KR101883658B1 - High-efficiency microbubble wet type dust collecting apparatus - Google Patents

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KR101883658B1
KR101883658B1 KR1020180061306A KR20180061306A KR101883658B1 KR 101883658 B1 KR101883658 B1 KR 101883658B1 KR 1020180061306 A KR1020180061306 A KR 1020180061306A KR 20180061306 A KR20180061306 A KR 20180061306A KR 101883658 B1 KR101883658 B1 KR 101883658B1
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A high efficiency microbubble wet-type dust collection apparatus comprises: a main body introducing contaminant-containing gas, storing a cleaning solution therein, having first to third spaces divided by a barrier part to allow the gas to flow along the first to third spaces, and removing contaminants with the cleaning solution; a microbubble generation part positioned in the cleaning solution and generating microbubbles by applying pressure to the cleansing solution; a first blade part and a second blade part positioned at the top of the microbubble generation part, introducing the gas into the cleaning solution by rotation, and removing the contaminants contained in the gas by the microbubble; and a static electricity removal part formed at the top of the main body and removing the contaminants which are contained in the gas and have not been removed by the microbubble by means of electrostatic force.

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HIGH-EFFICIENCY MICROBUBBLE WET TYPE DUST COLLECTING APPARATUS [0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a wet type dust collector, and more particularly, to a high efficiency microbubble wet type dust collector for removing dust and harmful substances contained in air and gas discharged from an industrial site or an incinerator.

In general, dust and harmful substances generated from industrial sites or incinerators cause not only environmental pollution but also fatal diseases when they are absorbed into the human body through air. Therefore, a dust collecting device for removing pollutants and dust contained in gas and air is used do.

In addition, the dust collecting apparatus is divided into a dry dust collecting apparatus and a wet dust collecting apparatus. The dry separating apparatus uses a filter to remove dust and harmful substances contained in the air. However, the structure is simple, There is a low problem. On the other hand, the wet type advancing device is mainly used in recent years because it has a higher dust and contaminant removal efficiency than a dry type dust collecting device by spraying water and colliding with harmful gas and dust.

A wet type dust collecting apparatus for spraying such water to coagulate and remove noxious gas and dust includes a rotary washing dust collector of Korean Patent No. 10-0312816.

However, in the conventional wet type dust collecting apparatus, a spray nozzle facility for fine spraying of a cleaning liquid for agglomerating noxious gas and dust is used, so that the spray nozzle facility is clogged by the sludge when used for a long time, there is a problem.

Recently, in order to solve such a problem, Korean Patent No. 10-0745810 discloses a method in which a cleaning liquid is jetted and discharged through an orifice formed in one gas inflow pipe, and then, by using the vortex of the cleaning liquid generated between the impingement plates, Which absorbs the foreign matter.

However, in this case, when the cleaning liquid is sprayed through the orifice formed in one gas inlet pipe, the contact time between the gas in the main body and the cleaning liquid is relatively small, which lowers the treatment efficiency of the pollutant.

Korean Patent No. 10-0312816 Korean Patent No. 10-0745810

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION Accordingly, the present invention has been made in view of the above problems, and it is an object of the present invention to provide a high efficiency microbubble wet type dust collector capable of improving the dust collecting efficiency for a gas containing contaminants discharged from an industrial site or an incinerator .

In order to achieve the object of the present invention, a high efficiency microbubble wet type dust collector according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a gas containing contaminants, a cleaning liquid stored therein, A main body partitioned by the cleaning liquid to move the gas along the first to third spaces and to remove the contaminants by the cleaning liquid; a pressure generating unit located in the inside of the cleaning liquid, Bubbles generated by the microbubbles generated by the microbubbles generated by the microbubbles generated by the microbubbles generated by the microbubbles generated by the microbubbles, Wherein the air bubbles are formed on the blade portions and on the top of the main body, It includes parts of removing static electricity removing the contaminants by an electrostatic force.

