Our electrostatic precipitator 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 you 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.
McGill ESPs are constructed of individual modules. Using these modular building blocks, we can provide a broad range of ESP sizes. This modular concept enables us to match your needs accurately, so that the ESP we provide is the right size and price for your application. A modular design is practical for our ESPs because of the high-voltage needle/plate collection electrodes and compact size. It is impractical for conventional ESPs with their large, fragile electrodes.
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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.