Specifications of the Inno+ air scrubbers
- Nozzles distribute wash water over the filter package.
- Stable air passes through the wash package and comes in contact with the wash water.
- Here the remaining dust (and ammonia, odour) is intercepted.
- An air scrubber is constructed with individual segments of 2,4 m wide and 2,4 – 8,4 m deep in 0,6 m increments.
- The air scrubber consists of a series of 1, 2, 3, X segments
- A scrubber with six segments at a depth of 6,6 m has a surface of 6 x 2,4 m = 14,4 m wide x 6,6 m deep or 95,04 m2
- The wash package (package material) is 0.6 m thick
Minimum area calculations based on the following
- For broilers 2741 m3/m2xh.
- For laying hens 2000 m3/m2xh.
Example – With a volume flow of outgoing air of, for example, 300,000 m3/h the results are as follows:
- For broilers an area of at least 109,4 m2
- For laying hens an area of at least 150 m2
A skid is a specially built frame for equipment, in this case for the technology to drive the air scrubber.
- The technical room is equipped with a prefab skid.
- All technical components are attached to this skid and tested so that assembly on site can be carried out quickly and easily.
- The basic skid can be expanded up to four pumps.
A module is a complete prefabricated air scrubber in a plastic housing.
- The technical room is situated on the side of the ‘master’ module
- All technical parts are assembled and tested in this room so that installation on site can be carried out quickly and easily
- Modules are composed of segments of 2.4 m wide x 2.1 m deep
- A master module can be extended up to two extension modules
- A series is available up to thirteen segments
- Pipework between modules is included, but must be installed on site
Due to air capacities it is recommended to use built-in air scrubbers for poultry instead of modules, because of practical aspects regarding dimensions.