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Jupiter Scientific's Family of Process Dry Scrubbers

Process Dry Scrubbers are the Point of Use treatment devices that are primarily responsible for the abatement of hazardous or unwanted gases from the process exhaust. These devices must run at all times the process is operating and are the primary source of pollutant control for most facilities. These devices are often called point of use scrubbers or POU scrubbers for short.

Many firms that have historically supplied POU scrubbers attempt to remove a large fraction — but not all — of the the hazardous gases in the effluent.

Jupiter Scientific's approach is different. We expect our point of use scrubbers to remove all of the target gases from the exhaust. Our dry scrubbers feature on board toxic gas monitoring at the exhaust to clearly demonstrate that they are removing the target pollutants to a non-detect level.

Since we recognize that different firms and different users have widely varying needs we supply a host of process dry scrubbers. The graphic below lists each of our point of use dry scrubbers. Use it to guide you to the proper scrubber. Otherwise, feel free to explore all of our systems on their respective web page.

As always, we welcome messages and phone calls to help you fit the correct scrubber to your application.

Jupiter Scientific Point of Use Dry Scrubbers

Callisto
Callisto Dry Scrubbers are a medium format point-of-use scrubbers designed to serve as a primary abatement device for reactors and other process tools.
The standard Callisto Dry Scrubber uses a single 5 cubic foot Callisto canister that can abate target gases to non-detect levels. This scrubber has a maximum throughput of 180 liters per minute.
Callisto Dual
Callisto Dry Scrubbers are a medium format point-of-use scrubbers designed to serve as a primary abatement device for reactors and other process tools.
The Dual Callisto Dry Scrubber uses a pair of 5 cubic foot canisters that can abate target gases to non-detect levels. This scrubber uses one Callisto canister for abatement while maintaining the other canister as a hot standby that can be activated automatically at a speed that makes the transition transparent to the process tool. This scrubber has a maximum throughput of 250 liters per minute.
Mercury
Mercury Dry Scrubbers are a large format point-of-use scrubber designed to serve as a primary abatement device for reactors and other process tools.
The Mercury Dry Scrubber uses a single 15 cubic foot Europa canister that can abate target gases to non-detect levels. This scrubber has a maximum throughput of 500 liters per minute.
Zeus
Zeus Dry Scrubbers are large format point-of-use scrubbers designed to serve as a primary abatement device for reactors and other process tools.
The Zeus Dry Scrubber uses a pair of 5 cubic foot canisters that can abate target gases to non-detect levels. This scrubber uses one Europa canister for abatement while maintaining the other canister as a hot standby that can be activated automatically at a speed that makes the transition transparent to the process tool. This scrubber has a maximum throughput of 500 liters per minute (1000 LPM in parallel mode).
VGER
VGER Dry Scrubbers are small format point-of-use scrubbers designed to serve as a primary abatement device for small reactors laboratories, and educational applications.
The VGER Dry Scrubber uses a single 1 cubic foot canister that can abate target gases to non-detect levels. This scrubber has a maximum throughput of 50 liters per minute.

Jupiter Scientific Inc., Fremont, California U.S.A.

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