Flue gas from waste incineration must be cleaned before it is released into the environment. Flue gas scrubbers do this by removing acidic gas components such as sulphur dioxide. Lime water is used as the washing solution and it is sprayed in against the flow of the gas. The lime deposits filtered out of the washing water are used as gypsum, e.g. for the production of plasterboard. To ensure a continuous scrubbing process, a constant level in the scrubbing tower is required.
Reliable function, even with a turbulent product surface
Economical solution without capillary tubes
Front-flush mounting avoids buildup and enables a maintenance-free measurement
Level measurement via electronic differential pressure in the scrubbing tower
- Reliable function under difficult process conditions
- Measurement ensures continuous operation
- Easy installation with no capillary lines