- product description
For the treatment of corrosive gases (such as acid and alkaline exhaust gas), the glass fiber reinforced plastic acid gas purification tower currently adopts the liquid absorption method. The key to using liquid absorption to treat this exhaust gas is the choice of purification equipment.
The process and product have the characteristics of simple structure, low energy consumption, high purification efficiency and wide application range. The acid mist exhaust gas is introduced into the purification tower through the air duct, passes through the filler layer, and the exhaust gas and the sodium hydroxide solution intake liquid are fully contacted and absorbed. Neutralization reaction. After the acid mist exhaust gas is purified, it is dewatered and defogged by a demister plate and discharged into the atmosphere by a fan. The absorption liquid is sprayed down on the top of the tower after being pressurized by a pump at the bottom of the tower, and finally returned to the bottom of the tower for recycling.
FRP acid gas purification tower adopts packed tower to purify exhaust gas, which is suitable for continuous and intermittent exhaust gas treatment. The process is simple, the management operation and maintenance are very convenient and simple, and it will not cause any impact on the production of the workshop. Purify a variety of pollutants; low pressure drop, large operating flexibility, and good defogging performance; the tower body can be made of FRP / PP / PVC and other materials according to the actual situation; the packing uses a high-efficiency, low-resistance Bauer ring , Can completely remove the odor and harmful substances in the gas.
Glass fiber reinforced plastic acid gas purification tower can be widely used in the purification of acid and alkaline exhaust gas discharged in the chemical industry, electronics, metallurgy, electroplating, spinning and chemical fiber), food, machinery manufacturing and other industries. Such as seasoning food, acid-making, pickling, electroplating, electrolysis, batteries, etc.