BETE has over 15 years of experience in designing gas scrubbers for a multitude of industrial applications. We focus on intelligent implementation of this proven concept, and on the vast services that are often required by our customers. Gas scrubbers neutralize hazardous components in industrial air and gas exhaust systems. We provide a brief description of the basic principles of gas scrubbing, besides the usual types of gas scrubbers. Trevi Environmental solutions offers a wide range of environmental technology and consultancy services. With Bete specific treatement of hazardous, corrosive or polluting substances in air and gas exhaust flows are covered. Bete scrubbers for different appilications can nowadays be found all over the world.

Company details

Dulle-Grietlaan 17/1 , Gentbrugge , B-9050 Belgium

Locations Served

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Air and Climate - Air Pollution Treatment
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

Applications

Gas scrubbers are used for several industrial applications. More details on exhaust gas scrubbing, odor control, and scrubbers for cylinder filling stations.

Strategy

Bete® combines services, consultancy, extensive laboratory testing and design of high-quality machines into a coherent unity.

The company distinguishes itself from the competition by both the technical expertise and the service quality. This is demonstrated among others by our achieved ISO certifications (see our ISO-9001-certification and ISO 14001-certification).

Background

Technical director Hedwig Beke has a Ph.D. in applied sciences, and over thirty years of experience with specialty gases. Thanks to this knowledge, in combination with his specialisation as a security consultant, his designs stand out with regard to efficiency and security. The first Bete® scrubber was developed by Hedwig Beke in 1989.

From 2011 on, the activities of BETE are integrated in TREVI, an environmental technology group from Gentbrugge (Belgium). For the design and realisation of the scrubbers, Hedwig Beke is now assisted by Erik Smet.  He has a Ph.D in environmental technology and twenty years of experience with waste gas treatment.