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Gore Low Drag Bags for Oyak

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

Article from Global Cement (July 2022): OYAK Cement is committed to minimizing its environmental impact by investing in the best available technologies. W. L. Gore & Associates offered an opportunity to them to reduce emissions and save energy costs while achieving production goals.

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Pulse-jet and reverse air GORE LOW DRAG Filter Bags

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

A cost-effective and reliable choice for dust & particulate matter collection

Whether you are using pulse-jet baghouse technology or reverse air filter bags, you need to be confident that your process meets the regulations around particulate matter compliance testing. GORE® LOW DRAG Filter Bags are available for both pulse-jet and reverse air baghouse systems, bringing the benefits of improved filtration efficiency, low energy use, and long bag life to your industrial process.

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Floating dust on a black background with the words "Dealing with dust in Deyang"

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

March, 2022: W. L. Gore & Associates recently partnered with the Southwest Cement Group to help the Lisen Plant in Deyang, China, dramatically transform its dust collection system. The resulting reduction in emissions, energy consumption and operating costs clearly justified the investment.

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A 260 °C (500 °F ) maximum service temperature, polytetrafluoroethylene fabric for use in pulse jet, reverse air, and shaker style dust collectors with chemically aggressive operating conditions.

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GORE® LOW DRAG FILTER BAG Polytetrafluoroethylene Felt 830 g/m² (24.5 oz/yd²)

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses GORE Filter Bags - By Industry

A 260 °C (500 °F) maximum service temperature, expanded polytetrafluoroethylene felt filter bag for use in pulse jet style dust collectors with chemically aggressive operating conditions.

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Image of case study GORE® LOW DRAG Filter Bags — Low Emissions, Lower Pressure Drop, Longer Bag Life and Stable Operation in TiO₂ Production

A multi-national TiO₂ producer had installed a set of standard Aramid bags. Shortly after their installation, the baghouse experienced an ongoing steady increase in pressure drop (dP).

As a result, the service life of these bags was short: just one year. These bags also suffered from problematic intermittent emissions. Learn how Gore helped solve the issues.

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Article: Looking for longer life

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Article: Looking for Longer Life

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Chris Polizzi, W. L. Gore & Associates, explains how a well-designed baghouse, quality filter bags, and a solid partnership between cement plant and supplier could help cement producers to achieve long, predictable bag life.

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Case study front page: GORE® LOW DRAG Filter Bags – Longer Bag Life and More Stable Operation in Refining Catalyst Production

Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses

A multinational producer of alumina catalyst desired longer pulse jet filter bag life and steadier operation in their dryer bag house. For this trial, they installed GORE LOW DRAG Filter Bags on an identical backer.

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Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses GORE Filter Bags - By Industry

Cement plants are driven by throughput, but failure to comply with environmental regulations could seriously impact production and introduce a slew of additional costs. This is why cement producers around the globe trust GORE® Filter Bags. Our bags keep plants comfortably in compliance, ensuring safe working conditions and unconstrained operations day after day.  

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Article: Surviving Demand Changes

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Economic sequels from COVID-19 will be among the worst in history. But what did the cement industry do to counter its effects? This article illustrates how reducing total cost of ownership (TCO) through smart investments can allow a cement plant to remain flexible in times of low and high demand.

Written by Carlos Lopez Cuevas, W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.

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