The diagrams and video animation below explain the operation of the V-tex® scrubber and V-tex® nozzle technology.
The V-tex® offers robust operation, using even dirty and solid-laden liquor streams, making it the scrubber of choice for arduous applications and where high availability, low maintenance operation is essential.
High availability and minimal clean-out costs as no internals to foul
Consistent, predictable mass- and heat-transfer rates provided by self-cleaning, non-clogging nozzle
Low installation costs, especially when retrofitting into existing buildings, because of low height
Smaller volumes of spent liquor to be sent to waste as V-tex® can scrub with viscous liquors and slurries
High efficiency performance irrespective of gas flowrate means no narrow window of operation limiting your production cycles
Proven in a wide range of applications
Opposed jet nozzle in centre of chamber
Fine droplet spray pattern for high mass transfer
Induced swirl from tangential gas inlet and central gas outlet
Integral sump separated by lower chamber plate
Droplet elimination by spray plate
V-tex® technology is widely used for challenging environments such as:
Difficult scrubbing applications often with recovery and/or manufacture of saleable bi-product
Stripping of contamination from liquor/slurries and recovery
Condensing particularly when the gas/steam has suspended particulate
For applications where the scrubber height is important, such as pharmaceutical and microelectronics production, the V-tex® is able to fit on a single storey. The diagram shows an example of a packed tower and V-tex® scrubber both sized for 1,000 m3/hr and 99.5% removal of HCl.