Even for experienced engineers that know their industry, facility and process inside and out, we can clarify your needs, regulation requirements and engineering. Have a question? Ask Verantis!
Meet our lead environmental engineer and big-brained genius, Ken Gineer the engineer.
Ken Gineer was born to be an environmental engineer. His father, Sven Gineer, and mother, Jenn Gineer, came to this country with big dreams for their future children. When they left the old country (we’re not sure what country it is, but it’s old!), they brought with them their love of the environment.
So, from his very first Birkenstock-clad steps, Ken Gineer was born to be an environmental engineer. Of course that doesn’t explain his twin brother, Ben Gineer. He’s a pharmacist. Go figure.
Ken and his big environmental brain can answer any question you Ask Verantis!
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No matter what question you have about environmental control systems, we have the answer. If you have an environmental question, project or job that isn’t highlighted or listed here, please contact us. Our environmental experts will find a way to resolve your challenge.
We would be more than happy to answer any questions about us, or our services, that you may have! If you’d like someone to contact you, please “Ask Verantis” and we will contact you within one business day.
It’s a question we hear a lot: When should I change my packing?
That’s a great question! But there is no “one size fits all” answer. Depending on your application and system, it could be as often as every 3 months, or it could be every several years. Here are several indicators that it’s time to change your packing:
You are experiencing a higher pressure drop, your packing may be clogged.
You are experiencing a lower pressure drop, your packing may have settled.
You see debris or fouling during a visual inspection.
You see a change in your plume from the scrubber outlet.
There is chemical degradation from highly concentrated emissions. Inspect for embrittlement, softening, discoloration or thinning of your packing.
There is thermal damage, such as deformation of your packing, discoloration or excessive settling.
You are experiencing a reduction in fan current amp draw.
You find packing in the pump recirculating liquid during a visual inspection.
You find packing below the support plate during a visual inspection.
There is a change in the upstream process, such as higher loading and/or new chemicals.
There is a change in, or a pending change, in regulatory requirements.
So, when should you change your packing? It is a complex question with many variables. When you encounter one or more of the situations on this checklist, it’s time to change your packing.
If you have additional questions about when to change your packing, or if you have encountered a situation not listed here, Ask Verantis.
Patented Tellerette technology puts the “power in your tower”!
Tellerette tower packing helps you control your environment and boasts a patented toroidal helix design that makes it dramatically more efficient than conventional packing material for mass transfer, heat transfer, and particulate collection.
Verantis Tellerette packing can be used with existing Verantis wet scrubbing systems as well as other manufacturers’ brands to provide exceptional pollutant removal efficiency while reducing your operating costs. Key features include:
Verantis provides a complete line of packing support plates.
Packing support plates allow for maximum open area and unrestricted flow in your scrubbing system’s tower while providing sufficient strength to support multiple levels of packing and the weight of liquid hold-up during column operation.
We help you control your environment with high-quality packing support plates in just the right size!
Verantis offers a complete line of full cone spray nozzles that provide various angles and flow rates to meet your specific needs.
Spray nozzles are engineered with the same commitment to quality, reliability, and durability as Verantis products and systems. Full cone spray nozzles provide:
All wet scrubber designs incorporate mist eliminators or entrainment separators to remove entrained droplets, which contain the contaminants or particulate matter. Verantis offers high performance chevron mist eliminators to remove liquid entrainment from gas streams with removal efficiencies up to nearly 100%.
The most common mist eliminators are chevrons, which are baffles that cause the gas stream to turn several times as it passes through the mist eliminator, causing liquid droplets to collect on the blades of the chevron and drain back into the scrubber.
Our mist eliminators rely on direct compaction combined with centrifugal force to remove liquid entrainment from gas streams. They provide low pressure drops in scrubbers, cooling towers, air washers, gas absorbers, and ventilation systems.
Our high performance chevron mist eliminators help you control your environment:
When you do need a spare part, you can count on Verantis' aftermarket parts service for all the critical aftermarket parts you need to keep your environmental control systems running at peak performance. Whether your system was manufactured by Verantis or another company, our highly trained technicians are available when you need them. And we can expedite your parts orders to minimize your downtime.
With Verantis aftermarket parts, you can count on the same design expertise and quality workmanship that goes into each and every Verantis product. Available parts include:
Our highly trained technicians can service, troubleshoot, and repair Verantis pollution control and thermal treatment equipment, as well as other brands of scrubbers and fans.
We have been servicing, maintaining, and optimizing environmental control equipment for more than a half century, giving us the experience to correctly analyze your needs and quickly resolve any issues.
With Verantis field service, you get experts who are there when you need them and quality workmanship that’s always guaranteed. Verantis is experienced with every operational aspect of your scrubber system or air handling solution. Our field service technicians can provide: