|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Pack|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Retrofitting Parts||Service Provider End|
|Service Location||PAN INDIA|
|Service Mode||ON SITE|
For many years, the air pollution emission norms were lenient, and no major emphasis or attention was given to reduce the industrial pollution. The rising pollution levels were damaging the ecological system and human health in and around the plants. This pushed the government to enforce strict guidelines and regulations for emission limits on the industry. As a result, many industries have revamped /upgraded their existing air pollution control equipment for lower emissions.
For some of the industries, for instance cement, the pollution control equipment also acts as a product recovery system. Hence lower the emission norms, it is better for the industry as they will recover the products and increase the revenue.
Although ESP can provide lower emissions as low as < 10 mg/Nm3, but the cost to achieve the same is much higher for ESP as compared to some other solutions like a Bag Filter or a Hybrid Filter. Also, the space required to achieve the same is far more for ESP as compared to other solutions.
The existing plants (which were installed earlier with old emission norms) are also required to be upgraded / changed as per the new stricter emission norms. To do this, there are various constraints while re-designing the equipment. There are various solutions available to do so and match the current norms.
In older days, this following pollution control equipment’s were more commonly used:
– Reverse Air Bag House (RABH)
– Electrostatic Precipitator
These equipment’s have their own drawbacks and limitations.