The system behind the air washer is quite simple, but effective.
- Ventilation air comes into contact with water.
- The water inside the air washer is continuously pumped around, together with the ventilation air.
- The washing water absorbs dust, odor and ammonia particles from the ventilation air.
- Clean outgoing air leaves the air washer.
In order to remove the maximum amount of bad emissions like ammonia and odor, the quality of the wash water has to be controlled continuously. In order to achieve this, two parameters are being controlled, namely:
- PH: needs to be constantly regulated to ensure the highest removal of ammonia and odor particles.
- Conductivity: necessary to control the desired maximum amount of nitrogen content in the the washing water.
To get a better idea of how the air washer works, watch the video below: