Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP)

Electro-Static Precipitators or commonly known as ESPs continue to be excellent devices for control of many industrial particulate emissions, including smoke from electricity-generating utilities, products collection such as cement in cement plants, sinter fine collection in Iron & Steel industries to name a few.

The original parallel plate–weighted wire design has evolved as more efficient and robust discharge electrode designs subsequently transformed into a more efficient and robust discharge electrode design of pipe and spike discharge electrode, maximizing corona production.

Transformer-rectifier systems apply voltages at a defined peak. Modern controls, such as an automatic voltage control minimize electric sparking and prevent arcing (sparks are quenched within 1/2 cycle of the TR set), avoiding damage to the components. Automatic plate-rapping systems and hopper-evacuation systems remove the collected particulate matter on line, theoretically allowing ESPs to stay in continuous operation till annual shutdown.

ECOMAK is capable for delivering Electrostatic Precipitators having gas flow upto 25, 00, 000 Am3/hr with round the clock emission level kept in check upto 30 mgm/Nm3. ECOMAK also provides engineering support and operator training to any project undertaken.

Other Electrostatic Precipitator offerings by ECOMAK are:

A) Retrofitting of Electrostatic precipitator.

B) Conversions:

  • Hybrid ESP: Partial conversion of Electro-static Precipitator to Baghouse.
  • Complete Conversion: Conversion of Complete Electrostatic Precipitator to Baghouse.

C) Services:

  • Audit for review & improvement
  • Audit for component life enhancement or component replacement.
Retrofitting of ESP
Conversion of ESP to BAGHOUSE
Audits for ESP