Wet scrubbers operate differently than baghouses, using scrubbing liquid instead of the typical filter media to rid your plant of harmful pollutants. This makes wet scrubbers perfect for applications with light dust loadings, wet or sticky particulate, vapor and gases, and combustible dust. Our new handbook details everything that you need to know to pick the perfect scrubber for your unique application.
To keep your dust collector running properly, you must perform regular maintenance on your equipment, including replacing filters, valves and other critical parts. Even normal wear and tear can affect the efficiency of your system, which is why Sly recommends a proactive approach to maintenance and parts replacement. Our new Parts Guide will help you navigate the parts acquisition process so that you can keep your equipment, and your facility, in top shape.
Nearly every manufacturing plant or processing facility pollutes the air in some fashion. This handbook helps you to understand and navigate the regulations, key challenges, and types of dry dust collection systems available today.
How you do decide which wet scrubber is best for you and what supplier to use? Our new Wet Scrubbers Buyer’s Guide can help you navigate the complex specifying and purchasing process once you decide a wet scrubber is the right solution for your air pollution needs.
Description: A variety of dry dust collection options are available on the market, some of which are optimized for specific industries or applications. Our new Dry Dust Collector Buyer’s Guide can help you navigate the complex specifying and purchasing process once you decide a dust collector is the right solution for your air pollution needs.
For improved performance and reliability of your dust collection equipment, Sly recommends a schedule of routine inspections and the timely repair of damaged or malfunctioning equipment. That’s why creating your own baghouse maintenance program will keep your system performance high and your health risks low. Learn how with our Maintenance Checklist for a Better Baghouse.
Did you know that a wet scrubber system can help lower the risk of a dust explosion? Our new guide, Using Wet Scrubbers for Combustible Dust Control, can help you decide if a wet scrubber is the right solution.
The process of designing a system requires a comprehensive look at all of the specifics of the application and environmental requirements. Our guide, How to Design a Dust Collection System, provides a summary of the factors you need to consider.
When it comes to Venturi scrubbers, the simple fact is that these systems work due to the laws of physics. In our white paper, Wet Scrubbers, Physics & The Big Bang Theory, you'll learn the process and physics at work.
Dust collections technologies advance, so it makes sense for you to consider your options when it comes to your specific needs. We've compiled our expertise into this white paper to help you with some of the available solutions, including considerations and key factors for answering your dust collection questions.
Wet scrubbers can be a better option for the mining industry than baghouses or cartridge collectors. They're less expensive to purchase and operate. However, there are variables that you need to know to determine if a wet or dry system is your best bet. Download our white paper to learn more.
Bulk material drying applications require high temperatures that can cause moisture in the exhaust gas. This water vapor can accumulate and condense inside your pulse-jet baghouse...causing a number of problems. We've created a white paper that offers three steps to combat moisture problems in your pulse-jet baghouses.
When most of us think of dust collection, we assume dry solutions. But, wet scrubbers are another option that remove, clean or “scrub” contaminants from an air stream using a scrubbing fluid or solution. They are not only effective, but are the better option for certain applications. We've created a white paper that offers what you need to know about wet scrubbers.