High secondary power levels produce increased collection efficiency for sub-micron particulate, heavy metals and mist.
Rigid discharge electrode with sharp emitting points results in intensified corona fields.
WESPs are easily incorporated into systems with pre-scrubbing equipment.
Our Wet Electrostatic Precipitators has superior performance, even with high concentrations of sub-micron particle loading
operates effectively, even with high current suppression
very high intensity corona
low system energy requirementsWESP Internals smooth
lower water requirement
rigid electrodes with precise alignment
flexible downflow or upflow designs to suit the system arrangement
low maintenance requirement
heavy metal and salt fume removal from industrial and hazardous waste incinerators
smoke and fume removal from industrial processes
fine dust removal and organic pollutants
acid mist removal from boilers and industrial processes
Satisfied Customer: Lenzing Fibers
Lenzing Fibers, located in Axis, Alabama, was investigating ways to lower the opacity of its exhaust system and increase recovery of solvent from its regenerated cellulose fiber (“Tencel”) production process. The performance of existing mist eliminators was not sufficient to adequately impact the very small particulate size.
AirPol was awarded a contract to supply and install a new Wet Electrostatic Precipitator (WESP) system that included inlet and outlet ductwork, control dampers, and a booster (exhaust) fan and exhaust stack, as well as a WESP Control Panel and instrumentation.
The turnkey project was completed using Lenzing’s preferred local contractors. The existing mist eliminators were removed and the new system easily provided the expected results. So much so that when Lenzing decided to re-start a second (idle) production line, another companion AirPol WESP system was purchased to ensure similar performance.