The cleaning system consists of double diaphragm valves connected to the blowpipes and mounted over the bags. When cleaning is needed, there is a release of air stored in the air header through the blow pipes. This pulse of air comes from the actuation of the double diaphragm valve. Pressurized air is released to the dirty bags one row at a time. This pulse of air breaks the dust cake on the filter bags, releasing the dust into the hopper thus restoring normal flow through the filter media. Cleaning can occur at regular intervals based on a timer or can be dependent upon baghouse differential pressure. As differential pressure reaches a high limit, cleaning is started and continues until the differential pressure is returned to a low limit. A thin dust cake remains on the bag for further, more efficient filtration. The clean air exits the baghouse via the clean air plenum.
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