Dry scrubbers have risen in popularity, dominating new Automotive and Electric Vehicle booth start-ups in recent years. Whether you’re converting from wet to dry, or starting fresh, new systems create new challenges to maintaining first-time quality, efficiency and throughput.
Nalco Water and Abednego partner with OEMs around the world to start-up and manage automotive paint booths, including wet and dry scrubber systems. As new scrubber systems are introduced to the market, we’ve been at the forefront of helping our customers optimize these systems to maintain performance while balancing the sustainability aspects of their operations.
In this panel discussion for the Automotive and EV industries, our experts share best practices to minimize defects and maximize throughput in a dry scrubber system, beginning with plan design through start-up and full-scale production.
Our panel understands day-to-day paint booth operations combined with deep filtration knowledge that can maximize performance in a dry scrubber. In under an hour, you’ll learn:
- What is a dry scrubber and how does it operate?
- Dry vs. wet
- Design considerations for operation
- Start-up considerations for optimization
- Environmental, safety and sustainability considerations