The Electrostatic precipitators in Sri Lanka are available in different sizes and types, designed for various dust and water droplet characteristics and gas volume flows. Dry electrostatic precipitators operate above the dew point of the gas stream to remove impurities from smoke and dust. Wet electrostatic precipitators, in contrast, operate with saturated airstreams that have 100 percent relative humidity.
Electrostatic Precipitators are most suitable for atmospheres containing vapour (such as oil vapour). The electrically charged cells of the ESP will remove oil vapour and discharge clean air to the atmosphere. These are commonly used for kitchen exhaust systems and machineries which discharge air bearing oil vapour. The process consisted of using high voltage (50 to 100kV) to charge particles either positively or negatively. The charged particles are then attracted to collector plates carrying the opposite charge. The electrostatic field established by this different imposed, a charge on all the dust and oil particles passing through the field. Collection efficiency 90-95% in single pass.
Using an Electrostatic precipitator is a great beneficial not only for users but also for the environment equally. Proving the above verdict, the Electrostatic Precipitator in Sri Lanka offered by Airflow Systems allow for the easy and hassle-free collection of trapped dust and particles, some of which may be reused, leading to significant material savings. In addition, since their very high cleaning success rate (99.9%) does not impede airflow, they offer incredibly efficiency. Electrostatic Precipitators are also fantastically versatile; they work at high performance levels for applications across the board. Further when selecting a precipitator, the size of both the system and the particles to be collected should be carefully considered for optimal efficiency.
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