IAC BAGHOUSE CONVERSIONS AND REBUILDS
Baghouse dust collectors can often be rebuilt or upgraded at a fraction of the cost over installation of new collectors. The collection efficiency of antiquated reverse air and shaker designs can also be improved with efficient pulse jet cleaning, typically increasing the amount of gas volume the collector can clean without increasing the collector size. Sidewalls, hoppers, and ductwork is reused in the conversion, and a new “clean air plenum” with bags and cages is supplied.
Savings occur not only from reduced equipment. Rebuilding typically reduces demolition, support concrete, new electrical cabling, crane time and labor. A properly organized conversion can also minimize plant downtime over new systems.
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