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    • CommentAuthorrsk1
    • CommentTimeDec 3rd 2017
     
    I am fitting a wood burner and am interested in electrostatic precipitators to remove particulates before they leave the flue. I think they came up in one of the threads about wood burners and health impacts of particulates, but i can't find it now. Does anyone have any experience of them? Are they available for domestic situations? Are they expensive? Simple to install? Do they work?
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    They do work really well especially if you start with a clean air act approved stove to start with.

    With something like a Dunsley Yorkshire boiler its very clean to start with but if you want to pay about the same amount again then the Oeko in this article is very effective. A lot used in Austria where PM had been a problem in valley bottoms on still days.

    https://www.bioenergy2020.eu/files/publications/pdf/2015-08-14-131131SessionIV3-Obernberger-1.pdf
    • CommentAuthorrsk1
    • CommentTimeDec 4th 2017
     
    Pay the same again? So we are talking region of £1500? It might feel a bit strange paying that much when my stove only cost 350 second hand...
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