The electronic air cleaner is a device that uses electrical energy to remove particles from the air. These devices are also known as electrostatic precipitators (ESPs).

Electronic air cleaners work by charging particles in the air with an electrical charge. The charged particles are then attracted to oppositely charged plates or collectors. The collected particles can then be removed from the air by a variety of means, such as washing, rinsing, or vacuuming.

ESPs are used in a variety of settings, including homes, office buildings, factories, and power plants. They can be used to remove particles of all sizes, from large pieces of dust and debris to small particles such as smoke and pollen.

Electronic air cleaners are generally considered to be more effective than other types of air cleaners, such as mechanical filters and activated carbon filters. They are also relatively low maintenance and do not require the use of chemicals or other hazardous materials.

If you are looking for an effective way to remove particles from the air, an electronic air cleaner may be the right choice for you.