Bulk Vent Scrubbers
An economical range of standard bulk tank vent scrubbing systems designed to minimise environmental nuisance from the static storage and handling of fuming chemicals. Typical applications include hydrochloric acid, Nitric acid and ammonia.
Each scrubber model is available either as a 'once through' type where water is used as the scrubbing liquor - producing dilute solutions which may in some instances be disposed of through the site drainage system subject to the normal approvals.
The alternative recirculation type scrubbers (suffixed with the letter R) incorporate an integral sump tank with recirculation pump, facilitating the use of neutralizing solutions as scrubbing liquors (e.g. caustic for hydrochloric acid fumes). The scrubbing liquor needs regular monitoring and careful disposal.
All Forbes fume scrubbers are light and easy to install. Construction is almost entirely from plastics materials which are corrosion-free and require virtually no maintenance.
Standard recirculation units are fitted with magnetic drive, seal-less, low maintenance pumps. Each scrubber unit is issued with a comprehensive installation, operation and maintenance manual.
All scrubbers can be supplied with a control timer unit to intermittently activate the scrubbing liquor circulation to keep the scrubbing media wetted during static storage conditions.
FORBES STANDARD RANGE
These scrubbers are designed particularly for scrubbing the fumes vented during static storage and pumped discharge, the SB2 is NOT intended to handle the high volume of fumes produced during deliveries above 7 PSI from air pressure tanker discharge or pressurised (Flo-bin) system
These scrubbers are designed especially for scrubbing the fumes vented during static storage and pumped or pressurised ?Flo-bin? (IBC) pump-over type deliveries, the SB4 is NOT intended to handle the high volume of fumes produced during deliveries above 15 PSI from air pressure tanker discharge.
Applying high efficiency technology these scrubbers are designed to cope with the surge of 'pad air' at the end of a large volume pressurised tanker deliveries up to 30 PSI.
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