Fly ash containing deposited ammonia is collected in an electrostatic precipitator or bag house (42).
The disclosure relates to a method or device for controlling the operation of an electrostatic precipitator, ESP.
This electrostatic precipitator is provided with a charging part, a dust collection part, and a fan.
A sintered stainless steel filter is used as the grounded electrode of a point-to-plane electrostatic precipitator.
The electrostatic precipitator (40) includes a washable filter element (40) enclosed in a housing (42) that is removable from the vacuum cleaner (20) as a unit.
The ESP is operated in a manner depending on the indicator signal.
The electrostatic dust separator (10) has integrated filter tubing (12) whereby it is also known as a hybrid filter.
The ESP is used to remove dust particles from a process gas, which is generated by a combustion process.
A compact electrostatic particulate collector for sampling contaminants has a collection chamber defined by a titanium inner surface of a wall.
Said dust separator also comprises at least two gas distribution perforated plates (6, 6', 6'') which are placed in the cone-shaped section (10) and which are arranged in such a way that they are substantially perpendicular to the housing axis.
Defined in a case (2) of an electrostatic dust collector (4) are an intake chamber (4) and an outlet chamber (26) which are caused to communicate with each other via an angular pipe (11), and an electrode pin (23) is inserted in the angular pipe (11).
The claimed arrangement of the first heat exchanger (13) upstream and adjacent to a precipitator (7) leads to a reduced space demand and optimises dust precipitation as well as the pressure drop of the flue gas.