Electrostatic Precipitator

The Electrostatic Precipitator System is widely used to separate aerosols, extremely fine dust particles, and H2O-saturated emissions containing chemical mist, tar or oil, which special dust or gas characteristics make dry separation impossible.

ESP operates on the principle of ionization, migration, collection, removal of dust particles. There are six activities that take place:
  • Ionization – charging of particles;
  • Migration – transporting the charged particles to the collecting surfaces;
  • Collection – precipitation of the charged particles onto the collecting surfaces;
  • Charge dissipation – neutralizing the charged particles on the collecting surfaces;
  • Particle dislodging – removing the particles from the collecting surfaces to the hopper;
  • Particles removal – conveying the particles from the hopper to a disposal point or return to process;

As particles collection occurs in an electric field, this minimizes energy costs to overcome the resistance of air flow as compared to other technology. Tialoc’s ESP may also be designed with an optional scrubber section for removal of acid gases. This makes the unit the most versatile air pollution control system on the market.

  • Durable filter material;
  • High temperature fabrics (>200°C);
  • Automatic pulse jet cloth cleaning system;
  • Continuous operation;
  • Consistent discharge;
  • Greater operating range enables flexibilities to operate in lower or higher flows volume;
  • Minimum pressure drop across bag filter;
  • Rigid cage design;
  • High reliability;