PARSPION - Electrofilter
Electrostatic precipitators (ESP) with their countless areas of application remain the most
economical system for the removal of dust from industrial gases.
Operating costs are reduced due to low energy consumption, and the cost of maintenance and
spare parts is very low. In addition, the life expectancy of an electrostatic precipitator
usually exceeds that of the upstream production units, such as kilns, mills, driers and coolers.
Electrons are emitted from discharge electrodes which have been charged with a rectified negative
high voltage. These electrons migrate to the collecting electrodes. As the electrons accumulate on
the dust particles, the latter become negatively charged. The electric field transports them to
the earthed collecting electrodes where they are deposited. Mechanical rapping equipment cleans
the collecting electrodes by means of periodic rapping.
The robust RS electrodes and the maintenance-friendly design are only two of the ELEX electrostatic
precipitator’s main characteristics.