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precipitator

[prə′sip·ə‚tād·ər]

electrostatic precipitator

A device installed in flues, and the like, to prevent smoke and dust particles from escaping to the atmosphere; the particles are given an electric charge as they pass through a charged screen; then they are attracted to one of two electrically charged plates through which they pass; from time to time they are removed from the plates.
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13 electrostatic precipitators, 2 catalytic converters, 2 ceramic filters and 3 condensing heat exchangers were evaluated in the survey.
FEIDA), a leading supplier of electrostatic precipitator in China, and began operations in March 2015.
The report covers the current scenario and the growth prospects of the global electrostatic precipitator market for the period of 2015-2019.
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ASTANA (CyHAN)- New electrostatic precipitator has been installed at power unit of Kazakh Ekibastuz GRES-1 power plant, Kazakhmys Company reported.
Overall, it may be concluded that the methodology presented in this project can be successfully used for the design and optimization of industrial electrostatic precipitators.
Because both precipitators are equal, symmetric related to vertical plane which separates them, we chose one, left side.
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The contract includes modernisation of existing control systems and the supply of new electrostatic precipitators by FL Smidth Automation and FL Smidth Airtech respectively.