FINGO electrostatic precipitator technologies deliver maximum particulate removal efficiency with proven reliability and reduced operating and maintenance costs. And our engineered upgrades, quality components and replacement parts, and aftermarket services help keep existing ESPs running efficiently and effectively, regardless of OEM.
We have extensive experience with both dry and wet technologies, and have installations in a wide range of applications, including power generation, waste-to-energy, cement, chemical, oil & gas, pulp & paper, metals/steel, and others.
All PM either has or can be given a charge – positive or negative. Let’s suppose we impart a negative charge to all the particles within a gas stream. Then suppose we set up a grounded plate having a positive charge in the same vicinity. What would happen? The negatively charged particle would migrate to the grounded collection plate and be captured due to electrostatic attraction, this is the same phenomenon that causes a balloon to stick to the wall after rubbing it on your hair. As particles collect on the plate, a dust layer would form and accumulate until it was removed with some force that is able to overcome the attractive forces, which we could do by rapping the plate or spraying it with a liquid. Charging, collecting, removing – that’s the basic idea of an ESP.
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