In one embodiment, a gas inflow portion for introducing the gas containing the pollutant may be formed at one side of the main body, and a gas exhaust portion for discharging the gas from which the pollutant is removed may be formed at an upper end of the main body.

In one embodiment, the partition portion may include a partition wall extending downwardly inclined in a direction from the first sidewall of the main body toward the second sidewall, a second partition wall positioned on the first blade portion and extending downward from one side of the partition wall, A first partition for partitioning the first space and the second space and a second partition for partitioning the second space and the third space, the partition being located at an upper portion of the second blade and extending downward from an end of the partition, And may include diaphragms.

In one embodiment, the end of the first diaphragm includes a first inlet extending along a first direction adjacent the first blade portion to direct gas into the interior of the rinse solution, And an end portion of the second diaphragm extends along the first direction so as to be adjacent to the second blade portion so that the gas is supplied to the inside of the cleaning liquid And a second guide portion extending along the second direction to guide the gas to be moved to the third space.

In one embodiment, a first blocking guide plate is provided adjacent to the first blade portion, and blocks the upward movement of the gas guided along the first guide portion. The first blocking guide plate is disposed adjacent to the second blade portion, And a second blocking guide plate for blocking the upward movement of the gas guided along the second guiding portion.

In one embodiment, a first induction guide plate formed to face the first inlet portion and guiding the gas to move into the second space, a second induction guide plate formed to face the second inlet portion, And a second guide plate for guiding the first guide plate to move to the third space.

In one embodiment, the gas is formed in the second space and extends upward from the bottom surface of the main body so that the end portion of the gas is bent to face the second direction to induce movement of the gas into the second space, And a second partition wall which is formed in the third space and extends downward from one side of the second side wall of the main body toward the first side wall, And a second blocking wall for allowing the cleaning liquid to drop into the cleaning liquid.

In one embodiment, the micro bubble generator is connected to compressed air supply means for supplying compressed air through one side of the main body, and compressed air supply means for supplying the compressed air to each of the first and second blade portions Bubble generating means for generating the micro bubbles by discharging the micro bubbles toward the first micro bubble generating means.

In one embodiment, each of the first and second blade portions includes a cylindrical body extending in one direction and a rubber material. The first and second blade portions extend outward from the outer periphery of the body and extend to the outside, And may include a plurality of blades.

In one embodiment, each of the blades is formed of a flexible material so that the end portion can be bent as the blade rotates.

In one embodiment, the static eliminator includes first and second mesh portions for removing contaminants contained in the gas by an electrostatic force, and a second mesh portion located between the first and second mesh portions, And may include a demister to further remove contained contaminants.

In one embodiment, the electrostatic eliminator may be arranged such that a plurality of the electrostatic eliminators are in contact with each other from the first sidewall to the second sidewall in the upper portion of the main body.

According to the embodiments of the present invention, the interior of the main body is partitioned into three spaces through the partition portion, and the gas moves sequentially through the respective spaces, thereby increasing the number of contact with the cleaning liquid and increasing the contact area. The removal efficiency can be improved.

In particular, the gas is guided to move in the direction toward the partition walls through the partition plate including a plurality of diaphragms, and the gas is caused to collide against the partition walls, thereby allowing the gas to flow into the inside of the cleaning liquid. The pollutants can be effectively removed.

Further, since the plurality of blades of the blade portion rotating in the cleaning liquid are made of a rubber material, when the body of the blade portion rotates, the blades can be bent and rotated in the rotating direction, so that the rotating force of the blade portion can be improved.

Further, the gas not removed through the cleaning liquid is collected through the static eliminator including the mesh portions and the demister, thereby removing the fine particles from the contaminants contained in the gas, thereby remarkably increasing the contaminant removal efficiency.

