Precipitator control system

HEI Wet Electronic Precipitator System incorporates a unique discharge electrode technology that can be sized to specific applications.

05/04/2017


HEI Wet Electronic Precipitator System incorporates a unique discharge electrode technology that can be sized to specific applications.Bionomic's HEI Wet Electronic Precipitator System incorporates a discharge electrode technology that can be sized to specific applications, and concentrates a high intensity ionizing corona in strategic areas within the collecting tubes instead of distributing it along the entire length of the tubes' treatment area.
The resultant particle charging fields are two to three times stronger than conventional precipitators and deliver higher particulate charges, higher migration velocities, and a smaller precipitator size for gas capacities from 1,000 through 300,000 acfm. Other key features of the system are the available methods for collection tube cleaning, gas precleaning, and conditioning. Unlike other precipitators that utilize sprays, overflow weirs or packed marble beds. The system also comes with PLC-based voltage and spark controls (to maintain maximum electric field stability), nonfouling insulator locations, and new improved materials of construction that provide more resistance to corrosive gases complete the advanced yet economical system.

Bionomic Industries Inc.

www.bionomicind.com



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