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How Much Baghouse Do I Really Need for My Process?


The dirty process gas coming from your facility can be captured and cleaned before it is sent out to the atmosphere by installing a baghouse nearby and routing the gas to it. A baghouse can be up to 99% efficient when properly sized to accommodate the dust loading and volume of the process gas…

How Much Baghouse do I need for my process

Fabric Filter Dust Collector

Particulate Matter

March 5, 2020


What is a Fabric Filter?


Fabric filter is the technical term for what is commonly known as a baghouse or dust collector. A fabric filter is an air pollution control device that removes particulate matter from a process gas stream before it is emitted into the atmosphere…

What is a Fabric Filter

Fabric Filter Dust Collector

Particulate Matter

January 17, 2020


How Does a Baghouse Work?


A fabric filter, commonly referred to as a baghouse, is a dust collection device that houses filter bags, also known as filter media, which removes particulate matter/dust from process gases…

How does a Baghouse Work

Fabric Filter Dust Collector

Particulate Matter


How RTOs Work


Perhaps the most fundamental parameter to be measured in gas handling systems is the flow rate. Determining the best method for measuring flow rate can be difficult. For low-pressure, non-toxic gas streams the pilot-tube…

How an RTO Works

Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer

December 18, 2019


Wet Electrostatic Precipitator Material Selection


The selection of materials of construction for Wet Electrostatic Precipitators (wet ESPs, or WESPs) is a challenging problem. With metals, over specifying the alloy can make the project non-economical, while selecting…

Wet Electrostatic Precipitator

Particulate Matter

November 19, 2019


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