1 is a schematic diagram showing a wet type dust collector according to an embodiment of the present invention.
2 is an enlarged view showing 'A' of FIG. 1 in an enlarged scale.
FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing the first blade portion or the second blade portion of the wet bulging device of FIG. 1;
Fig. 4 is a side view showing the first blade portion or the second blade portion of Fig. 3;
5 is a schematic diagram showing an electrostatic eliminator of the wet type dust collector of FIG.

While the present invention has been described in connection with what is presently considered to be the most practical and preferred embodiment, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed embodiments. It is to be understood, however, that the invention is not intended to be limited to the particular forms disclosed, but on the contrary, is intended to cover all modifications, equivalents, and alternatives falling within the spirit and scope of the invention. Like reference numerals are used for like elements in describing each drawing. The terms first, second, etc. may be used to describe various components, but the components should not be limited by the terms.

The terms are used only for the purpose of distinguishing one component from another. The terminology used herein is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the invention. The singular expressions include plural expressions unless the context clearly dictates otherwise.

In the present application, the term "comprises" or "comprising ", etc. is intended to specify that there is a stated feature, figure, step, operation, component, But do not preclude the presence or addition of one or more other features, integers, steps, operations, components, parts, or combinations thereof.

Unless defined otherwise, all terms used herein, including technical or scientific terms, have the same meaning as commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which this invention belongs. Terms such as those defined in commonly used dictionaries are to be interpreted as having a meaning consistent with the contextual meaning of the related art and are to be interpreted as either ideal or overly formal in the sense of the present application Do not.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is a schematic diagram showing a wet type dust collector according to an embodiment of the present invention. 2 is an enlarged view showing 'A' of FIG. 1 in an enlarged scale. FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing the first blade portion or the second blade portion of the wet bulging device of FIG. 1; Fig. 4 is a side view showing the first blade portion or the second blade portion of Fig. 3; 5 is a schematic diagram showing an electrostatic eliminator of the wet type dust collector of FIG.

1 and 2, the wet type dust collector 1 according to the present embodiment includes a main body 100, a partition plate 140, a micro bubble generator 200, first and second blade units 310, The first and second blocking plates 410 and 420, the first and second guide plates 510 and 520, the first and second blocking walls 610 and 620, (700) and a slurry discharge portion (800).

The body 100 is formed in a cylindrical shape having a space therein, and may be formed of, for example, a cylindrical shape or a polyhedron. A gas inlet portion is formed on one side of the first side wall of the main body 100 and a base body 2 containing contaminants from the outside through the gas inlet portion 110 may be introduced into the main body 100 have. In this case, it is obvious that the gas inlet 110 may be installed at the upper end of the main body 100 and may be installed at various positions.

The cleaning liquid 3 is filled in the main body 100 to a certain level and stored therein so that the gas 2 introduced from the outside is mixed with the cleaning liquid 3, Can be removed. In this case, the level of the washing liquid 3 is lower than that of the later-described partition plate as shown in FIG. 2, and is formed at a position where the first and second blade portions 310 and 320 are locked.

In this case, the inside of the main body 100 is partitioned into the first to third spaces by the partition plate 140, and the base body 2 is divided into the first to third spaces So that the pollutants can be removed by mixing with the cleaning liquid.

More specifically, the partition plate 140 includes a partition 150, a first partition 160, and a second partition 170.

The partition 150 extends downward from the first sidewall 101 of the main body 100 toward the second sidewall 102 at an upper portion of the main body 100.

The first partition 160 extends downward from one side of the partition 150 so that the interior of the main body 100 is spaced apart from the first partition 160 on both sides of the first partition 160, (10) and a second space (20).

The second partition plate 170 extends downward from an end of the partition 150 so that the interior of the main body 100 is spaced apart from the second partition 170 by a second space (20) and a third space (30).

In this case, the first baffle portion is located below the first diaphragm 160 and the second blade portion 320 is positioned below the second diaphragm 170.

