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Guide to Tower Internals

Nov 17, 20201991 Views

Jump Ahead: Understanding Tower Layouts What Are Tower Internals? How to Select Tower Internals Based on Pressure and Applications The internal components directly impact the efficiency of a tower, and different applications require specialized internals. Use this tower internal selection guide to learn more about the components in a tower and how to choose the […]

Achieving Good Packed Tower Efficiency

Oct 14, 20201055 Views

In air and water pollution control equipment, as well as in odor control equipment such as scrubbers and air strippers, efficiency is essential to performance. Some packed tower wet scrubbers, for instance, can achieve 99% removal efficiencies or higher for inorganic compounds and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Figures like that require careful calibration of various […]

What Is A Random Packed Column? Designing a Random Packed Column

Sep 18, 20208756 Views

Jump Ahead: What Is a Packed Column? The Uses of Packed Columns Advantages of Packed Columns Components of a Packed Column What Packing Materials Are Used for Packed Columns? Packed Column Design Procedures Selecting the Size and Type of Packing Determining the Height of a Packed Column Determining the Column Diameter Selecting and Designing the […]

Guide to Selecting Random Tower Packing

May 21, 20204310 Views

Jump Ahead: What Are Types of Packing in a Packed Column and What Are Their Uses? What Is Random Tower Packing? What Are the Uses of Random Tower Packing? When Is Random Packing Used? How Is Random Packing Used? Applications of Random Packing Media Where Is Random Packing Used? Types of Random Packing Media Random […]

Guide to Wet Scrubber Maintenance

Feb 17, 20205724 Views

Jump Ahead: The Importance of Maintenance Routine Wet Scrubber Preventative Maintenance Daily Wet Scrubber Maintenance Tasks Weekly Wet Scrubber Maintenance Tasks Quarterly Wet Scrubber Maintenance Tasks Semi-Annual Wet Scrubber Maintenance Tasks Pre-Startup Maintenance Checklist Preventative Maintenance Record-Keeping Planned Wet Scrubber Preventative Maintenance Reactive Wet Scrubber Maintenance Custom Fume Scrubber Maintenance Hydrogen Sulfide Scrubbers Carbon Dioxide […]

Best Practices for Column Packing and Internal Installation

Dec 6, 20192139 Views

Conducting proper column packing and column internal installation are essential for maximal tower performance. It also helps form trouble-free startups and simple shutdowns. The performance of the packed column relies on the quality of its column internals. Therefore, improper installation can create operating issues and cause the column to fall short of the anticipated efficiency. […]

WASTEWATER TREATMENT METHOD AT ENVIRONMENT’S AID

Dec 12, 2018381 Views

One of such treatment processes like solar irradiation is designed, to be implemented in rural areas where people have minimal access to clean water. Solar irradiation can remove a wide range of organic chemical and pathogenic organisms by direct exposure. A big advantage of using this treatment is the absence of harmful by-products at the […]

CHOOSING THE RIGHT MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION TO AVOID DOWNTIME

Nov 1, 2018299 Views

Choosing the right type of construction material for the vessel and its components is the key to achieving a high service life of the equipment. At MACH, we can custom fabricate internals to meet the demands of your process. During the maintenance period of one of the vent scrubbers, MACH proposed to replace Monel Internals […]

CARBON DIOXIDE RELATED APPLICATIONS

Oct 18, 2018429 Views

Carbon Dioxide (CO2), one of the universal industrial gases, is mainly produced during the combustion of hydrocarbons also known as fossil fuels. Due to a growing demand for CO2 as a commercial product, it is captured and purified, for transport and beneficial uses at other locations. Among many different uses, refrigeration, and cooling, the casting […]

ACHIEVING IMPROVED WATER QUALITY FROM A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT (WWTP)

Aug 10, 2018430 Views

Recently an article was published by Tracey Reeves at John Hopkins University titled, “Flaw Found in water treatment method”. His article got my utmost attention as I currently work for an engineering company that designs separation units concerning many wastewater treatment applications. To design a complete process, we are presented with a list of contaminants […]

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