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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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B&W will engineer, procure and construct a 90-megawatt (MW) boiler, selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system, spray dryer absorber and baghouse, and auxiliary equipment.
The system features "Dry" Cupola Emission Control Designs using GMD Bag Type reverse Jet Pulse Baghouses, GMD Flue Gas Coolers (FGC) and GMD Totally Enclosed Treatment Systems (TETS[TM]) for treating heavy metal laden baghouse dust and off-gases containing acid gas constituents.
Other planned environmental investments include: a similar SCR upgrade and the addition of a wet scrubber and baghouse to the Iatan 1 generating station near Weston, MO; utilization of the latest emission control technology in the Iatan 2 station that begins construction next year; and the recently announced construction of the 100.
SOLUTION--Side stream at least 50% of the Cupola Exhaust to a GMD Cupola Emission Reduction and Treatment System (CERT) which includes GMD's High Temperature Off Gas Cooling and a GMD Flue Gas Cooler to cool the off gases, six (6) GMD Pulse Baghouses to filter the exhaust and GMD TETS[TM] to treat the baghouse dust to a non-hazardous condition and the [SO.
pulp and paper mill, an electrostatic precipitator on a Canadian waste wood-fired cogeneration facility, and a baghouse (fabric filter) system for a coal-fired steam boiler.
Engineer/Design/Manufacture/Install Environmental Equipment/Systems for Air Pollution Control (Baghouses/Fabric Filters)with emphasis on CUPOLA EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEMS TO MEET MACT STANDARDS, Sand Reclamation (Thermal for 100% Clay Bonded/100%Chemically Bonded/Random Mixture of Both Sands) and Mechanical for Chemical Bonded)and Totally Enclosed Treatment Systems for Hazardous Baghouse Dust (Lead/Cadmium/Chrome) Acid Gas (HCI/HF/SO2/SO3) and Absorbtion (NOX/VOC/Dioxins/Furans).
The facility's emission control system generated a hazardous by-product, known as baghouse dust, which contains high concentrations of lead and cadium.
The 6,000 square foot building's environmental controls include a high-volume air emission control system with baghouse, double-walled steel treatment tanks, tank misting system, and an automated treatment reagent measurement and delivery system.
In addition, SDC's unique baghouse design removes flow-restricting venturies, thus reducing the filtered air velocity and saving 2-in.
said: On behalf of the Saulsbury Construction Team we are proud to have been selected by AEP to be their construction partner in the fabrication and installation of this significant environmental clean emissions Baghouse project for their Welsh Units.
This study covers seven types of major air pollution control equipment: Electrostatic Precipitators (ESP), Compact Electrostatic Baghouse Precipitator (COEBP), Fabric Dust Collector (FDC), Flue Gas Denitrification Equipment (FGD-NOx), Flue Gas Desulphurization Equipment (FGD-SO2), Low-NOx Burners (Lo-NOx) and Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS).
The company's B-PAC series of Baghouse Performance Analyzers and Controllers offers a combination of features to help dust collector operators reduce operating costs, improve the process and meet EPA or OSHA compliance, simultaneously.