Ideal for any combustion process generating corrosive by-products
Most stack gas emissions requirements are based on a mass emissions standard of lbs./hr. in vs. lbs./hr. out for contaminants such as HCl, Cl2, SO2, HF, etc.
Q-Scrub requires the lowest capital investment of any wet combination quench/scrubber system. Operating costs are minimized through neutralization of corrosive flue gases, efficient use of chemicals, and low pressure drop.
Materials of construction for the quench section include Hastelloy™ C276 and 316L to 304 stainless steel; high-temperature FRP is recommended for applications below 149°C. The scrubber section is manufactured in polypropylene, fiberglass or high alloy steel.
For applications involving the removal of submicron particulates, see CCS option, which can incorporate the Q-Scrub for total control of gas and particulate, including submicron particulate.
High efficiency packed bed incinerator scrubber, using patented Tri-Packs® media, which optimize surface contact between the gas and the scrubbing liquid and develop very low static pressure per foot of depth.
Mist eliminator section – 99%+ efficient units available.
Integral recirculation system and corrosion-resistant pump.
Plumbing package for quench and scrubber sections.
Vertical or horizontal wet quench section or quench venturi section.
Instrumentation package, including pH/ORP control as necessary and flow sensors. Q-Scrub incinerator scrubbers offer fully automated operation.
Motor control starter package. incinerator scrubbers offer fully automated operation.
Q-Scrub interfaces with Tri-Mer’s Tri-NOx® Multi-Chem® system where NOx must also be destroyed. Multi-Chem is the practical, efficient solution to NOx emissions from all sources, at all loadings.