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VA 8005 Scrubber Unit - Wet

Specifications:

The Vivid Air Gas Absorption unit is specifically designed for purifying/scrubbing the air from corrosive elements.

The GAS Absorption units are a self standing unit and can fulfil either of the following operations:

  • Full recirculation
  • Full pressurization
  • Partial pressurization

These units are used in control rooms for the Pulp & Paper/Petrochemical industry where corrosive elements attack the electronics of various equipment, they can also be used in similar applications where the environment is prone to corrosion, and a positive pressure is required in a specific room.

Cabinet Details:

External Section:

The construction of the unit is available in two options:

  • Mild steel which is epoxy powder coated
  • Stainless steel with epoxy powder coating

This Unit Offers:

  • Ease of placement
  • Ease of access for maintenance
  • Multiple units can be coupled up to the required volume of air necessary for scrubbing

Features: 

  • Easy to clean
  • Full and easy access to internals

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