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Baghouse Dust Collection Systems

dust collection systemsIn nearly every industrial facility, a dust collection system is a vital component for efficient operation. Their operation, reliability and efficiency directly impact profits at your facility (e.g. System downtime, high energy costs, lost production, environmental/workplace safety fines, etc.). Therefore, your choice of a dust collection system is by no means one to be taken lightly. Baghouse.com can provide the exact dust collection system you require. Unlike many of our competitors who offer large product lines of “cookie cutter” designs, Baghouse.com custom manufactures each collector to meet the specific needs of the customer without charging the inflated rates commonly associated with custom design.

Why Choose a Baghouse.com Dust Collector

Our dust collectors are known for their high quality construction and reliability as well as being easy to maintain. With over 40 years of experience manufacturing, servicing and optimizing dust collectors, we have gained a unique insight into what works and what does not work on a dust collector. This enables us to design and build our collectors in such a way as to avoid many of these common issues from other manufacturers. (e.g. placing the pulse valves at hand level on top of the unit platform rather than on its side where access is difficult.)

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a technical drawing of a Baghouse.com top entry dust collector

Our baghouses come with several value-added features that make operation and maintenance easier, which other manufacturers do not include.

This is just one example of the many standard value-added features that are included in all Baghouse.com models. Other features include expanded inlet diffusers, expanded quiescent free-board zone (i.e. clear space under filters) and clean on demand (clean on pressure) controllers.

Larger inlet diffusers prevent hopper turbulence, dust re-entrainment and facilitate material drop-out. Additionally, our units come with an expanded quiescent free-board zone between the inlet and the bottom of the filter bags that reduces unnecessary dust load, filter abrasion and interstitial velocity that further enhancing material drop-out all before the air stream even reaches the filters.

Finally, our dust collectors come equipped with “Clean-on-demand” controller systems that allows for bag cleaning based on differential pressure. This results in direct savings from lower compressed air usage, extended filter life, and lower emissions over the life of the filters/unit.

Designed and Built to Meet Your Requirements

All too often we see users that are sold a unit that is the wrong kind or is undersized by disreputable sales reps. They do whatever it takes to get the sale, even if it means selling the wrong kind of unit or undersizing it in order to underbid everyone else. Sadly, in the long run these tactics end up costing the end user far more than the minimal discount they received. (See article: How to Avoid Undersizing a Baghouse Dust Collection System)

At Baghouse.com, we pride ourselves on “providing our customers with solutions not just products”. This means that we will use our experience to offer you what we know will work best for you, both in the short term and the long term. We will never quote you an undersized system just to undercut other vendors, nor will we propose old, outdated dust collection technology like many other OEMs and sale rep organizations.

Our Dust Collector Product Lines

We manufacture several styles of pulse jet baghouses to fit different applications and customer preferences. In most cases, we recommend our top entry baghouse lines. These models allow for quick and easy access to the snap band filter bags, and allow for easy removal of individual bags without having to remove others. Our top entry models come with the option for top hatch access or an enclosed walk-in plenum.

We also offer bottom access units (also called bottom/side loading) for use in applications with limited overhead clearance.

Finally, both our top and bottom load units are available in bin vent versions for use on silos, mixers, etc.

 

Why Use Pleated Filters Instead of Traditional Bags?

When possible, we recommend our customer choose one PF-Series units designed to use pleated filter elements. Pleated filters have a much great filter cloth area compared to traditional bags, which means pleated units can be smaller but handle more airflow. Their one-piece construction means pleated filters install much easier, making filter changeouts faster and simpler. They also last on average twice as long as bags and use less compressed air over time. Learn more about the benefits of pleated filter elements  here or see a sample cost benefit analysis of switching from bags to pleated filters.

Our Dust Collector Product Lines

We manufacture several styles of pulse jet baghouses to fit different applications and customer preferences. In most cases, we recommend our top entry baghouse lines. These models allow for quick and easy access to the snap band filter bags, and allow for easy removal of individual bags without having to remove others. Our top entry models come with the option for top hatch access or an enclosed walk-in plenum. We also offer bottom access units (also called bottom/side loading) for use in applications with limited overhead clearance. Finally, both our top and bottom load units are available in bin vent versions for use on silos, mixers, etc.

TOP ACCESS UNITS

Top Access Pulse Jet Baghouse (Baghouse.com STA Series)

  • 100 CFM – 10,000 CFM (9) – (256) filters
  • Square housing
  • Top hatch access
  • Easy access pulse valves mounted on top railing
  • Filter lengths 8’, 10’, 12’
  • One or two-piece cage designs
  • Optional pleated filter elements

A diagram of a Baghouse.com top entry dust collectorAdditional Options:

  • Extended hopper
  • Caged Ladders
  • Additional Platforms and support structures
  • Rectangular, or round housing (high pressure)
  • Compartmentalized Systems (>10,000 CFM)
  • High or otherwise custom inlets
  • Explosion/Fire Protection
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Bin Vent Construction (i.e. no hopper)

Top Access Pulse Jet Baghouse – Walk-In Plenum (Baghouse.com TAWP Series)

  • 1,000 CFM – 100,000+ CFM (36) – (1,248) filters
  • Square or Rectangular housing
  • Covered Top Access (i.e. Walk In Plenum)
  • Easy access pulse valves mounted near entrance to clean air plenum
  • Filter lengths 8’, 10’, 12’
  • One or two-piece cage designs
  • Optional pleated filter elements

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Additional Options:

  • Extended hopper
  • Caged Ladders
  • Additional Platforms and support structures
  • Rectangular, or round housing (high pressure)
  • Compartmentalized Systems (>10,000 CFM)
  • High or otherwise custom inlets
  • Explosion/Fire Protection
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Bin Vent Construction (i.e. no hopper)

BOTTOM ACCESS UNITS

Bottom Access Pulse Jet Baghouse (Baghouse.com BA Series)

  • 100 CFM – 10,000 CFM (9) – (100) filters
  • Square housing
  • Side Hatch Access
  • Filter lengths 8’, 10’, 12’
  • One-piece cage
  • Optional pleated filter elements

Additional Options:

  • Extended hopper
  • Caged Ladders
  • Additional Platforms and support structures
  • High or otherwise custom inlets
  • Explosion/Fire Protection
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Bin Vent Construction (i.e. no hopper)

Bottom Pulse Jet Baghouse – Round (High Pressure) (Baghouse.com BAR Series)

  • 100 CFM – 10,000+ CFM (7) – (164) filters
  • Round housing with option for high pressure construction
  • Side Hatch Access
  • Filter lengths 8’, 10’, 12’
  • One piece cage
  • Optional pleated filter elements
  • Bin Vent Construction (i.e. no hopper)

Additional Options:

  • Extended hopper
  • Caged Ladders
  • Additional Platforms and support structures
  • Rectangular, or round housing (high pressure)
  • Compartmentalized Systems (>10,000 CFM)
  • High or otherwise custom inlets
  • Explosion/Fire Protection
  • Stainless steel construction

Learn More About Baghouse.com Dust Collectors

To learn more about the advantages of Baghouse.com brand equipment, and how we help you to improve your dust collection system, please contact us today!

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