Garg Scientific Supplies Various Dry HCl Gas Generation Plantbased on different capacities ranging from 5 Kg/hr to 300 Kg/hr
30% HCl and 98%Sulphuric Acid are fed to the Mixing Zone by the metering pump or from OverheadTank through Rotameter depending upon the customer requirement and site heightavailability.
The HCl and H2SO4feed are mixed prior to entry into the Reaction Zone (Falling Film Tubular Heat Exchanger). The spent Sulphuric acid from the bottom of the Falling FilmTubular Exchanger is cooled in the Heat Exchanger, prior to discharge. TheLiquid Cooler uses cooling water for cooling duty.
The HCl gas generated in the Falling Film Tubular Heat Exchanger comes in contact with Conc. H2SO4in the Drying Zone (Dehydrating packed column) Initial drying of the HCl gastakes place in this section. HCl gas from the top of the Dehydrating column ispassed through Sulphuric Acid trap to minimize the moisture content in HCl Gas.
There are no moving parts in the entire system. The utility requirements as well as floor space requirements for the Plant are minimum.
Gala No. 6 In Unit No. 4, E.D. Estate, Dalvi Nagar, Survey No. 23, Sagpada Road, Village Chinchoti, Off Kaman Bhiwandi Highway, Behind Bhajanlal Dairy, Taluka Vasai (East), District Palghar,, Vasai, Maharashtra, 401208, India