|Minimum Order Quantity||01 Piece|
|Airflow (m3/h or CFM)||AS PER REQUIRMENT|
|Power (hp/ kW)||10 HP|
|We Provide||Installation & Servicing|
|Efficiency (%)||80% TO 90%|
|Dimensions (L*B*H)||AS PER DESING|
|Voltage (V)||440 V|
|Liquid Gas Ratio||1:10|
A venturi scrubber is designed to effectively use the energy from a high-velocity inlet gas stream to atomize the liquid being used to scrub the gas stream. This type of technology is a part of the group of air pollution controls collectively referred to as wet scrubbers.
Venturis can be used to collect both particulate and gaseous pollutants, but although the liquid surface area provided is quite large they are more effective in removing particles since particles can be trapped by contact, but gases must be trapped by absorption during the relatively short exposure time.
Venturi devices have also been used for over 100 years to measure fluid flow (Venturi tubes derived their name from Giovanni Battista Venturi, an Italian physicist). In the late 1940s, H.F. Johnstone, William Jones, and other researchers found that they could effectively use the venturi configuration to remove particles from gas streams.