In lieu of a continuous exhaust for process system, many systems are operated in smaller process reactor batch operations. After several compounds are added to a process batch reactor, a HEIL wet scrubber will handle the exhaust gas to remove noxious or corrosive fumes and particulate. The HEIL scrubber system also reduces excess temperature and pressure from the heat of reaction.
Process Reactor Exhaust Scrubbers differ from continuous process exhaust scrubbers due to their short operation time, high temperature and/or pressure either needed for the reaction to occur or created from the chemical reaction, along initial high inlet concentrations that taper during the batch length. With either a single Heil scrubber or various Heil products, we can size and design the scrubber to optimize fresh water feed and/or chemical consumption, while meeting the project budget.
|Inlet Temperature||Inlet Pressure||Water Vapor Content|
|Ventilation Rate||Contaminant Loading||Desired Removal Efficiency|
|Water only/Chem Addition||Skidmounted||BatchTimes|
|Number of batches/scrubber operation|
The scope of supply for a Process Reactor Exhaust scrubbing system generally includes but not be limited to HEIL wet scrubber(s), recycle pump and piping, electrical control panel, instrumentation, duct work, fan, and stack.
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