, design professionals and production personnel have the skill and expertise to create scrubber systems that meet even the most demanding performance expectations. To that end, we will help you identify and configure a scrubbing technology that is crafted to meet your unique needs. The major types of scrubber systems include:

  • Wet scrubbers. Using water or specially formulated liquid-based agents, wet scrubbers neutralize specific chemical compounds and harmful byproducts. They are usually used to clean gaseous compounds.
  • Dry scrubbers. Designed to target acidic gases like sulfur dioxide and hydrogen chloride, dry scrubbers safely remove pollutants with minimal or no use of water or liquid agents.
  • Absorbers. In some cases, contaminants can be eliminated through absorption by other chemical agents.
  • Mercury removal systems. Using wet scrubber technologies, systems can be designed to specifically neutralize soluble mercury, a highly dangerous industrial byproduct.

Common Scrubber System Applications

  • Sulfur Oxide (Sox) removal
  • Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) removal
  • Ammonia removal
  • Carbon Dioxide (Co2) removal
  • Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) removal

Get Helpful Advice or a Free Estimate

As a leading dry and wet gas scrubber manufacturer, the Tech Fab team is always happy to discuss your project-specific needs in detail. For questions about scrubber systems, or to request a free, no-obligation estimate, contact a Tech Fab professional at (281) 862-9001 or online by clicking here.

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Scrubber System Types

Tech Fab’s experienced team of engineers, design professionals and production personnel have the skill and expertise to create scrubber systems that meet even the most demanding performance expectations. To that end, we will help you identify and configure a scrubbing technology that is crafted to meet your unique needs. The major types of scrubber systems include:

  • Wet scrubbers. Using water or specially formulated liquid-based agents, wet scrubbers neutralize specific chemical compounds and harmful byproducts. They are usually used to clean gaseous compounds.
  • Dry scrubbers. Designed to target acidic gases like sulfur dioxide and hydrogen chloride, dry scrubbers safely remove pollutants with minimal or no use of water or liquid agents.
  • Absorbers. In some cases, contaminants can be eliminated through absorption by other chemical agents.
  • Mercury removal systems. Using wet scrubber technologies, systems can be designed to specifically neutralize soluble mercury, a highly dangerous industrial byproduct.

Common Scrubber System Applications

  • Sulfur Oxide (Sox) removal
  • Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) removal
  • Ammonia removal
  • Carbon Dioxide (Co2) removal
  • Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) removal

Get Helpful Advice or a Free Estimate

As a leading dry and wet gas scrubber manufacturer, the Tech Fab team is always happy to discuss your project-specific needs in detail. For questions about scrubber systems, or to request a free, no-obligation estimate, contact a Tech Fab professional at (281) 862-9001 or online by clicking here.

Scrubber System Types

Tech Fab’s experienced team of engineers, design professionals and production personnel have the skill and expertise to create scrubber systems that meet even the most demanding performance expectations. To that end, we will help you identify and configure a scrubbing technology that is crafted to meet your unique needs. The major types of scrubber systems include:

  • Wet scrubbers. Using water or specially formulated liquid-based agents, wet scrubbers neutralize specific chemical compounds and harmful byproducts. They are usually used to clean gaseous compounds.
  • Dry scrubbers. Designed to target acidic gases like sulfur dioxide and hydrogen chloride, dry scrubbers safely remove pollutants with minimal or no use of water or liquid agents.
  • Absorbers. In some cases, contaminants can be eliminated through absorption by other chemical agents.
  • Mercury removal systems. Using wet scrubber technologies, systems can be designed to specifically neutralize soluble mercury, a highly dangerous industrial byproduct.

Common Scrubber System Applications

  • Sulfur Oxide (Sox) removal
  • Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) removal
  • Ammonia removal
  • Carbon Dioxide (Co2) removal
  • Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) removal

Get Helpful Advice or a Free Estimate

As a leading dry and wet gas scrubber manufacturer, the Tech Fab team is always happy to discuss your project-specific needs in detail. For questions about scrubber systems, or to request a free, no-obligation estimate, contact a Tech Fab professional at (281) 862-9001 or online by clicking here.

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