The gas 2 moved along the first diaphragm 160 is moved to the inside of the cleaning liquid by the first blade part 310 and the second space 20 in the first space 10, And the base 2 moved along the second diaphragm 170 is moved to the inside of the cleaning liquid by the second blade 320 and is moved in the second space 20 toward the third To the space (30).

At this time, the end portion of the first diaphragm 160 includes a first inlet portion 161 and a first guide portion 162.

The first inlet portion 161 extends along the first direction 5 adjacent to the first blade portion 310 so that the gas 2 flows into the inside of the cleaning liquid by the first inlet portion 161 . That is, the first inlet portion 161 is convex toward the first blade portion 310 so that the gas 2 introduced into the first space 10 flows into the first blade portion 310, To be moved to the place where it is located.

Accordingly, the base body 2, which is moved to a position adjacent to the first blade 310, is dispersed into the cleaning liquid by the rotation of the first blade 310, Is mixed with the micro bubble (4) generated by the micro bubble generator (200).

In this case, the base body 2 which has not been introduced into the washing liquid or the base body 2 which flows into the inside of the washing liquid and then flows out to the outside is introduced into the second space 20 by the first guiding portion 162 Movement is induced. That is, the first guiding portion 162 extends along the second direction 7 and extends upwardly as shown in FIG. 1 to extend into the interior of the cleaning liquid, So that the gas 2 flowing out to the outside is moved to the second space 20.

The first shielding plate 410 and the first guide plate 510 are installed adjacent to the first blade 310.

As shown in the figure, the first blocking guide plate 410 is located inside the cleaning liquid and is formed in a letter shape. Thus, the base 2 moved to the inside of the cleaning liquid along the first guiding portion 162 is blocked from moving upward by the first blocking guide plate 410 so that the base body 2 is prevented from moving to the cleaning liquid Is more effectively mixed with the micro bubble 4 in the inside of the micro bubble 4.

The first induction guide plate 510 is positioned to face the first induction section 162 and is concave toward the first induction section 162 so that the second induction guide plate 510 can be moved along the first induction section 162, And serves to guide the base body 2 from which the movement is induced to the space 20.

The first blocking wall 610 extends vertically from the bottom surface of the main body 100 so as to be bent so that the rear end thereof is directed in the second direction 7. Accordingly, a part of the base 2 which is guided to the second space 20 is blocked from moving upward by the end of the first blocking wall 610, and the first blocking wall 610, And is lowered into the inside of the cleaning liquid.

However, the base 2, which is not blocked by the first blocking wall 610, is moved upward from the inside of the main body 100, and is continuously moved while the partition 150 extending obliquely downward, The second diaphragm 170 extends in the downward direction.

At this time, the end portion of the second diaphragm 170 includes a second inlet portion 171 and a second guide portion 172.

The second inlet portion 171 extends along the first direction adjacent to the second blade portion 320 so that the gas 2 is moved into the cleaning liquid by the second inlet portion 171 . That is, the second inflow portion 171 is convex toward the second blade portion 320, so that the base body 2 introduced into the second space 20 is formed in the second blade portion 320, To be moved to the place where it is located.

Accordingly, the base body 2, which is moved to a position adjacent to the second blade 320, is dispersed into the cleaning liquid by the rotation of the second blade 320, Is mixed with the micro bubble (4) generated by the micro bubble generator (200).

In this case, the base body 2, which has not been introduced into the cleaning liquid, or the base body 2 which flows into the inside of the cleaning liquid and then flows out to the outside, is guided to the third space 30 by the second guiding portion 172 Movement is induced. In other words, the second guiding portion 172 extends along the second direction 7 and extends upwardly as shown in FIG. 1 to extend into the interior of the washer fluid 2 or the inside of the washer fluid, And then the gas 2 flowing out to the outside is moved to the third space 30.

Meanwhile, a second blocking guide plate 420 and a second guide plate 520 are installed adjacent to the second blade 320.

