The wet electrostatic precipitator technology, initially developed by Dr. Frederick Cottrell in 1907 to control sulfuric acid mist from a copper smelting process, has become a worldwide well-established multi-pollutant control device for sub-micron particulates, condensables, and sulfuric acid mist in hundreds of applications such as industrial and utility applications.
With hundreds of wet electrostatic precipitators installed, Hamon Research-Cottrell has the experience to design compact, modular high performing wet electrostatic precipitators minimizing space, cost, and field erection time. The Hamon Research-Cottrell WESP can capture both sub-micron particulates and acid mist with up from 90% removal up to 99% depending upon the number of collection fields employed and the emission guarantees required. We offer both vertical flow tubular and horizontal flow plate type Wet ESPs depending upon the gas flow to be treated. The Hamon Research-Cottrell wet electrostatic precipitator is designed to provide very high removal efficiencies in a cost-effective design that provides reliability and long life.
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