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Air Scrubbers Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of air scrubbers manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source air scrubbers manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate air scrubbers companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer air scrubbers for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy toconnect with leading air scrubbers manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for air scrubbers for sale, or industrial air scrubbers.

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Count on Adwest Technologies` many years dedicated to the RETOX RTO technical, design, fabrication, quality control and service experience to provide our past, current and future clients with an exceptionally reliable and energy efficient VOC compliance advantage, such as our air scrubbers. Call or email us today and experience the ADWEST RTO Advantage yourself!
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Anguil designs, manufactures, services and installs oxidizer systems for the destruction of VOCs, HAPs and Odorous emissions. Since 1978, our thermal and catalytic designs have been successfully applied in almost every application. We provide energy-efficient, pollution control solutions today that help our customers remain profitable tomorrow.
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At Air-Clear LLC our approach is to learn as much as possible about your process and air quality requirements, and to use that information to engineer the equipment that maximizes your investment. We understand the role that air quality equipment like air scrubbers has in your operation, which is why reliability is of utmost importance to our engineers. Call today!
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Catalytic Products International, Inc. specializes in air scrubbers, and filtration systems. Our professional engineering team is standing by to offer their expert design experience. We offer 24 hour immediate response service, emergency parts, planned maintenance, and other value-added services. Please call us today or visit our website to learn more about our air scrubbers and other products!
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B&W MEGTEC offers the most technologically innovative products for acid gas and particulate removal. Our range of products for particulate and acid gas absorption include wet and dry scrubbers, open spray towers, tray towers, packed towers and atomizing spray scrubbers.
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If you are looking for air scrubbers then you have come to the right place. Our products can be tailored to meet your needs and you will not be upset with the products you receive. We are a turnkey supplier that will work with you every step of the way. Please give us a call if you would like to learn more information!
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Epcon® engineers superior Air Scrubbers and environmental solutions. Our Separating Systems combine centrifugal and gravitational forces to separate gases from liquids and solids more efficiently and in a more cost effect manner than typical methods. Give one of our representative a call today for more information!
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Trust the dedicated professionals at Ship & Shore to outfit you with top of the line Air Pollution Abatement Systems for VOC, particulate, and odor control. We provide energy efficient, innovative, quality products that exceed the toughest air pollution requirements. Our forward thinking staff values integrity and creating partnerships with our clients. All of our equipment is pre-tested to ensure quality.
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Industry Information

Clean Air Act, Smokestacks and Air Scrubbers

Amendments to the Clean Air Act that were made decades ago encourage the use of pollution control equipment such as air scrubbers on smokestacks to limit harmful air pollution, but a new government study shows that half of all boilers attached to smokestacks still do not have scrubbers. These scrubbers are encouraged because they are able to almost completely remove or neutralize sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides and other harmful pollutants from emissions.

These pollutants affect our current daily lives (sulfur dioxide causes acid rain and fine particles of dust can cause respiratory disease when inhaled) whether we are aware of it or not, but there are even greater implications for future generations as scientists have recently agreed that climate change is happening and that is human caused, mostly by carbon dioxide emissions. It is time for industries across the globe to take responsibility and reduce emissions in any way they are able, and an easy way to do that is to install air scrubbers in smokestacks. Some options for these include both wet and dry scrubbers, each of which operate in different ways but can be equally effective. If your facility is one of the many that still does not have air scrubbers, contact a supplier near you and discuss which options would work best for your operations.

Companies that complain about the inconvenience or expense of such an addition should acknowledge the shift that is happening in society and business in regard to sustainability. While some facilities are resistant to these positive changes, others have taken responsibility and see it as an opportunity to become leaders in low-cost, clean energy. It's time to get on board, to commit to green goals, and to reduce emissions. Improve your local air quality, improve your reputation or get left in the dust.

Air Scrubbers 

Air scrubbers are emission control systems implicated in a broad range of industrial and commercial applications to purify process air streams. These devices are also commonly used to promote workplace safety and healthy atmospheric conditions within enclosed spaces. Among the most popular and efficient types of pollution control equipment, scrubbers can remove particles, gases or chemicals from an air source using one of two methods.

Two air scrubber subcategories are wet scrubbers, which utilize a liquid solution to attract and remove pollutants and dry scrubbers, which use a reagent or slurry to trap and dissolve unwanted contaminants. Contaminants can range significantly from the sulfur produced in coal combustion power generation or small fibers that become airborne in textile plants. Laboratories and other such facilities also utilize air scrubbers to remove potentially harmful chemicals from an air source. While scrubbers can be used to remove particulates and chemicals, many are geared specifically towards one or the other as optimal operating conditions differ and chemical solutions and absorption techniques are often tailored to specific contaminants. Improperly configured or poorly maintained air scrubbers can leave harmful VOCs and HOCs in the atmosphere. For this reason, the EPA and other organizations encourage and even require the use of air scrubbers or other such equipment.

As aforementioned, most air scrubbers can be divided into one of two categories. Wet scrubbers function forcing contaminated air through a spray or pool of cleaning solution. Particulates and gasses are attracted to the specialized solution so as the air flow passes; they are trapped and collect in a receptacle with the liquid cleanser. Dry scrubbers operate in similar fashion though minimal moisture, if any is used to attract and collect pollutants. Instead, this method involves the application of a dry reagent or slurry which is introduced into a dirty exhaust stream. The chemicals in this slurry, often limestone, attract chemicals and particulates which form larger particles. The gas flow is then forced through one or more filters which collect the contaminants which without the reaction or attraction would be small enough to pass through the filter. Chemical solutions may be used in both wet and dry scrubbers to sort out pollutants. Additional filters can be added as well for increased efficiency. Pre-filters are employed prior to the gas reaching the scrubber and collect larger pollutants, allowing the apparatus to focus on smaller particulates. Final filters may also be used at the exhaust end to ensure no contaminants pass through the scrubber. Qualified air pollution control professionals can evaluate an area and air supply and suggest the proper size and level of complexity needed for optimal performance in a specific application.



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