The second shielding guide plate 420 has the same shape as the first shielding guide plate 410 and the second guide guide plate 520 has the same shape as the first guide guide plate 510.

That is, the second shielding guide plate 420 is formed in the inside of the cleaning liquid and is formed in a letter shape, and the second guide plate 520 is positioned to face the second guide portion 172 And is formed in a concave shape toward the second induction part 172. [

Thus, the base 2 moved to the inside of the cleaning liquid along the second guide portion 172 is blocked from moving upward by the second blocking guide plate 420, Is more effectively mixed with the micro bubble 4 in the inside of the micro bubble 4.

The base 2 which is guided to the third space 30 along the second guiding portion 172 is guided by the second guiding guide plate 520 and is effectively guided into the third space 30 .

The second blocking wall 620 is formed in the third space 30 as shown in the figure and the first blocking wall 620 extends from one side of the second side wall 102 of the main body 100 toward the first side wall 101 As shown in Fig. Accordingly, a part of the base 2 which is guided to move into the third space 30 is blocked from moving upward by the second blocking wall 620 and collides with the second blocking wall 620 And falls again into the inside of the cleaning liquid.

However, the base 2, which is not blocked by the second blocking wall 620, is moved upward from the inside of the main body 100, and the electrostatic charge removing unit 700, which is formed on the upper end of the main body 100, Collecting. The configuration of the electrostatic canceller 700 will be described later.

2 and 3, the first blade portion 310 or the second blade portion 320 includes a body portion 330 and a plurality of blades 340.

The body portion 330 is formed in a cylindrical shape extending in one direction and can be rotated by the rotation shaft through a central portion passing through the rotation shaft. The blades 340 are fixed to the outer periphery of the body portion 330, Can be rotated together.

In this case, the blades 340 extend in the longitudinal direction of the body 330 at the outer periphery of the body 330 and extend in the direction toward the outside from the outer periphery of the body 330 , And the tip is formed in a pointed shape.

A plurality of fixing members 350 for fixing the blades 340 are formed on the outer circumference of the body 330 so that the blades 340 are fixed to the outer circumference of the body 330 May be formed.

The blades 340 may be formed of a flexible material such as a rubber material so that when the body 330 rotates in one direction inside the cleaning liquid, So that the base body 2 can be more effectively introduced into the inside of the cleaning liquid.

Meanwhile, the micro bubble generator 200 is positioned at the lower end of the main body 100 at the portion filled with the cleaning liquid. The micro bubble generator 200 may generate micro bubbles 4 by applying pressure to the cleaning liquid.

In this case, the micro bubble generator 200 includes compressed air providing means 210 and first and second micro bubble generating means 220 and 230 as shown in FIG.

The compressed air supply means 210 extends in one direction through the one side of the lower end of the first sidewall 101 of the main body 100 to extend the inflowing compressed air into the first and second microbubbles To the generating means (200, 230).

The first and second micro bubble generating units 220 and 230 extend vertically through the upper end of the compressed air providing unit 210 and are spaced apart from each other by a predetermined distance. Each of the first and second micro bubble generating units 220 and 230 generates micro bubbles 4 by discharging the compressed air supplied to the compressed air providing unit 210 from the inside of the cleaning liquid.

In this case, as shown in the figure, the first blade unit 310 is positioned above the first micro bubble generator 220 and the second blade unit 320 is disposed above the second micro bubble generator 230. [ The first and second micro bubble generating units 220 and 230 discharge the compressed air toward each of the first and second blade units 310 and 320 to generate the micro bubble 4 .

Accordingly, the base body 2 introduced into the cleaning liquid by the first and second blade portions 310 and 320 adjacent to the first and second blade portions 310 and 320, The pollutants contained in the gas 2 are removed while being mixed with the gas 4.

As described above, when the pollutants contained in the gas 2 are mixed with the microbubbles 4 in the cleaning liquid, the pollutants removed are formed adjacent to the bottom surface of the main body 100 And may be discharged to the outside through the slurry discharging unit 800.

