The emerging gas-based power plants is driving the Electrostatic Precipitator System Market
Portland, OR -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/01/2017 -- Electrostatic Precipitator Systems (ESP) are prominently used for controlling particulate being emitted during various industrial processes and boilers. Electrostatic precipitator uses electrostatic force to capture dust particles coming out of an incoming gas. An electrostatic precipitator system typically consists of following elements: a power supply such as transformer & rectifier, an ionizing source, dust removal mechanism, and an external enclosure to collect & discharge the dust. Eliminating harmful content coming out of flue gases is necessary for preventing water and soil acidification, maintain adequate ozone level at the ground level and to contain the risk of various respiratory or cardiovascular diseases, cancer and fertility problems.
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The growth of coal-fired and gas-based power plants coupled with stringent government regulations mandating the need to keep air pollution within limits in different economies are the factors responsible for the growth of the market across the globe. The electrostatic precipitator is used to maintain the amount of permissible ash particles & harmful gases coming out of flue-gases from coal-fired plants. The emergence of different alternate &renewable energy sources for power plants is a factor likely to restrain the growth of the market.
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The report is segmented on the basis of technologytype, applications& geography. Based on the type of technology used, the market is segmented into wet ESP, dry ESP, plate-wire ESP, wire-plate ESP and wire-pipe ESP. Based on the applications the market is segmented into coal fired generation, electric arc furnaces, gas turbines, solid-waste incinerators, and industrial power, among others. Based on region, the market is segmented into Asia Pacific, Europe, Americas, LAMEA, and Africa.
This electrostatic precipitator market is dominated by the presence of well-diversified vendors operating across international, national, and regional levels. Expanding product portfolio, launching technologically innovative product, and growing Mergers & Acquisition (M&A) are the prominent strategies adopted by key market players to consolidate their positions in the market. Major vendors in this market try to expand their market reach by acquiring key local ®ional players. Key markets players have bagged various commercial contracts from advanced economies such as US & Europe for high-end electrostatic precipitators to control pollutions in different industrial processes. The introduction of ESPs by these economies is to reduce thermal inefficiency, maintenance cost and system downtime.
Key market players profiled in the report include Alstom, Babcock & Wilcox, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Mechatronics Systems, Thermax Ltd. (India), Ducon Technologies Inc. Fujian Longking Co., Ltd., Hamon Corporation (U.S.), and Siemens AG.