Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries
Keywords:Electrostatic precipitator, air pollution control, SO2, CO2
Electrostatic precipitator (ESP) is efficient pollution control equipment. This paper aims in designing of a low cost and portable ESP for small scale industries for controlling the pollution. A prototype of two stage ESP is developed with low cost, less weight and easily available materials. Which can be used in boilers, hospitals and cooking purposes. A pollution test is conducted on the prototype for verifying SO2 and CO2 emission by installing this ESP and verified.
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