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The range and application of electrostatic precipitators

The range and application of electrostatic precipitators

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One of the most suitable forms of arrestment device for meeting these levels of emission, particularly for process plants producing large gas flow rates, is the electrostatic precipitator. Following the installation of the first pulverised coal steam raising plant in the 1920s, where some 90 per cent of the ash can be carried forward with the waste gases, the electrostatic precipitator has been almost universally used to control particulate emissions in the power generation industry.

Inspec keywords: electrostatic precipitators; electric power generation

Other keywords: particulate emissions; large gas flow rates; pulverised coal steam raising plant; waste gases; arrestment device; electrostatic precipitators; power generation industry; process plants

Subjects: Electrostatic devices

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