The scrubber comprises multiple irrigation layers, typically one, two, or three. The entry of contaminated gas occurs tangentially in its entry chamber. As the gas rotates, it moves the liquid in the chamber, and some of it goes further into the system. Subsequently, as it encounters the flow of fresh washing liquid, an intensive mass-exchange process initiates between the gas and the liquid through irrigation.
The irrigation system is structured based on the technical characteristics of the purified fluid, featuring an irrigation area essential for facilitating an efficient fluid-liquid mass-exchange process.
The liquid phase, representing the contaminated solution, circulates within a designated cavity for subsequent reuse or removal, while the purified gas, together with eliminated liquid droplets, proceeds to the droplet eliminator. Following this stage, the clean air is released to the exterior.