Our ETM electrostatic precipitators are designed as dry-type electrostatic precipitators. Its primary use is the field of hot flue gas dedusting, because of its resistance against heat and sparks.
In the electrostatic precipitator the dust particles are separated from the gas using the electrostatic precipitation. The dust particles in the gas get negatively charged by the electrodes emitted by the discharge electrodes. The dust particles are then moving in the strong electrostatic field towards the positively charged collecting electrodes. During the contact with the collecting electrode the dust particles get discharged and stick to the electrode.
The electrode systems is getting cleaned at regular intervals. This causes the dust to fall into the hopper underneath the electrode system and from there in the designated conveying system.
For more information regarding our ESP program please look into our ESP-brochure.