HEAF systems provide removal efficiencies of 99.99% or greater for
sticky, oily, or soluble aerosol emissions.
HEAF systems use fiberglass or polyester filter media and the principles of impaction, interception, and Brownian motion to achieve removal efficiencies of 99.99% or higher.
HEAF systems provide an effective alternative to various applications, including applications where baghouses plug up due to the sticky, liquid nature of the particulate. HEAF systems are also useful for collecting particulate matter that is small, that cannot be easily removed from the collection plates in an electrostatic precipitator, or that has an improper resistivity to carry an electrostatic charge. HEAF systems are also a cost-effective alternative to fume or vent gas incinerators.
Typical markets and applications that benefit from HEAF systems include:
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