[ENVEX 2018] Getech, exhibited an Electric Dust Collector for Air Pollution Prevention
2018-06-01, 김기홍 reporter
Getech (CEO Cho Yoon-hyun) have participated 'The 40th International Environment Industry and Technology & Green Energy (hereinafter referred to as, ENVEX 2018) from May 30th(Wed) to Jun 1st (Fri) and introduced an electric dust collector to prevent air pollution. (Photo: Chung Yong-sik, Director explains the working principle of electric dust collector)
Getech is developing various devices and facilities for improving the environment such as air and water quality based on technology related to industrial environmental pollution abatement and exporting environmental technology in cooperation with professional consulting companies in Africa Morocco and Vietnam.
The electric dust collection facility for air pollution that is presented at this exhibition is a device that recovers and treats particulate pollutants in the form of droplets using the electrostatic principle, and collects the oil mist (vapor) at high efficiency to fundamentally remove particulate pollutants.
In particular, the fire detector center and the fire extinguishing device are installed inside the electrostatic dust precipitator to cope with the fire accident quickly, and the power supply which is the high voltage power supply device and the main body of the electric collector are installed separately to protect the electronic and electric equipment from fire.
Director Jung Yong-sik said, "Getech is an environmentally specialized company providing total solutions from design to construction, construction, commissioning and licensing" and added, "We will do our best to be a reliable engineering company with perfect design and sincere construction through new technology development."
Photo: Electrostatic precipitator for air pollution uses electrostatic principle to collect and treat particulate pollutants in droplets)
Meanwhile, ENVEX 2018 is Korea's largest environmental industrial technology and renewable energy trade exhibition, hosted by KEPA (Korea Environmental Preservation Association), and organized by KEITI (Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute), KECO (Korea Environment Corporation), SLC (SUDOKWON Landfill Site Management), KEPA (Korea Environmental Preservation Association and KEIA(Korea Environmental Industry Association). The exhibition is attracting attention as the largest publicity and marketing opportunity for companies to become the leading companies in green growth.
(Photo Description: Water Pollution Prevention Facility through Floating Biological Carrier Process)