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The Institute for Technical Chemistry (ITC) developped an innovative precipitator which efficiently reduces the concentration of soot and fine dust. The precipitator consists of two chambers. In the ionization chamber the particles of the flue gas are electrically charged by corona discharge. In the downstream collector chamber of the system the charged soot and dust particles are deposited on a helical brush. It rotates regularly over a scraper and the collected particles fall into the collection vessel.
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