Global Warming

Electrostatic Precipitator, Its applications, Advantages, at Industrial Zones in India

According to world Health Organisation 2015 report, around 7 million premature deaths take place due to air pollution.

And 10 thousand people are dying at the age of around 40 because of toxic fumes. Thousands of children become asthma patients at the age of six only.

And according to a forecast according to the Constance growth of dying, by the year of 2050, there must be a scarcity of pure drinking water due to the lack of sanitation.

The most air polluted “hotspots” have been found in the biggest metropolitan cities, rather can say, the industrial areas of the most metropolitan cities in this country.

According to another statistical report air has been polluted due to cheap and poor quality supply of coal in most industrial areas. And this leads to India being  one of the leading pollutant regions in the whole universe.

The Big Smoking Zone of the Country:

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Industrial areas are the backbone of every country. So, before thinking  to stop industrialization, that is the most common thinking of masses, think pragmatic to reduce pollution without getting hazard the industry and their prosperity.

Lack of exposure to sunlight children get affected in rickety or various bone deficiency diseases as the smog in air of these areas block sunlight. A permanent smoke haze has already enveloped some areas of Delhi, Patna, Gwalior and Raipur.

According to the “smoke control laws in India” apart from banning tobacco smoking in public zone or creating an extra smoking zone in railway stations or airports, it is mandatory to install Electrostatic Precipitator in every industrial zone of this country.

A little talk about Electrostatic Precipitator.

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It has been used from 1900 and was first initiated by Dr. Frederick G. Cottrell in 1907. Now it is widely acclaimed by every industrial and commercial areas in India as the most proficient machinery that purifies air.

Application of Electrostatic Precipitator:

Apart from the various advantages, this apparatus works in the most proficient way to reduce toxic levels of the environment. It has potential to take away 99.9% of dust particles that is very beneficial for the welfare of eliminating health hazards.

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Advantages of Electrostatic Precipitators

  • Manages massive gas level and dust, especially smog with less pressure
  • Can easily systematize mordant and wet equipment
  • Low expenses
  • It can last for several years
  • Hassle-free upholding
  • Collection efficacies even for tiny elements

Key Components of Electrostatic Precipitator Include

  • Release electrodes
  • Precipitator control
  • Wash out air systems
  • High voltage power supply
  • Spray washing systems

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The preliminary cost of this equipment is quite expensive, when you purchase it for the first time. But, the best part is, its maintenance cost is very cheap and reasonable. The classification is recognized for its permanence and will surely last for several years. One of the best things about ESP is that you don’t need to purchase substitute filters. On the other hand, the ion charged plates has to be cleaned from time to time automatically for optimal performance. Electrostatic precipitator provides almost no wind resistance and doesn’t require any form of pushing control unlike other models.

 

In conclusion, what need to talk about, after giving the detail aspects of this must need equipment is, it is the most fundamental job to install it in all industrial zone. And we need to know its reimbursement in a vast level.

 

Contributions of Industrialisation in Causing Global Warming and Its Effects

Undoubtedly, global warming is the growing concern of the environmentalists. Actually, it is the increase of earth’s average surface temperature and is caused by the effect of the greenhouse gases which absorb heat.

A report of EPA( Environmental Protection Agency) showed that the temperature of the earth has increased by 0.8% in the past few years. It has been caused by the increasing rate of deforestation, industrialisation and pollution.

Our world witnessed the industrial revolution in the year 1700 and then it spread to the rest of the world. The introduction of the machinery and factories has given birth to mass production that caused various kinds of environmental hazards.

Industrialisation has caused the depletion of the environment, leaving it permanently damaged. An example of the depletion is the loss of forests. It not only uproots the wildlife, but also it affects the quality of the air. Due to lack of trees, the oxygen is generated in less amount. Moreover, the places of the forests are captured by the industries that emit greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and methane.

The Effects of Global Warming

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  • Apart from increasing the temperature, there are several other negative impacts of global warming. Among them, the rise of the sea level is a threatening impact. As the temperature increases, the glaciers are melting causing a massive sea level rise. It is one of the reasons of hurricanes, Tsunamis, tornados etc.
  • The extreme weather change caused by global warming has given birth to forest fires, heat waves and several other tropical storms. It has also made the coral reefs suffer from the worst bleaching. Even, the reefs have witnessed the highest dying record in the last few years.
  • Global warming increases smog pollution and causes pollen allergies and asthma. Studies have showed that the increasing level of carbon dioxide gives birth to weeds like ragweed that causes allergies and asthma. In recent years, the number of people suffering from asthma has increased and global warming can be made responsible for that.
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  • Warmer temperatures help to increase the amount of rainfall in some areas. Even, it can increase the frequency of rainstorms that can put many people at risk of floods. The warm environment can also increase the possibility of drought and can affect the agriculture.
  • The increasing temperatures are also responsible for damaging the balance of the ecosystems. There are a good number of species that are becoming extinct as they are unable to adapt the conditions. A recent report showed that more than 1 million species would be eliminated by before 2050 if the current environmental conditions continue.

So, it can be concluded that global warming leaves a strong impact on our environment. As the temperature continues to increase, it is difficult to foretell what more negative impacts global warming will leave. It can be said that the situation is going to be worse, if necessary steps are not taken now. It is up to everyone to recognise the problems and take preventive measures.

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Industrial emissions contribute a lot to this major problem of global warming, so installing ESP or Electrostatic Precipitator in  Chemical, cement industries and power plants can reduce the amount of air pollution substantially and can be of much help in the long run. Save Our Earth! Let it breathe!