Electronic Precipitators are installed in Thermal Power Plants to improve Air Quality


Posted November 23, 2019 by MarketResearchHub

Artificial Intelligence is the latest development in AQCS landscape. AI increases efficiency of electronic precipitators to deliver enhanced output.

 
Air Quality Control Systems (AQCS) have gained significance across the globe as the mechanism to eliminate different types of pollutants including particulate matter and toxic trace elements present in flue gas. ACQS are ideal for power generation and different industrial application including aluminum, oil & gas, iron & Steel, biomass and non-ferrous metals. An intelligence report titled, “Air Quality Control Systems for Thermal Power, Update 2019-Global Market Size, Competitive Landscape and Key Country Analysis to 2023” is the source of all the stated insights. This report is the latest addition to Market Research Hub’s ever growing repository.

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Developing economies such as China and India are witnessing soaring power demand that significantly increases atmosphere’s particulate matter’s concentration, majorly from thermal plants. Coal used in thermal plants is responsible for major ash content in atmosphere, prompting the need of dust removal procedures and equipment. General precipitators are installed in industries to cope with these pollutants. Customers demand modification in limited site area of these precipitators which fuels the need of Air Quality Control System.

AI is the future of AQCS

Authorities and governments of different countries have issued environmental norms that aims to reduce emissions from thermal power plants which form a major percentage of total industrial emission. Thermal power plants are directed to follow these norms and install air quality control systems and other control equipment to effectively reduce and curb these harmful emissions. Various types of AQCS with numerous configurations exist to curb pollutants that include Sulphur Dioxide, suspended particulate matter, nitrogen oxide and mercury which are emitted from thermal plants. AQCS consists of many technologies such as FDG system, de-Nox system, SNCR, hybrids, fabric filters and electronic precipitators.

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Artificial Intelligence is the latest development in AQCS landscape. AI increases efficiency of electronic precipitators to deliver enhanced output. AI facilitates real-time analysis of air pollution and uses sensors to measure air quality parameters that provide quality data and insights. AI equipped system are capable to provide data for different parameters including atmosphere and exhaust fumes.

Air Quality Control Systems for Thermal Power: Report Synopsis

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Last Updated November 23, 2019