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baghouse

[′bag‚hau̇s]
(engineering)
The large chamber or room for holding bag filters used to filter gas streams from a furnace.
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K1, K2, K3 and K4 after boiler exhaust gas cleaning system acquisition than baghouse filter bags, check-in, and mounting - 3584 pieces and Pre coating material (hydrated lime) Delivery of the correct amount of 3,584 pieces of filter bag.
This essentially eliminates the possibility of inclement weather interrupting your baghouse operation.
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By re-designating all of the furnaces and fluxers controlled by this baghouse as a "new source SAPU," compliance can be demonstrated by testing the baghouse stack and using the "SAPU" emission averaging equation to establish the stack emissions limit.
They include an electronically controlled reverse jet system for periodic filter cleaning and require no ducting or centralised filter or baghouse.
Also added will be a giant fabric filter, called a baghouse, that will curb the plant's visible emissions and new burners that will reduce nitrous oxide emissions.
Federal and local environmental agency restrictions on dust emission drive the installation of baghouse dust collecting systems.
based MAC Environmental has been a player in triboelectric sensing devices for more than 25 years, but its Baghouse Wizard is just corning on the market.
B&W PGG) has been awarded a $43 million contract by architectural, engineering and construction firm Burns & McDonnell to engineer and supply a spray dry absorber (SDA) system and a pulse jet fabric filter baghouse for Interstate Power and Light Company's (IPL) Ottumwa Generating Station power plant in Ottumwa, Iowa.