Dry and wet electrostatic precipitators for particulate control

Advancements in GE’s electrostatic precipitator (ESP) technologies over the past decade have produced continued improvement in particulate removal efficiency, reductions in capital costs, and footprint.


For power generation and industrial applications

Our high-quality and cost-effective AQCS equipment and services can be adapted to our customers’ needs, regardless of their industry—including power generation, aluminum, iron and steel, oil and gas, cement, waste-to-energy, biomass, pulp and paper, nonferrous metals, and others.

Customized AQCS offerings

Customers have access to our wealth of AQCS expertise. Whether it’s a new build or an upgrade and retrofit of an existing AQCS, we offer on-demand solutions tailored to meet our customers’ requirements, including partial or full scope.

Advanced air-pollution control


GE offers advanced air pollution control engineering, from process and equipment design to construction, operations, and maintenance.

Equipment supply:

Our comprehensive AQCS portfolio of products covers a broad range of pollutants with industry-leading technology and a single process or a combination to cover the entire flue gas chain. This gives customers the flexibility to address complex interactions between components and processes.

Construction and commissioning:

Within our suite of AQCS products we offer:

  • Construction management
  • Commissioning management
  • Construction and commissioning advisory services

Inspection and maintenance:

We provide these services for our own fleet and/or other AQCS solutions.

Innovative AQCS products and technologies

Since 1983, our technology center in Växjö, Sweden—one of the largest in the world in the field of environmental control solutions—has been at the forefront of advanced R&D for air quality and CO2 control solutions.

Focusing on technology innovation and product validation, it has test halls for pilot operations and flow modeling, an analytical laboratory specializing in particle and environmental analyses, an instrument workshop, high voltage facilities for ESP electrical testing (SIR, T/R sets), and a mechanical workshop for pilot equipment manufacturing.