At AirTek, our commitment to safety allows us to maintain, install, and upgrade electrostatic precipitators consistently and without incident, one project at a time. When we’re called to job sites, we understand the risks. We don’t stop until each individual member of our crew understands them too. Our commitment to safety culture throughout the Southeast has led to a likewise commitment from our customers. In fact, 80% of our business is based on repeat customers—testimony
When explained in certain terms, electrostatic precipitators can sound like something out of science fiction. Ionized particles created through industrial processes are attracted to collection plates while cleaner air is released. The technology allows industries like yours to operate in compliance with local, state, and federal guidelines so that you can focus on working toward success. But at the end of this amazing, scientific feat, what happens to the trapped particles? Most electrostatic precipitators have
A general rule of engineering holds that the more complex a machine, the more ways it has to break down. Put another way, simple machines (such as pulleys, wheels, and levers) won’t require as much maintenance (if any) as a combustion engine or massive, industrial excavator. While you’re no doubt familiar with the tools of your trade, some machines on your jobsite may escape your watchful eye. The health and continued functionality of our electrostatic
In heavy industry—as in other fields—the most important part about being in business is simply staying in business. But “staying in business” may be more easily said than done, especially for those industries with stringent environmental compliance regulations. “Staying in business” means maximizing the working hours in the day, complying with environmental regulations, and otherwise not shooting yourself in the foot or committing unforced errors. You rely on heavy machinery to keep you and your
Industry and regulation—the two will forever go hand in hand. But the most successful industrial leaders of our times find ways to appease both sides of the coin. By meeting and maintaining regulatory guidelines, we reallocate resources which help us rise to the top of our field. Electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) are vital components in even the loftiest industrial dreams. But the majority of electrostatic precipitators used today are aging and in dire need of upgrades.