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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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In moving into the expanded facility in 1997, Whisenhunt overcame the potential environmental problems associated with dust collection by installing a high-capacity Torit RF baghouse. The baghouse captures, filters and recycles air throughout all stages of dust collection, right down to the final bin collection where a closed-loop material handling system helps to prevent measurable dust from being released into the atmosphere.
Medium-pressure pneumatic cleaning commonly is used on large baghouse dust collectors with heavy dust loading.
IntelliPULSE timers for baghouses and cartridge dust collectors provide energy savings and improved process control.
A producer of highly-cored, intricate gray iron castings, Acme saw the replacement of its cupola baghouse as the last step toward achieving Dull MACT compliance for particulate emissions control.
Continuous particulate emission monitor and baghouse filter leak detector incorporates Automatic Self Checks (Zero and Span) to automate EPA MACT requirements for periodic instrument validation.
This cooler reduces the temperature of the cupola's gas stream to the point where it can enter the dry style baghouse dust collection system supplied by GMD Environmental Technologies Inc., Fort Worth, Texas.