Air Pollution Control System is air pollution control device used to separate solid particulate matter from a contaminated air stream. Contaminated air flows into an ESP chamber and is ionized by electron emitting electrodes; also known as the corona chamber.
- Dry type designs for gas volumes, from as little as 5,000 m3/hr to 1, 00,000 m3/hr.
- Wet type designs for maximum particulate removal.
- Hot gas designs for operation at temperatures above 450°C.
- ESPs for diverse applications like corrosive gas, tar and other difficult material, etc.