Dry type ESP

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Electrostatic Precipitators (ESP)

Dry Type ESP

With an electrostatic precipitator (ESP), direct high voltage is applied to create a corona discharge to charge particles suspended in the gas and collect them through electrostatic attraction. An ESP is useful in removing particles in the sub-micron (0.1ß#) range which are difficult to capture with gravitational or centrifugal force.


- Customized system design

- Collection with G-OpzelTM  Plate

- DURATRODETM  discharge electrode

- MIGITM  (Magnetic Impulse Gravity impact) rappers

- Semipulse and Multipulse for high collection and energy efficiency


- Boryeong Thermal Power Plant Units 1~8 500MW, Korea (1983~2006)

- Kasima Power Plant, Japan (2000)

- Taean Thermal Power Plant Units 7~8 500MW X 4, Korea (2004)

- Taichung Thermal Power Plant Units 9~10 550MW X 2, Taiwan (2001)

- Pohang Sintering Plants 1~4 (POSCO), Korea (1986~2008)

- Gwangyang Ferronickel Plant (POSCO), Korea (2007)