applications. Our engineers are easily
accessible for consultation to determine the best approach. We design to any
pressure or vacuum required, including ASME section VIII, coded and stamped.
Collectors are available in the traditional bottom bag
access, or top clean air plenum access in both removable head and walk-in
As with all pulse jet dust collectors, there are no internal
moving parts and maintenance is accomplished with a minimum of tools or
equipment. The pulse timer is completely field adjustable for both pulse
duration and interval, and can be equipped with a Photohelic switch/gauge to
pulse only when needed.
This dust collector features a variety of options:
Bags of various materials and designs, selected
for the application, gas and dust characteristics and temperature.
Bag pattern variations to accommodate nozzle
penetrations and bag-free area requirements.
Special paints and coatings applied after sand
blasting if required, including coating of
various internals such as cages, venturis and tube collars.
Abrasion-resistant steel shell or liners, stainless
steel, Hasteloy, Inconel, aluminum or FRP
construction, insulation rings and provisions for heat
tracing if required. Various inlet configurations with diffusers.
Dust discharge devices such as slide gates, drum
connections, airlocks, two-door discharges,
and live bin bottoms with pulsing or vibration-and hopper
slopes at any angle required. Complete
factory assembly including bags, cages, gauges, tubing, electrical
inter-wiring, mounting of fan equipment. Fail-safe
final filters, sound attenuators, vibration isolation, automatically
actuated damper control for constant air volume. Explosion-proof
electricals, static grounding, fire and explosion protection,
with calculations per NFPA 68 and 69 based on required Kist,
Pred and Pstat. Computer-based
instrumentation for high and low bag differentials, high and
low temperatures, excessive vibration or current draw, high and
low hopper dust levels. Platforms,
ladders, roof rails, davit arms, special internal grids or access