baghouse dust collector Articles

  • What Dust Collector is Right for My Application?

    Reliable dust collectors are critical for the optimal operation of most industrial and manufacturing facilities. A well chosen dust collector will ensure high air quality for both workers and equipment. Without an appropriate filter, particles can clog up your equipment, contaminate products, reduce overall operational efficiency, and put worker health at risk. Dust collectors are available in ...


    By U.S. Air Filtration Inc.

  • Baghouse FAQ

    The Most Frequently Asked Questions on a Baghouse Project Are you looking into getting a baghouse for your next dust collector project? How do you know if it’s the right dust collector for your application? In this blog post we’ll be helping you explore the ...


    By U.S. Air Filtration Inc.

  • Baghouse dust collector helps improve casting process one step at a time case study

    Cascade Dafo, Fernadale, Wash., designs and manufac- tures dynamic ankle and foot orthoses (orthotic braces) to help im- prove the mobility of children and adults with neuromuscular chal- lenges. In the past, the company used a cartridge dust collector to collect dust generated during the finishing step of a manual plaster-casting process. When the company auto- mated the casting process, it ...


    By Scientific Dust Collectors

  • Baghouse Dust Removal Options

    As dust discharges into your dust collector’s hopper, ensuring you have the right removal method is going to help minimize problems that could arise due to dust build up. A hopper is designed to be temporary storage for your dust discharge. If you have excessive dust build-up in your hopper it can block off your dust collector air flow and cause a loss of suction throughout your dust ...


    By U.S. Air Filtration Inc.

  • Baghouse Filter Bag Top and Bottom Configurations

    Filter bags are constructed in an assortment of configurations and dimensions. The top and bottom construction of your filter bag will be dependent on the type of baghouse dust collector you have. The most common types of baghouses are pulse-jet and plenum pulse, reverse air, and shaker. Pulse-Jet ...


    By U.S. Air Filtration Inc.

  • Wet Dust Collection for Lead Oxide Dusts - Case Study

    Surrette Battery Company replaces baghouse with Whirl Wet Dust Collector. Surrette Battery Company Limited, Springhill, Nova Scotia is a leading lead-acid battery manufacturer, and Canada’s only independent battery manufacturer. The battery company manufactures long-life, true “deep cycle” battery systems for railroad, marine, industrial and renewable ...

  • Surrette Battery Company replaces baghouse with Whirl Wet Dust Collector for Pasting Operation

    Surrette Battery Company Limited, Springhill, Nova Scotia is a leading lead-acid battery manufacturer, and Canada's only independent battery manufacturer. The battery company manufactures long-life, true 'deep cycle' battery systems for railroad, marine, industrial and renewable energy applications. Surrette Battery wanted a corrosion-free system that would withstand acid fumes from a paste mixer ...

  • How to Avoid Undersizing a Dust Collection System

    Baghouse manufacturers often recommend undersized systems to undercut others for your business. How can you avoid buying a undersized baghouse that won't work?  Dust collector OEMs constantly try to come in with bids lower than competitors. In an attempt to do so, some baghouse manufacturers offer undersized systems. One recent experince highlights the dangers of allowing manufacturers' ...


    By Baghouse.com

  • New Nozzle Technology “Cleaning More with Less”

    This technical paper will explain the new nozzle technology developed by Scientific Dust Collectors that allows high air-to-cloth ratio baghouses to use 80psig of compressed air instead of the industry standard 100psig.   The reverse pulse jet baghouse has been around for over 50 years and the cleaning cycle has not changed very much during that time. The cleaning cycle is the most important ...


    By Scientific Dust Collectors

  • How air pollution destroys our health

    As the world around us becomes more polluted and overpopulated, factories continue to emit air pollutants into the atmosphere and half of the people does not have access to clean fuels or technologies, the levels of air pollution we breathe are ...


    By Optromix, Inc.

  • Whirl wet solution for Tile glazing - Case study

    Florida Tile upgrades from Baghouse to Wet Collection System. Florida Tile experienced high maintenance, and unplanned shut-downs due to a dry scrubber (bag house) on a glazing operation. The high weight and moisture of the glaze made it difficult to contain the overspray and caused frequent production stoppages. Maintenance was costly, involving both the bag house and ventilation ...

  • Explosion Venting Strategies for Your Dust Collection System

    A combustible dust explosion is a serious hazard for a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, processing, metalworking, chemicals, and more. This hazard can materialize in many areas of a plant, but is more likely to occur at the dust collection system. Implementing proper explosion venting in your dust collection system can reduce your risk for a hazardous explosion. The first step ...


    By U.S. Air Filtration Inc.

  • A Cyclone Dust Collector Case Study: Spaulding

    Spaulding Composites Corporation was founded in 1973 in Townsend, MA. The company began producing vulcanized rubber and fiberboard, with it’s chief clientele being the shoe industry. Today, the company produces a wide variety of high pressure laminates and composites for a myriad of markets including cryogenics, aerospace, health imaging, electricity generation and distribution, and water ...


    By ProVent, LLC

  • How Much Does a Dust Collector Cost?

    Summary: Small dust collectors for applications up to 1,000 CFM airflow cost between $100 up to $5,000 USD.  Pre-fab dust collection systems such as a bin vent or cartridge type collector cost between $10,000 and $80,000 USD and accommodate airflow volumes between 2,000 and 10,000 CFM. Custom baghouse dust collectors or multiple module ...


    By U.S. Air Filtration Inc.

  • Manufacturing facility cleaning case study

    The Challenge A large Industrial manufacturing facility found that their process used to perform the necessary tasks was creating an undesirable accumulation of heavy metals dust throughout the entire plant. Not only was this a potential health risk to the plant workers, there was a structural and safety problem because the dust could spark and cause a fire or explosion. ...


    By Enviro-Vac Corp.

  • Spare Replacement Parts for Your Dust Collection System: We’ve Got You Covered

    In a recent blog post, C.P. Environmental talked about the importance of maintaining your Routine Baghouse Maintenance & Inspection Schedule for risk mitigation & optimizing the performance of your baghouse. That is as important as ever in these unprecedented times. Develop A Spare Parts Replacement Plan to Optimize ...

  • Asbestos contaminated soil case study

    An active gypsum manufacturing facility discovered they had a large area of gypsum waste containing asbestos mixed with soil at the back of their property. The waste had accumulated over the years before the dangers of asbestos were known and now required remediation due to communication wires buried in the waste. Excavators could not be used due to the presence of the communication wires that ...


    By Enviro-Vac Corp.

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