Drift eliminators, grids, and spray nozzles are fundamental components of scrubbers, devices used for air treatment. The vertical washing tower is crossed, from bottom to top, by a saturated air flow that enters the bottom of the scrubber and then crosses several layers of filling bodies supported by support grids.
The filling bodies come into contact with H2O and any chemical reagents sprayed by spray nozzles. Thanks to this washing process, the air is purified from polluting particles.
In the upper part of the scrubber, a drift eliminators is placed, which allows the water to be retained and then condensed and dropped into the tank at the bottom of the tower. In this way, the water is recovered and can be reused in the air washing process.
Overall, drift eliminators, grids, and spray nozzles are fundamental components of scrubbers and represent a highly effective solution for air treatment in many industrial applications.