High Voltage Electrostatic Tar Catcher
Esp Wet Electrostatic Precipitator For Boiler Flue Gas
SpecificationitemvalueApplicable IndustriesManufacturing Plant, Machinery Repair Shops, Food & Beverage Factory, Energy & Mining, Cement plant, Power plant, Chemical plant, Metallurgical plant, Mining company, Pharmaceutical factory, Building Material Factory, Rubber factory, Machinery Plant, Boiler plant, Flour mill, Furniture Factory, Glass factory, Asphalt plantAfter Warranty ServiceVideo technical support, Online support, Spare parts, Field maintenance and repair serviceLocal Service LocationNoneShowroom LocationNoneVideo outgoing-inspectionProvidedMachinery Test ReportProvidedMarketing TypeOrdinary ProductCore ComponentsPLC, Engine, Motor, Filter Bag, Blower, Filter Cage, Dust Unloading Valve, Bucket Elevator, Screw Conveyor, Pulse ValveConditionNewMinimum Particle Size0.5mmPlace of OriginChinaHebeiBrand NameSRDDimension(L*W*H)CustomizedWeight1200kgs-3200kgsCertificationCE SGS ISO CertificateWarranty3 yearsAfter-sales Service ProvidedFree spare partsProduct nameBag Filter Dust Collector MachineUsageFilter Industry DustMaterialCarbon SteelPower2.2kw-90kwCleaning wayAuto Pulse Jet Cleaning SystemDust collection typeIndustral Dust CollectorColorCustomers’ RequirementsAir volume5000 – 120200m3FILTER AREA96 – 1728 M2Airflow12000-70000m3/h
The wet electrostatic precipitator uses the method of electrostatic precipitator to separate the aerosol and suspended dust particles in the gas. It mainly includes the following four complex and interrelated physical processes:
(1) Ionization of gas.
(2) Condensation and charging of aerosols and suspended dust particles.
(3) The charged dust particles and aerosol move to the electrode.
(4) The water film makes the electrode plate clean.
Tens of thousands of volts of DC high voltage is applied between the anode and cathode wires of the wet electrostatic precipitator. Under the action of a strong electric field, a corona layer is generated around the corona wire, and the air in the corona layer undergoes avalanche ionization, thereby producing A large number of negative ions and a small amount of positive ions, this process is called corona discharge; the dust (fog) particles that enter the wet electrostatic precipitator with the flue gas collide with these positive and negative ions to be charged, and the charged dust (fog) Due to the Coulomb force of the high-voltage electrostatic field, the particles move toward the anode; after reaching the anode, the charge is released, and the dust (fog) particles are collected by the anode, and the dust is collected to form a water film, which is self-cleaning by gravity or washing. It flows up to the lower liquid accumulation tank or absorption tower, and is separated from the flue gas.