How the Scrubbing Process Works
The ENVI‑Marine™ process is a simple concept. The flue gases are first quenched, then cleaned, by specialized frothing through pure seawater, using our patented TurboHead™ process before being discharged as harmless salts.
- Using the natural alkalinity of seawater to absorb SO2 emissions produced by marine engines
- Post treatment discharge of neutralized sulphur into sea
- Using caustic soda (NaOH) as a supplemental reagent when transiting areas with low seawater alkalinity
Flexible layout due to:
- Patented horizontal head
- Potential for component separation
- Able to configure footprint to fit space available
- Compact footprint due to efficiency
How does it work?
Water is continuously sprayed down onto the TurboHead™ Structure where it meets gas flowing upwards. The unique patented design of the TurboHead™ causes the gas and water to mix and create a turbulent ‘froth’, sometimes referred to as ‘foam’. It is the maximum surface area of the froth where the reaction takes place to clean the exhaust gas.
- Nozzles, with carefully calculated water volume
- ‘Froth’ Layer, generated by interaction of gas and water
- Baffles, designed to maximise interaction
- Mesh, precision designed to encourage reaction
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Our global team of advisors with years of combined experience in the marine sector are on hand to discuss your project.