Vacuum Truck Scrubber Systems
Manufacturer of a wide range of scrubbing systems to treat vacuum truck exhaust and higher airflow Air-Mover exhaust
The E550-304S is a 'forced induction' vapor scrubber unit. The main shell and internals of this unit are made from 304 stainless steel for corrosion resistance and longevity. These units use the force of the vapors through the unit to come in contact with our specialized stainless distributors which are located inside of the unit. The primary distributor creates a 360 degree pattern for the vapors to radiate out to the main distributor. The main distributor has enormous surface area yet provides almost no back-pressure inside of the unit. It is here where liquid-to-vapor cohesion takes place. This transfer zone yields extremely high removal efficiencies (high as 98%) for compounds such as hydrocarbons.
The E550-1KR is a complete trailer-mounted vapor scrubber unit designed for vapor flows up to 500 CFM. This complete system has an Eliminator 550 vapor scrubber unit, twin 1000 pound NOVAC carbon vessels and flame arrestor. Options such as nitrogen purge system and electric blower are available. Typically these units are being used to filter vacuum truck exhaust but they do have many other other uses including being used as a VRU for tank venting. Overall efficiency of this system is over 99.99%. Trailer mounted system makes it ideal for in-plant services. Very easy to tow behind a vehicle and set in place for operation.
The E550-1000 is a skid mounted vapor control system comprised of a forced induction vapor scrubber followed by twin 1000# carbon beds. Designed for vapor flows up to 500 CFM. This system has a stainless steel E550 which alone can achieve 98% removal of vapor contaminants such as hydrocarbons. The twin 1000# carbon beds polish the vapors to near 100% removal. This system has temperature gauges and emergency water quench system which make it the safest system available today. Large carbon extraction valves make removal of spent carbon possible within 15-20 minutes. No carbon extraction machine or cyclone required! Catwalks included for both carbon bed which makes loading of fresh carbon safe and easy.
Trailer mounted wet scrubber followed by twin 3000# Radial Carbon Beds. Designed for flows up to 6500 CFM with low pressure drop. Excellent for tank venting, hydroexcavation vapor control, airmover exhaust, GAP Vac exhaust and many other applications.
The Eliminator 5500 scrubber unit is designed to treat hydrocarbon and other vapors from Air-Movers and GapVac units which typically have exhaust streams around 5500 CFM. This system has large solution capacity (minimum of 1375 gallons) and requires no utilities to operate. High efficiencies for hydrocarbons and other emissions are possible (98%+) due to the unique distribution system inside the unit as well as the proprietary mist elimination system. These units require roll-off truck service for delivery and pickup and are available for weekly and monthly rentals. For hydrocarbons we highly recommend our BIO-SCRUB X chemical media which has been shown to remove 98.5% of VOC's (gasoline) in this type of system. Spent media in most cases can be reused for fuel or stripped and reused.
The VTS36-500 is designed for vacuum truck emissions. This system mounts directly behind the cab of a stretched vacuum truck or it can be mounted to a trailer and towed around to where it is needed. This system is comprised of a high efficiency liquid vapor scrubber unit (forced-induction) followed by twin, 500# carbon beds. Scrubber alone is capable of 98.5% removal of hydrocarbon vapors (using Bio-Scrub X chemical media). Dual carbon beds following scrubber polish total vapor stream to 99%+ in most cases. This system includes vapor monitoring points between each component which enables the operator to accurately pinpoint when chemical and/or carbon is becoming spent. In addition, this unit has safety features unlike any other system on the market. Each carbon bed has dual tempererature gauges for instant core temperature feedback. In addition, the unit is equipped with a water-purge system which when activated, floods each carbon vessel with water to help avoid a fire or unsafe elavate temperature event. The chemical and carbon medias are very easy to load and unload. This unit does not require carbon extraction services. Each bed has a large valve which when opened will allow carbon to flow out of the vessel. Cleanouts below each vessel allow for cleaning of 'fines' and debris which accumulate below the grids. This system is very versatile and allows the vacuum truck to scrub many types of different vapors. It is merely a function of the chemical media (and carbon in some cases) used in the system. Contact Vapor Technologies, Inc. for help determining which chemical is right for your application.