Jupiter Scientific's Ganymede Water Scrubber provides extremely high destruction and removal efficiencies (DRE) for water soluble gases.
The Ganymede features PID controlled chemical injection from the integrated chemical tank to facilitate chemisorption of target gases such as: ammonia, HCL, chlorine, fluorine, HF, H2S. The Ganymede also utilizes a batch wise water purging system to minimize fresh water and chemical usage.
The integrated lift station uses a mag pump to ensure long lifetimes and protection against run dry scenarios.
Of course, like all Jupiter Scientific scrubbing systems, the Ganymede also features PLC control, a color touch panel operator interface, and connected factory communications abilities.
The Ganymede water scrubber is available in a large array of sizes to provide the optimal solution with respect to price, performance, and footprint.
The Ganymede spray assemblies (shown at left) Feature multiple misting and fogging nozzles as well as a high RPM spray down nozzle to ensure that particles are thoroughly enjoined and that packing is completely wetted.
This helps to ensure that the highest DREs are achieved with no channelling.
Image at top: Ganymede. Jupiter's largest moon and the solar system's largest moon. Ganymede is actually larger than the planet Mercury. Ganymede's high albedo of 43% combined with its size make it the easiest to spot of Jupiter's moons. Reports indicate that the Chinese astronomer Gan De detected a moon of Jupiter that was probably Ganymede in 365 B.C.
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