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McGill AirClean's Electrostatic Precipitator Systems Solve Air Pollution Control Problems for a Wide Variety of Industries

McGill AirClean has more than 40 years of experience solving air pollution control problems for a wide variety of industrial processes including boilers, furnaces, dryers, ovens, etc. The company has the knowledge and experience to properly select the correct materials of construction to meet the particular demands of an application, greatly extending the operation life of its electrostatic precipitators (ESPs).

Dry Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) Systems

Dry Electrostatic Precipitator Installation (ESP) | McGill AirClean A spray-dry scrubber and electrostatic precipitator (ESP) for acid gas control

McGill AirClean's dry ESP systems generate a corona to electrostatically charge particulate and remove it from flue gas streams. Each ESP system is designed to provide effective control of particulate emissions while saving customers money by minimizing operating costs.

A unique needle/plate collection electrode design uses energy very efficiently, enabling our ESPs to operate economically at low voltage and current levels. Our design also reduces maintenance costs. The low power levels prolong the life of insulators and conventional ESPs, there is much less that can break down on a McGill AirClean ESP. McGill AirClean keeps the number of moving parts in its ESP systems to a minimum, and those parts that do move are of heavy-duty construction.

Modular construction allows the company to size a compact, economical system for a customer's process. Typical applications include wood-fired boilers, coal-fired boilers, glass furnaces, cement kilns, and solid waste incinerators.

Wet Electrostatic Precipitator (WESP) Systems

Wet Electrostatic Precipitator (WESP) Installation | McGill AirClean A McGill AirClean wet electostatic precipitator (WESP) system controls wood dryer emissions at an oriented strand board plant.

McGill AirClean has pioneered the application of high-efficiency wet ESPs, a cost-efficient, highly effective way to meet very stringent air pollution control regulations and for sticky or flammable flue gas particulates. A washdown system keeps the WESP internal clean to help prevent fires and maintenance problems. The company's durable WESP systems have solved difficult emission control problems for wood dryers, wood-fired boilers, fiberglass forming and curing ovens, and steel scarfing processes.

Mobile Electrostatic Precipitator Testing (WESP/ESP)

Mobile Electrostatic Precipitator Testing (WESP/ESP) | McGill AirClean With its mobile ESP, McGill AirClean can accurately size a full-scale wet or dry ESP system for a customer's application.

McGill AirClean's mobile ESP can be used to study an emission problem on site and develop an effective solution. This equipment enables the company to analyze the flue gas stream, determine ESP collection efficiencies, and collect data to size a full-scale wet or dry ESP for a customer's application.

To learn more about McGill AirClean's products, contact McGill AirClean LLC, 1777 Refugee Road, Columbus, Ohio 43207. Call 614/829-1200, or fax 614/445-8759. E-mail: click here.

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Our PC-SAM™ Control System Makes ESP Systems Easy to Operate

PC-SAM™ ESP Control System | McGill AirClean To make our ESP systems easy to operate and maintain, we supply powerful PC-SAM computerized control systems. Each control system combines a programmable logic controller (PLC) with a personal computer (PC). We give you simplified control, on-line service, and greater data acquisition, with historical trending capabilities.

Simplified Control
The PLC is the brain of the control system, making decisions about the day-to-day operations of you air pollution equipment. The PC puts control of all functions at your fingertips, while providing visual displays so you can monitor operations. Our PC-SAM control program is user-friendly and can be set up for on-site or remote control. The PC can be programmed to work with controls for the precipitator and subsystems of your process, giving you a single integrated system.

On-Line Service Capability
With McGill AirClean's on-line service capabilities, our engineers can monitor and troubleshoot your air pollution control system quickly and economically. When you experience a problem, we can view your system's operation on-line from the computers at our office. In many cases, we are able to diagnose and correct emission control system problems without the time and expense of an on-site service call.

Data Acquisition
The PC records operations data such as temperature, pressure, gas flow, emissions levels, and voltage versus rapping cycle. Data can be stored for six months or longer and can be used to show trends in the ESP system's operation, helping you monitor performance and diagnose potential problems.

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