A scrubber is a waste gas treatment installation

A scrubber is a waste gas treatment installation in which a gas stream is brought into intensive contact with a liquid, with the aim of allowing certain gaseous components to pass from the gas to the liquid. Scrubbers can be employed as an emission-limiting technique for many gaseous emissions. Scrubbing is also referred to as absorption.

During scrubbing there is a transfer of components from the gas phase to the liquid phase. The level of gaseous components that can pass to the liquid phase is determined by the ability of these components to dissolve in the liquid.

A scrubber is a waste gas treatment installation

A scrubber is a waste gas treatment installation in which a gas stream is brought into intensive contact with a liquid, with the aim of allowing certain gaseous components to pass from the gas to the liquid. Scrubbers can be employed as an emission-limiting technique for many gaseous emissions. Scrubbing is also referred to as absorption.

During scrubbing there is a transfer of components from the gas phase to the liquid phase. The level of gaseous components that can pass to the liquid phase is determined by the ability of these components to dissolve in the liquid.