How does an electrostatic precipitator work?

Electrostatic precipitation is an extremely efficient way of filtering fine particles from a flowing gas. Electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) can handle large volumes of air without significantly slowing down the rate of flow, because of the low-pressure drop across the electrostatic filter. Kitchen extraction air is a tricky target, due to the complex mixture of grease,…

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How does an electrostatic precipitator solve kitchen fume pollution?

Electrostatic precipitators is a good solution for commercial kitchen fume pollution. Electrostatic precipitators work by forcing kitchen fume past two electrodes, which take the form of metal wires, bars, or plates inside. The first electrode is charged to a very high negative voltage. As the kitchen fume moves past it, they pick up a negative…

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How To Choose Electrostatic Precipitator?

Choosing an Electrostatic precipitator is like buying an air conditioner. The environment and the size of the room and air-conditioned room are closely related to the effect. It is the same whether the purifying effect of electrostatic precipitators can meet the national requirements is also closely related to the selection. Chinese and Western restaurants, in…

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What is important in design kitchen ventilation

Exhaust hoods Exhaust hoods and canopies capture heat and contaminants in the air by means of filters, extraction baffles (cartridges), and water mist systems. There are many style variations of hoods with canopy styles—a large box with and open bottom—being the most common. Styles selection is based on the type of oven and the expected…

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