Ozcon Electrostatic Precipitator removes polluted air by absorbing particles such as grease, steam, dust and smoke formed in the air with the principle of electrostatic precipitation.
As a choice of giant brands, Ozcon manufactures a high efficient, high-quality Electrostatic Precipitators to all industries. While it eliminates your smoke and particle problem, Ozcon Electrostatic Precipitators add publicity value to your brand.
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Kitchen Electrostatic Precipitators
Kitchen Electrostatic Precipitators (ESPs) are specially designed to remove grease and smoke particles from commercial kitchen extraction systems. These units provide lower energy costs with low pressure drop and highest particle removal efficiency in their class.
Industrial Electrostatic Precipitators
Industrial Electrostatic Precipitators (ESPs) are specially designed to remove grease, smoke and particles from industrial fume extraction systems. They can work in high temperatures. These units provide high efficiency with low energy costs.
Why use Ozcon’s
Besides being the most advanced Electrostatic Precipitator technology
You’ll never have to worry about releasing the smoke, grease and particles from your extraction again. Combining with Ozone or UV you will also remove the odour.
Complete Smoke Removal
Electrostatic Precipitator eliminates up to 95% single-pass efficiency of grease and smoke particles and double-pass configuration efficiency 99.9% in the cooking exhaust system
Low Operating Cost
– Electronic cells are simply washed to remove collected particulate and re-used over and over. Because of this, there is a substantial saving by eliminating expensive replacement filters. ESP’s are infinite
Electrostatic Precipitators consume very little electricity (70W). Doesn’t create extra pressure Lower static pressure means smaller horsepower blowers and less power consumption.
Because of the high efficiency of the precipitator, there are fewer stages to the filtration process which makes these a good solution for space-limited projects.
Electrostatic Precipitator cells are washed, cleaned and re-used. So you don’t need constant filter changes so you don’t contribute to waste pollution.
Amount of grease, smoke and particle in exhaust fumes is reduced to lessen the nuisance of smells to the neighbourhood. ESP systems give your business a clean image while complying with local legislation.
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The Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) unit utilises the principle of electrostatic precipitation. The dirty exhaust air is drawn onto the mesh pre-filter which traps large grease particles. The remaining finer particles some small as 0.01-micron pass into a strong electrical field (ionising section) where the particulate receives an electrical charge. The charged particulate then passes onto a collector plate section made up of a series of parallel plates. Each alternate plate is charged with the same polarity as the particles repel are grounded, which attract and collect.
Yes! The first rule for electrostatic precipitators is, the higher the velocity the lower the efficiency. The faster the exhaust air travels through the ESP unit, efficiency is compromised. Decision-makers should consider the physical size of the ESP unit, pre-filters, electrostatic cells.
Ozone generator is installed after the electrostatic precipitator. It generates ozone gas and brakes down grease and odour containing compounds producing during cooking. Ozone reduces oil and grease build up in kitchen exhaust ductwork and reduces fire risk. When the Electrostatic Precipitator is in operation and the ozone generator is automatically turned on.
Yes. T Series (HMD) has been independently tested to ASHRAE standard tested 52.2 2017 provides industry accepted procedure for measuring electrostatic filters.
Single-pass efficiency collects up to 98.4% efficiency and double pass efficiency which exhaust air is passed through two units giving it an efficiency of 99.9% and for modular filtration systems, the Ozcon ESP units can be stacked on top of each other to increase airflow (L/s) requirements.
ESP units should be installed as close as possible to the commercial kitchen canopy. This positioning reduces the amount of oil and grease which can accumulate in the ductwork. If your only concern is smoke or you don’t have a place to install it close to canopy you can install it outdoors.
Every cooking style is different, however, on average, the following cleaning schedule applies. These are based upon standard restaurant opening hours:
• Light cooking: every six weeks
• Medium cooking: every four weeks
• Heavy cooking: every two weeks or weekly for charcoal/ solid fuel cooking
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