When the pollutant is fine particulate or aerosols and the control device is an electrostatic precipitator, what can the inspector do to confirm that it is operating properly?
Baltec Australia's Electrostatic Precipitators Training Course will help the inspector understand the fundamentals of electrostatic precipitator operation and the likely defects or operator oversights.
The training course will also assist plant personnel to obtain the performance from their precipitators, and to enable maintenance personnel to diagnose and repair mechanical and electrical faults.
Electrostatic Precipitators ESP Training Course topics include: Precipitator Fundamentals; Process Factors; Key ESP components conditions affecting operation; Basic safety requirements when working on ESP; and Function of ESP controls and behaviour under a variety of operating conditions.
Training will include both theory and hands-on practical instruction. Emphasis is on developing a practical understanding of the basics factors and determinants of precipitator operation and performance.
The trainer has 35 years experience in ESP and still currently works with cement, mineral processing, metallurgical and power industries.
Electrostatic Precipitators ESP Training Course includes a set of comprehensive training course notes and on-going telephone support from engineering personnel.