MECS Engineered Scrubber Systems
DynaWave‘s Reverse Jet Scrubber, a wet scrubber, is an open inlet barrel in which liquid is injected counter-current to the gas through a non-restrictive injector.
Liquid collides with down coming gas to create the "Froth Zone," a region of extreme turbulence, with a high rate of liquid surface renewal.
Through the balancing of the two streams‘ momentums, the liquid reverses directions and returns to the vessel sump for recycle back to the jet.
Hazardous Waste Incineration
Petrochemical and Refining
Large, open bore liquid injectors
Non-restrictive, open vessels
Accomplish multiple functions in one scrubber:
Acid gas absorption
Hot gas quenching
Only wet scrubbing process that can use a variety of reagents:
Sodium Hydroxide, NaOH
Calcium Hydroxide, Ca(OH)2
Calcium Carbonate, CaCO3
Magnesium Hydroxide, Mg(OH)2
Special non-corrosive materials used throughout
Designed to handle inlet temperatures above 2200ºF
Flow rates from 1,000 to 200,000 ACFM
Combination Systems with:
Wide range of applications:
Proven design and performance
150 wet scrubbing systems installed worldwide
Simple to operate
High on-stream reliability
Zero liquid effluent
DynaWave/Brink® Combination Scrubbing System
A DynaWave wet scrubber can be used upstream of Brink Mist Eliminators in applications where insoluble particulate may plug the fiber bed mist eliminator.
The combination DynaWave/Brink Mist Eliminator System has a smaller footprint and larger operating range than traditional scrubbers used with mist eliminators.
Combination systems provide excellent performance with mist eliminators, wet electro-static precipitators, and other air pollution control equipment