Conversion of an existing electrostatic precipitator casing to Pulse Jet Fabric filter in fossil power plants
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SummaryThe combustion process of power generation plants originates particulates. There are different technologies to collecting particulate such as electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) or fabric filters. Currently, these ESPs take 25 or 35 years in service and if the performance expectations of their Plants are positives, improving investments required which can adapt to the new particulate emission limits becoming more stringent. This paper analyzes an alternative means great savings in investment costs; Conversion of the existing ESP casing to a Pulse Jet fabric filter. This study also presents a real case, implementing this conversion with good results in unit of 660 MW power plants of Italy.
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