The WESP (Wet Electrostatic Precipitator) is used when both liquid and solid aerosols have to be removed from gas streams.
It is an efficient device to remove acids, solvents and oil as well as heavy metals.

Due to its sturdy design the Wet ESP is well suited to remove aggressive media such as hydrochloric acid, ammonia and even hydrofluoric acid. It is commonly used to remove sulphuric oxides, aldehydes and phenols. Together with the fine liquid aerosols sub-micron particles will be removed from the gas. If requested, the WESP can be designed to remove dioxins as well.

During operation no consumables such as filter elements are used. The WESP may be equipped with a cooling unit so that hot gas streams may be treated directly.

The WESP offers proven efficiency, a compact design and low operating costs.

Nass-Elektrofilter (WESP)
Nass-Elektrofilter (WESP)

Application

A WESP may be used when gas streams have to be cleaned of mists or vapors in combination with dust.

Examples are phosphorous furnace emissions, removal of VOCs from waste gas of plastics manufacturing, mist elimination at sulphuric acid productions or gas treatment for waste incinerators.

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