We design and manufacture a wide variety of air pollution control equipment capable of meeting today's stringent emissions standards.
We create custom-tailored and innovative air pollution control systems using our own equipment, so you are assured of a quality product every time.
We offer maintenance programs for all of our equipment and systems to ensure their optimal functioning and prevention of simple and complex issues.
Founded in 1981, Turner EnviroLogic, Inc. designs and manufactures a wide variety of air pollution control equipment and accessories capable of meeting today's stringent emissions standards. We are in the business of providing innovative and cost effective engineered solutions to air pollution control issues designed for user friendly operation and service.
Since day one Turner EnviroLogic has proudly built its equipment in America. We are fully American owned, and source our materials and purchased parts from American suppliers.
We are dedicated to providing quality products and services. Our equipment is designed by in-house Registered Professional Engineers, and built by in our own shop by Certified Welders and tradesmen. We are ISO9001 registered, are a registered UL 508A panel shop, and perform our own PLC coding in-house.
The Orifice Scrubber is best suited for wet scrubber applications involving high dust loads with particulate size of 2 micron and larger. Removal efficiencies of up to 99% can be achieved. A high liquid-to-air ratio, and the ability to incorporate chemical addition, allows the Orifice Scrubber to be applied for acid removal and odor control applications also.
With a simple yet very effective design, the Orifice Scrubber requires no recirculation pumps and has no nozzles or packing to clog. The system fan can be integrally mounted for a compact footprint. Air flow capacities range from 2,200 CFM to 60,000 CFM with the capability of operation up to 500 F.
Dampers of various sizes and types are routinely provided. These include butterfly and multi-louver types of virtually any steel or high alloy construction. Outboard bearings and stuffing box seals are standard. High temperature applications may include ceramic refractory lining and specialized stainless steel construction to handle temperatures up to 2,000 ̊F. Bearings and actuators are protected using heat shields and cooling fins. The design of the high temperature damper allows the shaft and blade to expand at the high operating temperatures.