EcoScrub™ Deep Bed System

Granular media based corrosive gases and odour removal system (ranging from 500 CFM to 2000 CFM)

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Effective Contaminant Removal

Effective Contaminant Removal

Meets ANSI/ISA 71.04-2013 Standard

Meets ANSI/ISA 71.04-2013 Standard

Customised Filtration Solutions

Customised Filtration Solutions

Energy Efficient and High Reliability

Energy Efficient and High Reliability

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Our wide network of trained Airgineers® are known for their prompt and reliable services. By providing regular maintenance for the machine, they also ensure the regular and timely replacement of media, crucial for preventive maintenance. For any media replacement related query, write to us at: gpfmedia@pahwa.com

Industries And Applications


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Frequently Asked Questions

Features of the Bry-Air EcoScrub Gas Phase Filtration system include:

1. Robust structural, steel frame construction

2. Meet ANSI/ISA 71.04-2013 standard

3. Design flexibility for easy customisation

4. Energy efficient and high reliability

EcoScrub Deep Bed Systems are suitable for applications where high contaminant concentrations need to be treated, and long-term adsorption capacity is required. They are commonly used in industrial processes and applications with high pollutant loads.

The process of the Bry-Air EcoScrub Gas Phase Filtration system is simple. The contaminated air first passes through pre-filters which trap the suspended particles, and then through the required chemical media beds, which chemically neutralise remaining gaseous impurities. The chemical media can be activated carbon and/or activated alumina impregnated with proprietary chemicals, used alone or in combination – depending on the types and concentrations of the impurities present in the air stream.

Bry-Air EcoScrub Deep Bed Systems are available in 850-3400 CMH (500-2000 CFM) which can be customised as per the requirement.

Deep bed and thin bed systems refer to different types of adsorption systems used in air and gas purification. They have distinct characteristics and are suited for specific applications. Here are the main differences between deep bed and thin bed systems:

1. Media Depth: Deep bed systems use a relatively thick layer of adsorbent media (such as activated carbon or other adsorbents) for contaminant removal. The media bed can be several feet deep. Whereas Thin bed systems, as the name suggests, use a thin layer of adsorbent media. The media bed is much shallower compared to deep bed systems.

2. Media Utilization: These systems have a high media utilization rate because of the significant media depth. This means they can adsorb a large volume of contaminants before requiring media replacement. Whereas These Thin bed systems have a lower media utilization rate because of the thinner media layer. They may need more frequent media replacement or regeneration.

3. Media Life: Thin bed systems typically have shorter media life compared to deep bed systems. Media replacement or regeneration may be required more frequently.

4. Applications: Deep bed systems are suitable for applications where high contaminant concentrations need to be treated, and long-term adsorption capacity is required. They are commonly used in industrial processes and applications with high pollutant loads.

5. Size: Deep bed systems are often larger and bulkier due to the depth of the adsorbent media. Whereas Thin bed systems are more compact and have a smaller footprint due to the thinner adsorbent media layer.

The Deep Bed Systems are designed to operate and maintain contaminant gas levels at 1 ppb (parts per billion) or less, ensuring a high standard of air quality in industrial settings.

The efficiency of the EcoScrub system in removing contaminants can vary based on factors like the type of contaminant, system design, and operating conditions. Typically, it is designed to achieve high removal efficiencies, often exceeding 90% or more for specific contaminants. However, the exact efficiency for a particular application depends on various factors and should be determined through system design and testing to meet specific air quality requirements.

Installation requirements can vary depending on the specific model and configuration of the system, as well as the site conditions. Typically, the installation of EcoScrub Deep Bed System would involve considerations such as:

1. Adequate Space: Ensure that there is enough space to accommodate the system, including clearances for maintenance and servicing.

2. Electrical Requirements: Provide the necessary electrical connections as per the system’s power requirements.

3. Ventilation: Ensure proper ventilation to facilitate air circulation through the system.

4. Ductwork: Install appropriate ductwork for air intake and discharge, as per system specifications.

5. Compliance: Follow any local building codes, safety regulations, and environmental standards.

Bry-Air Airgineers® consider all the parameters for precise installation instructions and requirements and provides detailed guidance tailored to the specific model and application.

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