Electrostatic Precipitator ESP

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Electrostatic Precipitator ESP?

A device that removes particles from a gas stream (smoke) after combustion occurs. The ESP imparts an electrical charge to the particles, causing them to adhere to metal plates inside the precipitator. Rapping on the plates causes the particles to fall into a hopper for disposal.

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