A zinc strip rolling mill was having repeated issues with its existing fume/mist collection system – short filter life and frequent maintenance events. Plant engineers turned to Monroe Environmental to evaluate their needs and recommend a replacement for their outdated, time-consuming, and expensive system.
Before you make a large capital expenditure on a new wet scrubber, consider a “Scrubber Rebuild”. Monroe Environmental trained experts can assess your existing equipment and determine if a “Scrubber Rebuild” is a more cost-effective solution.
During a manufacturing process, silica needs to be collected and removed from work stations and production processes in order to avoid build up and dispersal of high levels of particulate matter into the surroundings. A cartridge dust collector is a common and efficient way to capture and remove silica from an operation that requires continuous collection.
Sulfur dioxide (SO2) is common in flue gasses from many combustion processes. Typically, Monroe Environmental will provide a Quench Tower in a high temperature application such as this before a vertical counter-flow Packed Tower Scrubber.
A steel fabrication facility used a sandblast material that would pulverize upon contact with the metal surface and create thousands of fine dust particles that would cloudy the air and fill their paint shop bay. Monroe designed and installed a 6,000 CFM Cartridge Dust Collector to capture the exhaust and filter smoke, fumes, and dust.