Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses
Cement producers need filtration solutions that meet both their productivity goals and their bottom line. When a cement plan in Canada looked for ways to improve operations in its pulse-jet baghouse, they found a simple solution that didn’t require adding more modules to the baghouse.
A producer of cement in Mexico was looking to consistently meet maximum kiln feed. The plant selected GORE® LOW DRAG Filter Bags to replace its existing membrane filters. The bags’ new membrane promotes increased airflow through the baghouse with persistently low differential pressure.
A carbon black manufacturer faced the need to lower dP in the baghouse in order to increase airflow through the reactor – and, as a result, increase production. The manufacturer also wanted to extend the service life of its filter bags to lower the overall cost of ownership.
A carbon black manufacturer faced a need to maintain filtration emissions to the lowest level possible to ensure regulation compliance and increase energy production efficiency.
Read the following case study to learn how GORE® LOW DRAG Filter Bags make the difference in the production of TiO2 by helping you to reduce the need for offline cleaning while improving your production efficiency at the same time.
Steel plant producers must balance productivity with emissions control. Thanks to the use of GORE® LOW DRAG Filter Bags, a steel recycling plant in South Carolina has improved its overall operating efficiency, with no adverse effects to its regulatory compliance.
Energy costs can greatly impact profitability in the steel industry. Learn how a steel plant in Virginia managed to decrease its energy costs substantially while increasing its performance at the same time thanks to the use of GORE® LOW DRAG Filter Bags.
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