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## 'On-line' monitoring, fault finding and identification

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In terms of performance, the modern electrostatic precipitator can be designed to operate and produce particulate collection efficiencies in excess of 99.8 per cent. To meet this level of performance, however, it is essential that all elements comprising the precipitator installation operate satisfactorily. As the unit is composed of a large number of mechanical and electrical items, the perform ance can suffer from various limitations, either because of component failure or changes in the inlet conditions presented to the precipitator. These limitations can be often identified by careful examination and interpretation of the output of installed monitoring equipment and the electrical operating conditions.

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