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Wet Electrostatic Precipitators      


Wet electrostatic precepitators (or WESPs) can be used downstream for saturated flue gas to remove particulate material. Dust separation by means of electrical charging between the discharge electrodes and the earthed collecting electrodes, designed in tubes, honeycomb tubes and plates. The particle collection efficiency is more than 99.97 % and the gas velocity of 0.5 to 3.0 m/s.
Unbreakable discharge electrodes used for high availability. Software directed high tension control system provides a maximum collection efficiency at the most possible low power consumption.


  • Aerosol and mist removal
  • Fine particulate capture
  • Difficult sticky dust compositions
  • Integrated systems with scrubbers

Advanced Design

Our range of Wet Electrostatic Precipitators incorporate the latest state-of-the-art features including spiral discharge electrodes, hexagonal tube bundles, and advanced electronics.


At TAPC, we take great pride in the quality and design in all of our products.  Our range of wet ESPs is no different.  We have spent many years maintaining and repairing all type of ESP and have engineered out all the weaknesses we have recognised in other designs.  You can be assured that a TAPC design ESP will out perform any other type of ESP in both reliability and efficiency.


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