The ideal scrubber selection for low to moderate gas volumes when gaseous and or particulate contaminant removal is required. The Series 6500 Jet Scrubber creates its own draft to eliminate the need for a fan in most cases realizing cost savings and system simplification. Inherent with this design, gas is scrubbed with no bypass resulting in a scrubber that can be used for large turndowns in gas flows. The Jet scrubber utilizes a high scrubbing liquid to gas ratio also making it the preferred selection for treating high concentration gas streams to reduce the resultant exothermic reaction temperature rise of the scrubbing liquid.
Jet scrubbers are available in single and multiple stages or can be combined with a Series 5000 Packed Bed polishing scrubber afterwards for additional transfer units to meet extremely high gaseous contaminant removal efficiencies.
A wide choice of entrainment separator types; baffle, cyclonic and fiber or chevron blade modules enables the Bionomic Series 6500 Jet Ejector Venturi Scrubber to neatly handle a complete range of pollutants. All separator types can be integrated with scrubbing liquid recycle tanks in capacities and configurations specifically designed to meet a particular application.
The Jet ejector utilizes a large scrubbing liquid volume high pressure nozzle to aspirate the gas into the unit in a concurrent flow pattern. As the gas enters the throat section, nozzle formed liquid sheets and droplets break up into small droplet sizes due to the reIative velocity difference between the gas and liquid. These extremely small droplets create a tremendous amount of surface area for gas absorption and impaction collection of dusts to occur. Due to the even liquid distribution and large volume of liquid throughout the throat cross section, gas can be scrubbed even at extremely reduced gas rates with no appreciable decrease in removal efficiency. The scrubbed gas with entrained pollutant carrying liquid droplets then proceeds out of the throat section into the diverging section of the venturi and into the entrainment removal device or section before the cleaned gas exits the system.