The slurry discharge unit 800 includes a pipe 810 passing through the first and second sidewalls 101 and 102 at the bottom of the main body 100 and a pipe 810 through which the pipe 810 is opened / And a valve 820 for adjusting the pressure of the fluid. Thus, the discharge of the pollutant can be controlled by controlling the opening and closing of the pipe 810 through the control of the valve 820.

The pollutants discharged through the above mechanism may be pollutants of coarse particles having a relatively large particle size.

As described above, the base body 2, in which the contaminants are not removed in the third space 30, is moved upward and is collected by the electrostatic precipitator 700 located at the upper end of the main body 100, Contaminants are removed. In addition, the contaminant removed through it may be a relatively fine particle contaminant.

The electrostatic precipitator 700 includes first and second mesh portions 710 and 720 and a demister 730 as shown in FIG.

In this case, the electrostatic canceller 700 shown in FIG. 4 is one unit for convenience of description. A plurality of units are arranged in the horizontal direction in FIG. 4, So that the electrostatic charge removing unit 700 is formed.

Each of the first and second mesh portions 710 and 720 is made of a metal wire and is connected to a power supply portion 740 as shown in the figure. When power is supplied from the power supply unit 740, an electrostatic force is generated in each of the first and second mesh units 710 and 720 and the first and second mesh units 710 and 720 are moved along the first and second mesh units 710 and 720 due to the electrostatic force. As shown by the arrows, contaminants composed of ultrafine particles contained in the gas 2 moving in the upward direction are collected and removed by the first and second mesh portions 710 and 720.

The first and second mesh portions 710 and 720 are fixed to the first and second frames 751 and 752 at both ends of the first and second mesh portions 710 and 720, 1 and the second mesh portions 710 and 720, and both end portions thereof are fixed to the first and second frames 751 and 752.

Thus, when power is supplied to the first and second mesh portions 710 and 720, power can be supplied to the demister 730 through the first and second frames 751 and 752 The demister 730 also generates an electrostatic force, so that contaminants, moisture, and the like, which are ultrafine particles contained in the base 2, can be collected and removed by the demister 730.

At this time, the demister 730 is formed by vertically arranging a plurality of 'X' shaped metal wires, thereby generating the electrostatic force when the power is supplied, thereby removing contaminants contained in the base 2 can do.

As described above, the substrate 2 from which the contaminants are removed by the electrostatic precipitator 700 is moved upward and discharged to the outside through the gas discharging unit 120 formed at the upper end of the main body 100. [

In this case, although the gas discharging unit 120 is formed at the upper end of the main body 100, the gas discharging unit 120 may be installed at a position adjacent to the electrostatic precipitator 700 in the main body 100.

According to the embodiments of the present invention, the interior of the main body is partitioned into three spaces through the partition portion, and the gas moves sequentially through the respective spaces, thereby increasing the number of contact with the cleaning liquid and increasing the contact area. The removal efficiency can be improved.

Particularly, the gas is guided to move in the direction toward the partition walls through the partition portion including the plurality of diaphragms, and the gas is caused to collide against the partition walls, thereby allowing the gas to flow into the cleaning liquid. Accordingly, The pollutants can be effectively removed.

Further, since the plurality of blades of the blade portion rotating in the cleaning liquid are made of a rubber material, when the body of the blade portion rotates, the blades can be bent and rotated in the rotating direction, so that the rotating force of the blade portion can be improved.

Further, the gas that has not been removed through the cleaning liquid is collected through the static eliminator including the mesh portions and the demister, thereby removing the contaminants of the fine particles contained in the contaminants contained in the gas, thereby remarkably increasing the contaminant removal efficiency .

It will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various modifications and variations can be made in the present invention without departing from the spirit or scope of the present invention as defined by the following claims. It can be understood that it is possible.

