Product Announcement from Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc.
How the HCl Scrubber Module Works:
The outlet of a catalytic oxidizer, such as an Anguil Chlorinated Catalytic Oxidizer, is directed to the Anguil HCl Scrubber Module. A recirculation pump injects large volumes of water into a hastelloy quench section, inducing vapor flow through the scrubber. The water quenches the hot vapor and absorbs a portion of the HCl. The gases exit the eductor and enter a countercurrent absorption column. Recirculating solution is fed to the top of the absorption column through a nozzle. The remaining hydrochloric acid vapors are absorbed into the solution. The gases pass through a mist eliminator before exiting the column. Sodium hydroxide is added to control pH in the neutral range.
Anguil's Cost Effective Design:
The HCl Scrubber Module is designed as part of Anguil's broad line of technologically advanced pollution control, yet user-friendly products. The Anguil product line includes over 1000 installations of Recuperative and Regenerative Catalytic and Thermal Oxidizers ranging in size from 100 to 100,000 SCFM (150 to 150,000 Nm3/hr), Ceramic Filter Systems, Soil Remediation Equipment, Rotor Concentrator Systems and Scrubbers. Each product line represents value-engineered systems with emphasis on cost minimization. All systems are designed for optimum performance and trouble-free operation.
The Anguil philosophy is to provide innovative pollution control technology including process analysis, engineering, equipment manufacturing, installation and post-sale 24-hour service.