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    In cooperation with our partners, we offer associated accessories for electrostatic precipitators (ESP).


    The electrostatic precipitator consists of a series of parallel vertically hanging metal plates (collecting electrodes) that form strips through which the flue gases pass. Collecting plates provide collection surfaces for charged particles. The knocking system is then responsible for removing the collected particles from the collection surfaces. The plates have grooves to prevent deflection.


    Discharge electrodes are either small diameter metal wires that hang vertically in an electrostatic precipitator or a solid electrode made from a single piece of fabricated metal. The discharge electrodes create a strong electric field that ionizes the flue gas, and this ionization charges the particles in the gas.


    At the start of separation, the electrostatic precipitator is subjected to a thermal shock. The polluted gases have a temperature of several hundred degrees and the parts of the electrofilter have an ambient temperature. The task of the heating spiral is to preheat the support insulator of the precipitator to a temperature at which there is no risk of thermal shock when the separation starts and damage to the insulator. The insulator is usually heated to a temperature of around 90 degrees. C.


    Hammers, clamps and bearings are part of the tapping system of an electrostatic precipitator. The tapping system vibrates or shocks the electrodes and removes accumulated dust. The hammers thus remove the dust that has accumulated on the collection and discharge electrodes.


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