Wet filtration technology is used for the removal of solvents, V.O.C’S, mist, and fumes. The removal of pollutants mainly occurs by a process of impingement of wetted particles on collecting surfaces. Water is dragged when the fan creates a depression, trapping particles when polluted air is centrifuged.
Once purified, the air passes through a high performance drop separator to eliminate any possible “carryover effects” and then emitted into the atmosphere.
These units may include oil mist eliminators, scrubbers and hydrodynamic filters.