Discharge Electrode, additionally knows as Release Terminals is the heart of the ESP. This is High Voltage device that ionizes the gases and make the electrical field. When the voltage separates the gas at the surface of the anode, it creates crown control. This prompts formation of crown tufts on the surface of the cathode. Negative polarity voltage is connected to the Discharge Electrode. The anode configuration relies upon different variables including the procedure for which the ESP is introduced and the properties and synthesis of the pipe gas.