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Article:  Prove compliance under the new NESHAP regulations - three challenging scenarios for cement plants

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Since September 2015, the new NESHAP (National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants) regulations are in place. Many of the cement plants in the United States face the burden of proving their compliance with these new standards.

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GORE® LOW DRAG™ filter bags are now used by Breedon Cement

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In 2018, W. L. Gore & Associates approached Steve Kearsey, Senior Process Engineer at Breedon Group, to introduce the concept of low resistance membrane technology, and to determine if GORE® LOW DRAG filter bags could help Breedon Cement to improve on the performance of existing filter media.

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Article: Filters for NESHAP compliance

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In a four page article, Chris Polizzi, W. L. Gore & Associates, USA, addresses how the implications of the National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) in the USA are far reaching in their targeting to reduce emissions from cement plants to unprecedented lower levels.

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Installation of GORE LOW DRAG bag filters.

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Article: Improvement is Responsibility

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The continued improvement of technology and operating practices often lies with individual companies taking responsibility to drive innovation in their product range. In the area of filter bags, a need to reduce resistance to air flow led to the development of new filter bags by W. L. Gore. Carlos Lopez Cuevas, W. L. Gore, USA addresses this topic in his article: Improvement is a responsibility.

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Article: Knowing your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

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A four page article by Chris Polizzi advising on how to achieve the lowest total cost ownership (TCO) in process baghouses. Published in World Cement (February 2018)

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Article: Proof of Success

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Article: Proof of Success

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Chris Polizzi, W. L. Gore & Associates Inc., USA, explains the US EPA ETV programme, a verification procedure that makes filter selection easier for cement plants.

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Article: Ten Years of Optimised Baghouse Performance

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Alan Gully, Lafarge-Canada; Chris Polizzi, Product Specialist at W. L. Gore & Associates; and John Knotts, Technical Sales at W. L. Gore & Associates, provide an overview of baghouse performance at the Lafarge Richmond plant in Canada.

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Article: Tracking lower TCO

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In an article published in the World Cement Magazine, Chris Polizzi, W. L. Gore & Associates Inc., details the pursuit of a lower total cost of ownership at a large kiln baghouse.

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Article: What a Drag

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Article: What a Drag

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Chris Polizzi, W.L. Gore & Associates, USA, addresses the benefits that can be gained by installing filter bags with the lowest possible drag.

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Finding Added Value - TCO

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Article: World Cement Finding Added Value

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Carlos Lopéz Cuevas, W.L. Gore & Associates, Mexico, considers how calculating TCO can help identify added value as well as hidden costs. Cement plants are increasingly looking at Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) when they make purchasing decisions. This is a useful tool that accounts for both the initial and ongoing costs of a product or service, as well as any indirect costs that should be considered.

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