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eel TABLE ESP CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH 2 DIFFERENT LEVELS OF RESISTIVITY? Resistivity levels] cohm-ce ESP cha B Siero ESPchroster sth cs ae Less than 108 | (1) Normal operating voltage and current levels unless ‘dust Tayer {z. thick enough to reduce plate clearances ‘and cause higher current levels | (2) Reduced electrical force component retaining collect fed dust, Yulnerable to high reentrainnent losses i (3) Negligibie voltage drop across dust layer | (4) Reduced collection performance due to (2) 4 10° to 101° | (1) Normat operating voltage and current, levels (2) Negligible voltage drop across dust. layer (2) Sufficient electrical force component retaining collected dust (4) High collection performance due to (1), (2), and (3) sol? (2) Reduced operating voltage and current levels with high spark rates (2) Significant voltage loss across dust layer (3) Moderate electrical force conponent retaining collected dust (4) Reduced collection performance due to (1) and (2) Greater than 10! | (1) Reducet operating voltage levels: high operating current levels 1f power supply controller 1s not operating properly (2) Very significant voltage loss across dust Tayer (3) High electrical foree eameonen. retaining coTTectd 4 last (4) Sertously reduced collection performance due to (2), {(2)y and probable back corone es Renee Typical values, Operating voltage 30 to 70 AV, dependent on design factors Operating current density: § to 50 nAfea™ 4 Dust layer thickness 4 to 1 in, 2 ie oe ‘SEeTION 2-OVERVIEW OF ESP THEORY, DESIGN, AND OLM CONSIDERATIONS _s€oTIOn 2-0¥ER! ESP THEORY, 1, AND OM a eS