Pulse Jet - Fabric Filters
Pulse jet fabric filter (baghouse) technology is a cost-effective way to control particulate emissions. Our innovative technologies provide some of the lowest emission fabric filters in the world for a variety of industries, including steel, cement, incineration and steam generating boilers that use a variety of fossil and biomass-based fuels.
Our continuing R&D has led to several innovations that have reduced the cost of particulate control solutions. Long-bag technology has been in commercial operation for 10+ years, with bags often reaching a length of 10 meters. In applications where an existing electrostatic precipitator can no longer meet plant emissions requirements, long-bag technology has enabled successful conversion of an existing dry ESP to a pulse jet fabric filter.
For multi-pollutant control, we provide a systems solution with innovative designs that locate a clean-side SCR for nitrogen oxides (NOx) control after a spray dryer absorber and fabric filter for sulfur dioxide (SO2) and particulate control. This strategy includes both the traditional collection of ash or particulates, as well as hazardous air pollutants (HAPs).
Our fabric filters, or baghouses, offer high particulate removal efficiencies, reduced maintenance costs, and reduced operating costs.
It can also be used with an electrostatic precipitator (ESP) for greater mercury (Hg) control.