How does the VortX work and is it the same as a scrubber?
What is the difference between the VortX and an afterburner?
How difficult is the installation of the VortX?
What are the requirements for the connecting pipe between the roaster and the VortX?
Is the VortX EcoFilter a “wet scrubber”?
Where can I see a VortX in action?
I am purchasing a new roaster. Can I pair a VortX with this roaster and eliminate the cost of their conventional chaff collector?
How does the VortX EcoFilter compare to an Afterburner?
How does the operating cost of an EcoFilter compare to an afterburner?
What is the environmental cost of an EcoFilter compared to an afterburner?
What can I expect to see and smell at the end of my exhaust stack?
Does VortX make an EcoFilter which will fit my roaster?
How Difficult is the EcoFilter to Install?
What happens if the EcoFilter stops working in the middle of a roast?
How durable is the EcoFilter?
Does VortX guarantee that the EcoFilter will enable my roaster to pass clean air regulations?
Does VortX guarantee my emissions will not offend my neighbors and lead to complaints?
Do you have emissions data I can take to local authorities?
Will installing an EcoFilter interfere with my roaster or require changes to my roast profiles?
Where can I dispose of the wet chaff and dirty water?