cross-flow scrubber Articles

  • Cross-flow scrubber design case study from Kimre

    Cross-flow or, Horizontal-flow scrubber design is almost never mentioned in chemical engineering literature. Textbooks (1) used at universities for future engineers, undergraduate as well as graduate level students, invariably only discuss counter-current vertical scrubber tower design. Likewise, professional reference texts (2) generally provide little or no mention of horizontal cross-flow ...

    By Kimre Inc.

  • The State of the Art in Gas Cleaning for the Fertilizer Industry

    INTRODUCTION The fertilizer industry has earned recognition for having contributed directly to increase world grain yields in the past century. Based on the conservative estimate of the world population growth, total fertilizer use in the future is expected to grow more than 200 million tons from the current level of 165 million tons. In U.S.A. and other countries the industries ...

    By Kimre Inc.

  • Scrubers with a level head

    The available methods for removing pollutants from a gas stream are numerous, to say the least. A popular method, scrubbers allow users to separate gases and solids by allowing the gas to come into contact with a liquid stream. In the end, the pollutants are washed away in the effluent, and the gas exits the system to be used in later processes or to be released into the atmosphere. For many ...

    By Kimre Inc.

  • Engineering Expertise for a Diamond Mine in Canada`s Far North

    When Fabricated Plastics Limited of Maple, Ontario was invited to quote on some work for a diamond mining company in Canada's North West Territories, they were naturally intrigued by such a high interest project. The world of diamonds immediately conjures up exciting thoughts of exotic locations and immense wealth. In fact, the long, complex and arduous task of identifying diamond deposits, the ...

    By Fabricated Plastics Limited

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