Scrubber Systems

Chemical Gas Washing Systems

Cleaner Air, Clearer Future

Scrubber Systems for Sustainable Industries

Breathe Easy, Pollution-Free

Powerful Scrubber Systems for Cleaner Environments

Purifying the Present

Protecting Tomorrow

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Scrubber Systems

Chemical Gas Washing Systems

Scrubber Systems

Chemical Gas Washing Systems

The harmful gases and odors caused by the activities of industrial facilities and enterprises pose a great threat to human and environmental health. It is necessary to develop some systems to protect our environment from these harmful substances. Gas purification systems installed in this direction contribute significantly to ensuring environmental safety. This system prevents the formation of acid rain by purifying the acidic gases from the exhaust before being released into the sky.

The scrubber can handle high-temperature streams and very moist streams. It also provides smaller space requirements. In some cases, scrubbers can be retrofitted into current equipment. Also, they can be provide cooling of heated gases. The scrubber, which has a higher desulfurization capacity compared to other equipment, has a low purchase cost. It can cool the heated gases and neutralize highly corrosive gases and dust.

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Advanced Air Pollution Systems for Industries

Protecting the Environment with Scrubber Systems for Chemical Gas Washing.

Industrial facilities and enterprises play a crucial role in driving economic growth and technological advancements. However, the activities of these entities often release harmful gases and odors into the atmosphere, posing significant risks to human health and the environment.
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Why Choose a Scrubber?

  • Can handle high temperature streams and very moist streams
  • Smaller space requirements
  • Can be retrofitted into current equipment (in some cases)
  • Provides cooling of heated gases
  • Higher sulfur dioxide removal capabilities than other equipment options
  • Lower cost of purchase
  • Can remove gases and particulates in a single unit
  • Able to neutralize highly corrosive gases and dusts
  • No temperature limits with the use of heat reduction options
  • Can handle highly flammable dusts, with very little risk of explosion, when properly designed and operated
  • Depends on customer demand IoT can be addable
  • Several customizable options, based on specific output and applications, often allowing for a reduction in cost
  • Eliminates as much or more than 99% of dangerous gases, which meets all EPA requirements for RACT, BACT, and LAER
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Commonly Used in

Hydrochloric Acid
Chlorinated Silanes
Sulfur Oxides
Nitrogen Oxides
Hydrogen Sulfide
Boron Trifluoride
Asphalt Processing
Oil & Gas
Landfills and Biogas
Textile Processing
Tar Removal
Curing Ovens
Vinyl Manufacturing
Acid Mist Control
Fertilizer Manufacturing
Wastewater Treatment
Steel Processing
Food Processing
Cocoa Processing
Nuclear Waste Filtration
Precious Metal Recovery
Wood Products

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Clean Air is a Basis Of a Healthy Life

In the gas treatment system, the working principle of which is to wash the waste gases under raschig rings, the principle of absorption of gases by liquids is applied.

The gas aimed to be purified is taken from the environment with the suction fan and forced to go up through the raschig rings.

Thanks to the gravity force and the sprinkler system, the water that goes down and the gas that encounters in these rings breaks up and encounters as much surface as possible in the liquid phase. Thus, the gases coming out of the "scrubber" chimney are free of harmful contents. However, the remaining liquid has turned into acid and is highly corrosive.

In this case, the pH value of the liquid phase, which is acidic, is increased to be basic or neutral with the dosing system during the cycle. Thus, it is aimed to increase the durability of the system and to decrease the saturation of the liquid phase in the gas absorption process.

Scrubber System Models

Wet Scrubber

Utilization of heat reduction options in the process

Bio Scrubber

Biological Absorption for Effective Gas and Odor Treatment

Dry Scrubber

Utilizes a system that allows gases to pass through filters

Flue Gas Desulfurization

Flue Gas Desulfurization system is an essential solution

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Scrubber System FAQ's

Our company takes immense pride in crafting and exporting top-of-the-line "Scrubber Systems" designed to tackle industrial emissions with efficiency.

With quality and affordability, we offer a diverse range of industrial scrubbers tailored to meet your specific needs. Whether you're in search of gas scrubbers, chemical scrubbers, or robust scrubber systems, we have the perfect solution for you.

Partnering with Ergil, a leader in the field, ensures that our scrubber systems are backed by cutting-edge technology and expertise. Say goodbye to harmful emissions and hello to cleaner air with our innovative gas scrubbing solutions.

Trust in our industrial scrubbers to effectively remove pollutants and uphold environmental standards without compromising on performance.
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A scrubber system, also known as an air scrubber or gas scrubber, is an air pollution control device designed to remove pollutants from industrial exhaust gases or flue gases. It is widely used in various industries, including power generation, chemical processing, oil and gas, and manufacturing.

