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ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS AND MODULAR INDUSTRIAL ELECTROSTATIC AIR CLEANERS

CLEAN AIR SPECIALISTS

RydAiR Electrostatic Air Cleaners or Electrostatic Precipitators help businesses keep the pollutants they generate in check so that employees have a better and healthier working environment as well as ensuring that neighbors are not inconvenienced with bad air around them. A clean environment will generate lots of goodwill among neighboring businesses or residences. This is especially true in big cities where businesses and residences are situated closed to each other.

The RydAiR Electrostatic Air Cleaners or Electrostatic Precipitators can be easily configured and incorporated into various types of exhaust system of business like factories, workshop and restaurants.

They are commonly used in Kitchen Exhaust System Applications to ensure that clean air is exhausted.

Pollutants captured by RydAiR Electrostatic Air Cleaners or Electrostatic Precipitators include welding smoke and fumes, oil mist, smoke and dust, solder fumes, diesel fumes, cooking fumes and many other contaminants. RydAiR Electrostatic Air Cleaners or Electrostatic Precipitators provides an effective, low maintenance air cleaning solutions for many situations. Besides cleaning the contaminated air before they are expelled into the atmosphere, RydAiR Electrostatic Air Cleaners or Electrostatic Precipitators are also able to clean contaminated indoor air and recirculate it back to the work area, thereby reducing energy cost by not having to exhaust out heated or cooled indoor air.

Industrial Grade Odour Control System

RydAiR CB2500 & CB5000 Carbon V bank / Carbon filters are designed to remove and control gas / vapor contaminants. Both models can be incorporated to the RydAiR Industrial Electrostatic Air Cleaner units specifically for the control of cooking odour. Activated Charcoal pellets used in both Carbon V Banks are manufactured from raw material such as coal, coconut shell & wood. The raw material is first processed to produce a char and then put through the activation stage. This involves heating the char between 800 degrees to 1000 degrees C. in an atmosphere of steam, which develops the high surface area & extensive pore network. Through this process numerous types of carbon can be produced that give a range of absorption capacities.