The Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) system is a particulate collection device that removes particles from a flowing gas. It uses the induced electrostatic charge to collect this particulate matter and then remove the particles.
ESP can handle large gas volumes with a wide range of inlet temperatures, pressures, dust volumes, and acid gas conditions. It can collect a wide range of particle sizes, and it can also collect particles in dry and wet states. For many industries, the collection efficiency can go as high as 99%. The regulatory authorities like EPU and EU commission have made stringent regulations as most of the systems in the U.S. and Europe were installed 30 to 40 years ago. This gives a chance for the new ESP systems to acquire the market. The new developed ESP systems meet the standards for particulate matter emission.
Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) market is segmented into two types namely, wet ESP systems and dry ESP systems. Dry ESP is most commonly used across the world to reduce the emission of particulate matters from industry. The ESP systems are used in applications like power and industrial boilers firing coal, lignite, oil, biomass, and other fuels for various processes in iron, steel and non-ferrous metallurgical industries, cement industry, incineration plants, and pulp & paper plants.
The report analyzes Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) in air quality control systems market by application and geography. Market share analysis, by revenue, of the top companies is also included in the report. The market share analysis of these key players is arrived at, based on key facts, annual financial information, and interviews with key opinion leaders such as CEOs, Directors, and marketing executives.
In order to present an in-depth understanding of the competitive landscape, the report on Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) consists of company profiles of some major participants in the market, which combines technology providers such as Alstom SA (France), Babcock & Wilcox Co. (U.S.), Foster Wheeler AG (Switzerland), Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd. (Japan), Ducon Technologies Inc. (U.S.), Siemens AG (Germany), and others.