Particle and Gas Filtration for Industrial Processes & Bag Houses
Industry Articles, 224.45 KB
A paper originally presented at the Powder & Bulk Solids Conference on the benefits, economic impact and methods of filter media failure analysis.
4 Mistakes That Produce High Pressure Drops in a Baghouse
Case Studies, 154.49 KB
Carbon black is produced, sized and conveyed in a powdered form. Dust collectors (baghouses) are used to efficiently collect the carbon black particulate and to control fugitive emissions. The manufacturer faced the need to increase airflow through the reactor (to increase production) and wanted to extend the service life of the filter bags in order to save costs.
GORE Low Emission Filter Bags are innovative seam-taped filter bags that provide extremely high filtration efficiency and excellent product capture. They start with a filter bag already proven to provide extremely low emissions and add a newly engineered and patented high-temperature, high-durability seam tape covering all stitches on the filter bag.
Data Sheets, 224.3 KB
Meeting NESHAP regulations is no easy task. Cement plants have to apply a holistic approach to ensure compliance. They need long term solutions that eliminate costly system maintenance, or expensive reorders and their associated downtime.
To keep your system optimized we are constantly improving the performance of our membranes. Each new generation directly leads to increases in productivity. A wide variety of GORE® membranes and specially developed backing materials are available.
Industry Articles, 1.53 MB
A seven page article first presented at the Powder & Bulk Solids Conference, Rosemont, Illinois, USA, on the design and testing of antistatic filters.
This paper will examine the filtration and electrical properties of both conventional (non-membrane) filters and filters using expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) membrane as the filtration surface.
Case Studies, 166.99 KB
The emissions were eliminated increasing particulate capture efficiency and productivity. Filter bag life increased from 4 to 18 months.
Lower operating DP (5"-7" DP) improved cake release, allowing increased airflow through collector. Bleed-through stopped, allowing capture of product. First set of bags lasted more than five years.
Airflow increased by 10%. Production rated increased. Lower operating DP 1-2". Improved cake release eliminated product discoloration and product contamination. Bags attained 5+ years of service.
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