The primary function of a scrubber system is to remove harmful pollutants, such as particulate matter, sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and other hazardous gases, from the exhaust stream before it is released into the atmosphere. By capturing and neutralizing these pollutants, scrubber systems help minimize the environmental impact and ensure compliance with emission regulations.
Different types of scrubber systems exist, including wet scrubbers, dry scrubbers, and hybrid scrubbers, each tailored to specific pollutants and application requirements. Wet scrubbers use liquid-based processes, while dry scrubbers use dry sorbents or adsorbents to remove pollutants. Hybrid scrubbers combine both wet and dry technologies for enhanced pollutant removal efficiency.

The benefits of scrubber systems are manifold. They help reduce air pollution, improve air quality, and protect human health by removing harmful substances from industrial emissions. Additionally, scrubber systems can aid in the prevention of acid rain, smog formation, and other environmental concerns associated with pollutant release.

ERGIL, as a manufacturer of industrial scrubber systems, offers reliable and efficient solutions for air pollution control. Our scrubber systems are designed to meet stringent emission standards, provide high removal efficiency for various pollutants, and ensure long-term operational reliability. With ERGIL's expertise and commitment to environmental sustainability, industries can effectively mitigate the impact of their operations on air quality.

There are several different types of scrubber systems used in various industries to control air pollution. The choice of scrubber system depends on the specific pollutants to be removed and the operational requirements. Here are some common types:

Wet Scrubbers: Wet scrubbers use a liquid (usually water or a chemical solution) to remove pollutants from the gas stream. They are effective for removing particulate matter and gases like sulfur dioxide (SO2) and hydrogen chloride (HCl). Examples include Venturi scrubbers, packed bed scrubbers, and spray towers.

Dry Scrubbers: Dry scrubbers use dry sorbents or adsorbents to capture pollutants from the gas stream. They are commonly used for removing acid gases like sulfur oxides (SOx) and acid mists. Dry scrubbers are often utilized when water availability is limited or when the byproducts of wet scrubbing are undesirable. Examples include dry lime scrubbers, dry sodium bicarbonate scrubbers, and dry activated carbon systems.

Electrostatic Precipitators (ESPs): ESPs use an electrostatic charge to capture and remove particulate matter from the gas stream. They are particularly effective for collecting fine particles and can handle high-volume gas streams. ESPs are commonly used in power plants and industrial boilers.

Fabric Filters (Baghouses): Fabric filters or baghouses use fabric filter bags to capture particulate matter from the gas stream. They are suitable for capturing fine particles and can handle high-temperature gas streams. Baghouses are widely used in industries such as cement, steel, and asphalt production.

Scrubber Systems for Specific Pollutants: Certain scrubber systems are designed specifically for the removal of particular pollutants. For example, acid gas scrubbers are used to remove acidic gases like hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and chlorine (Cl2). Ammonia scrubbers are employed to capture ammonia (NH3) emissions. Mercury scrubbers are utilized to remove mercury from flue gases.

Each type of scrubber system has its advantages and limitations, and the selection depends on factors such as pollutant characteristics, volume of gas to be treated, space availability, and regulatory compliance requirements. Consulting with experts, like ERGIL, can help determine the most suitable scrubber system for specific industrial applications.

Scrubbers are widely used in various industries that generate air emissions containing pollutants. Some of the industries that commonly use scrubber systems include:

Power Generation: Power plants, including coal-fired, natural gas, and biomass plants, often employ scrubbers to remove pollutants like sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), and particulate matter from flue gases.

Oil Refineries: Refineries utilize scrubbers to control emissions from various process units, such as sulfur recovery units (SRUs), fluid catalytic cracking units (FCCUs), and coking units.

Chemical Manufacturing: Industries involved in chemical production, including petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, and specialty chemicals, use scrubbers to mitigate the release of hazardous gases and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

Steel and Metal Processing: Scrubbers are employed in steel mills, foundries, and metal processing facilities to capture and remove particulate matter, heavy metals, and other pollutants generated during production processes.

Pulp and Paper Mills: Scrubber systems are utilized in pulp and paper manufacturing to control emissions from various sources, including boilers, kilns, and pulp digesters.

Waste Incineration: Waste-to-energy plants and municipal solid waste incinerators employ scrubbers to remove pollutants, such as acid gases (e.g., hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid), heavy metals, and dioxins/furans, from the exhaust gases.

Petrochemical and Refining: Facilities involved in the production of petrochemicals and refining of crude oil utilize scrubbers to control emissions from various units, such as catalytic crackers, hydrocrackers, and sulfur recovery units.

Pharmaceutical and Biotech: Scrubbers play a role in controlling emissions from pharmaceutical manufacturing processes, including solvent recovery, drying, and chemical reactions.

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