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Market For Electrostatic Precipitator Service and Parts Growing Faster Than Hardware

by The McIlvaine Company  (Sep. 28, 2006)

The market for electrostatic precipitators is growing despite the fact that fabric filters are taking an ever increasing market share. Fortunately, the total market is growing fast enough to compensate for the share losses. This is the forecast contained in Electrostatic Precipitator World Markets, an online continually updated service of the ...

Research and Markets: Opportunity in the Indian Electrostatic Precipitators Market 2012 Provides a Snapshot of Key Competition, Past Market Trends with Forecasts

by Research and Markets  (Dec. 11, 2012)

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6xnsst/opportunity_in) has announced the addition of the "Opportunity in the Indian Electrostatic Precipitators Market 2012" report to their offering. This report ...

GE technology selected to lower emissions and rebuild electrostatic precipitator at Enel Maritza East 3 in Bulgaria

by General Electric  (Feb. 9, 2010)

GE (NYSE: GE) was recently awarded a contract by Enel SpA to complete phase 6 of an 8-phase project at Enel Maritza East 3 (EME3) Thermal Power Plant in Bulgaria. During this phase, GE will convert two electrostatic precipitators (ESP) from tumbling hammer to GE’s advanced top rap technology, helping to increase reliability of the unit, lower ...

Electrostatic precipitator systems solve air pollution control problems for a wide variety of industries

by McGill AirClean LLC  (Jan. 21, 2008)

McGill AirClean has more than 40 years of experience solving air pollution control problems for a wide variety of industrial processes including boilers, furnaces, dryers, ovens, etc. The company has the knowledge and experience to properly select the correct materials of construction to meet the particular demands of an application, greatly ...

Precipitator Market to Level Off in 2015

by The McIlvaine Company  (Jul. 16, 2014)

Electrostatic precipitator owners will spend $15 billion on new systems and repairs of existing systems in 2015. This will represent no increase over 2014. This is the latest prediction in the McIlvaine publication, Electrostatic Precipitator World Market. (www.mcilvainecompany.com) Despite the very sizable $5 billion expenditure for new systems ...

World Precipitator Market Will Grow Thanks to Asia and SO3

by The McIlvaine Company  (Aug. 19, 2005)

Untitled Document Over the last two years, China has embarked on construction of more than 100 new coal-fired power plants. These plants ...

Precipitator Safety Via Kirk Key Interlocks

by Kirk Key Interlock Company  (Apr. 18, 2007)

KIRK 316 SERIES Trapped Key Interlocks from Kirk Key Interlock Company Kirk Key Interlock Company, located in Massillon, Ohio, USA is proud to announce the all new “Kirk 316 Series” trapped key interlocks. This new line of key interlocks is the ideal choice for key interlocking Electrostatic Precipitators. The Kirk 316 Series is designed ...

Wet Precipitators Could Capture 20 Percent of the Market in the Next Five Years

by The McIlvaine Company  (Jan. 15, 2015)

Presently dry precipitators dominate the precipitator market with a 90 percent share as compared to only 10 percent for wet precipitators. This ratio is going to change to as much as 20 percent wet precipitators within five years. This is the prediction of the McIlvaine Company in Electrostatic Precipitator World Market. (www.mcilvainecompany.com) ...

Macrotek Ultra Efficient MVA Scrubber Exceeds Performance and Expectations

by Macrotek Inc.  (Apr. 25, 2011)

Macrotek Inc., a leader in air pollution control technology, was selected by a major precious metal refiner requiring a highly advanced and efficient wet scrubber system to replace an existing aging electrostatic precipitator (ESP). Macrotek's flooded disc MVA venturi scrubber and MSV separator were installed, commissioned, and recently tested ...

China spending much more on FGD and other air pollution control than the US

by The McIlvaine Company  (Apr. 22, 2009)

Chinese suppliers of flue gas desulfurization systems have installed or have orders for plants with the total electrical capacity of over 500,000 MW.  This compares to only 180,000 MW in the U.S.  China is operating 379,000 MW of scrubbers compared to only 130,000 MW in the U.S.  China has these FGD scrubbers on 67 percent of the coal-fired plants ...

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