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Paul L Feldman, Krishnaswamy S Kumar: Corona discharge reactor and method of chemically activating constituents thereby. Environmental Elements, Morton J Rosenberg, David I Klein, Jun Y Lee, March 31, 1998: US05733360 (55 worldwide citation)

A corona discharge reactor (10) and method for chemically activating various constituents of a gas stream by use of corona discharge is provided. The corona discharge reactor (10) includes within a conduit a discharge plate (30a,b) having a plurality of through openings (33) and a plurality of proje ...


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Paul L Feldman, Krishnaswamy S Kumar: Laminar flow electrostatic precipitation system. Environmental Elements, Morton J Rosenberg, David I Klein, January 13, 1998: US05707428 (46 worldwide citation)

An electrostatic precipitation system (100) utilizes laminar flow of a particulate-laden gas in order to enhance the removal of sub-micron sized particulates. The system incorporates a vertically oriented housing (105) through which the gas flows downwardly therethrough to a lower outlet port (110). ...


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Paul L Feldman, Krishnaswamy S Kumar: System for removing fine particulates from a gas stream. Environmental Elements, Morton J Rosenberg, David I Klein, Jun Y Lee, December 9, 1997: US05695549 (35 worldwide citation)

A system incorporating an agglomerator is provided for removing fine particulates from a gas stream. The agglomerator (100) is coupled to a flue (12) for agglomerating fines (30) entrained in a gas stream, the agglomerates (40) reentrained into the gas stream are carried by ductwork (14) to an exist ...


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Steven R Cross, Stuart J Pass, Robert G Huntington: Fan blade protection system. Environmental Elements, Morton J Rosenberg, David I Klein, January 23, 1990: US04895491 (35 worldwide citation)

A fan blade protection system (100) is provided for substantially preventing erosion by particulate impingement on the fan blade. Fan blade protection system (100) includes an outer erosion resistant layer (110) laminately bonded to an elastomeric energy dissipative layer (120). The laminate structu ...


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Mark R Kercheval, Lawrence W Fickus: Hopper gas distribution system. Environmental Elements, Morton J Rosenberg, April 7, 1987: US04655804 (34 worldwide citation)

A hopper gas distribution system (10) is provided for dispersing particulate laden gas in an equal flow rate around or into a plurality of filter bags (16) maintained in a bag house above a hopper housing (12). Particulate laden gas enters the hopper housing (12) through an inlet conduit (18) and is ...


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Paul L Feldman, Dennis J Helfritch: Air filter with combined enhanced collection efficiency and surface sterilization. Environmental Elements, Rosenberg Klein & Lee, June 12, 2001: US06245132 (29 worldwide citation)

Electrically enhanced filter, includes a filter element, a pair of electrodes sandwiching the filter element, a DC, AC, pulse, or RF power supply coupled to the electrode to create an electrostatic field across the filter element and to produce attracting forces between micro-organisms contained in ...


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Dennis J Helfritch: Catalytic reactor for oxidizing mercury vapor. Environmental Elements, Rosenberg Klein & Bilker, July 28, 1998: US05785932 (25 worldwide citation)

A catalytic reactor (10) for oxidizing elemental mercury contained in flue gas is provided. The catalyst reactor (10) comprises within a flue gas conduit a perforated corona discharge plate (30a, b) having a plurality of through openings (33) and a plurality of projecting corona discharge electrodes ...


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Marv L Dehart, M Leon Kloostra, Harold E Straub: Flow sensing apparatus. Environmental Elements Corporation, Herbert J Zeh Jr, Oscar B Brumback, August 10, 1982: US04343194 (20 worldwide citation)

A flow sensing apparatus having increased sensitivity is disclosed for sensing the flow of gas, particularly through a confined passage such as the ducts in heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems. The flow sensing apparatus comprises a tube divided by a wall into an upstream chamber and a ...


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Ira M Wexler: Electrostatic dust collector system. Environmental Elements, Morton J Rosenberg, March 7, 1989: US04811197 (17 worldwide citation)

An electrostatic dust collection system (100) includes adaptive control system (10) for substantially maximizing performance of the electrostatic dust collection system (100). Adaptive control system (10) includes dual processor control unit (14) which has the capability to learn new system operatin ...


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Kathleen W Simmers: Buoyant media filter. Environmental Elements, Morton J Rosenberg, May 1, 1984: US04446027 (15 worldwide citation)

An upflow, buoyant media filter for industrial and municipal water and wastewater treatment is disclosed. The filter bed is supported in a tank such that there is defined an influent reservoir below the filter bed and an effluent reservoir above the filter bed. By inducing a continuous circulating f ...