1: wet dust collector 10: first space
20: second space 30: third space
100: main body 140: diaphragm
200: micro bubble generating unit 310: first blade unit
320: second blade portion 410: first blocking guide plate
420: second blocking guide plate 510: first guiding guide plate
520: second induction guide plate 610: first blocking wall
620: second blocking wall 700: electrostatic elimination
800: Slurry discharge part

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  1. A gas containing contaminants is introduced, a cleaning liquid is stored therein, and partitioned into first to third spaces by a partition plate so that the gas moves along the first to third spaces, and by the cleaning liquid, A body for removing contaminants;
    A micro bubble generating unit located inside the cleaning liquid and generating a micro bubble by applying pressure to the cleaning liquid;
    First and second blade portions located above the microbubble generating portion and allowing the gas to flow into the cleaning liquid through rotation to remove contaminants contained in the gas by the microbubble; And
    And a static eliminator formed on an upper portion of the main body to remove the contaminants contained in the gas not removed by the micro bubble by an electrostatic force.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein a gas inflow part for introducing the gas containing the contaminant is formed on one side of the main body and a gas discharging part for discharging the gas from which the contaminant is removed is formed at an upper end of the main body.
  3. The apparatus according to claim 1,
    A partition wall extending downwardly inclined in a direction from the first side wall to the second side wall of the main body;
    A first partition located above the first blade and extending downward from one side of the partition to partition the first space and the second space; And
    And a second diaphragm located above the second blade and extending downward from an end of the diaphragm to define the second space and the third space.
  4. The method of claim 3,
    The end portion of the first diaphragm includes a first inflow portion extending along the first direction adjacent to the first blade portion to guide the gas into the cleaning liquid, and a second inflow portion extending along the second direction, And a first guiding portion for guiding the moving member to the second space,
    The end of the second diaphragm is provided with a second inflow portion extending along the first direction adjacent to the second blade portion and guiding the gas to be moved into the cleaning liquid and a second inflow portion extending along the second direction, And a second guiding part for guiding the first space to be moved to the third space.
  5. 5. The method of claim 4,
    A first blocking guide plate installed adjacent to the first blade portion and blocking the upward movement of the gas guided along the first guiding portion; And
    Further comprising a second blocking guide plate spaced apart from the second blade portion and blocking the upward movement of the gas guided along the second guiding portion.
  6. 5. The method of claim 4,
    A first guide plate formed to face the first inlet portion to guide the gas to the second space;
    And a second guide plate formed to face the second inlet portion to guide the gas to the third space.
  7. 5. The method of claim 4,
    And a gas guided to the second space is bent so that an end portion of the gas is bent to face the second direction so as to be lowered into the inside of the cleaning liquid A first blocking wall; And
    The first space is formed in the third space and extends downward from one side of the second sidewall of the main body toward the first sidewall so that the gas guided to the third space collides with the first space, And a second blocking wall.
  8. The microbubble generator according to claim 1,
    Compressed air providing means for passing compressed air through one side of the main body; And
    And first and second micro bubble generating means connected to the compressed air providing means for generating the micro bubbles by discharging the compressed air toward each of the first and second blade portions, .
  9. 2. The apparatus of claim 1, wherein each of the first and second blade portions comprises:
    A cylindrical body extending in one direction; And
    And a plurality of blades including a rubber material and extending outwardly from an outer periphery of the body portion and extending vertically at an end thereof.
  10. 10. The apparatus of claim 9, wherein each of the blades comprises:
    And the end portion is bent according to the rotation.
  11. The electrostatic chuck according to claim 1,
    First and second mesh portions for removing contaminants contained in the gas by electrostatic force; And
    And a demister positioned between the first and second mesh portions to further remove contaminants contained in the gas.
  12. The apparatus of claim 11, wherein the static eliminator comprises:
    Wherein a plurality of the first sidewall to the second sidewall are disposed in contact with each other at an upper portion of the main body.
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