Optimization of a Kraft Pulp Mill Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) Scrubber - With Q-PAC Repack Power Costs are Reduced by Over $80,000 per Year and Emissions are Non-Detectable

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Courtesy of Lantec Products, Inc.

An existing ClO2 (chlorine dioxide) scrubber tower at a pulp mill was repacked during a planned maintenance shut down. As the result of replacing 3" Kynar and 2" CPVC Norton Super Interlox saddles with Q-PAC from Lantec Products, the scrubber tower is now operating at a greatly reduced pressure drop compared to when the tower was packed with saddles. The reduced pressure drop has resulted in a significant power savings for mill. Immediate savings of over $80,000 per year in reduced power cost has been realized by the mill. The ClO2 emissions from the scrubber to the atmosphere are also now below detection level with Q-PAC in service in the tower.

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