Dust Collector Selection Guide and Correspondance CourseDeveloped by Quality Air Management, Engineering
Selecting The Right Dust Collector
Selecting the correct self-cleaning, baghouse or cartridge, dust collector is a complex procedure and should be done by a true expert. Too often, dust collection systems are selected, installed and operated without taking into account all the factors that are necessary for a successful dust collection system. That is a formula for disaster.
There are many parameters that are necessary to select a dust collection system:
Which type of dust collector is best suited for this particular application?
- Mechanical (Shaker) Cleaning Dust Collector
- Reverse Pulse Jet Cleaning Dust Collector
- Fabric or Baghouse
- Pleated Cartridge Filter Elements
Which one of the many varieties of each type dust collector is designed for this application?
Conventional or new advanced high-ratio technology?
Factors affecting maximum gas flow rate through the self-cleaning pulse jet dust collector.
Operating permeability of different types of self-cleaning dust collectors.
Particle type and size, dust density, explosiveness, abrasion, moisture, gas density, etc.
Dust Collection Correspondence CourseCreated By QAM, Engineering
Free Valuable Correspondence Course on Air Pollution Equipment.
- Introduction to Dust Collectors and Indoor Air Quality
- Fabric (Baghouse) Dust Collectors
- NEW Advanced Technology, Hi-Ratio Designs
- Cartridge (Pleated Filter) Dust Collectors
- Dust collection surveys
- Design of Ductwork for dust collection systems
- Inlet Design on Continuous cleaning pulse jet collectors
- Filter Cake Mechanics
- Design of Reverse Pulse Jet Cleaning Systems
- Determining cleaning frequency for Reverse Pulse Jet Collectors
- Pressure drop in dust collectors
- Trouble Shooting Operational Problems
- Bag Shapes, Lengths, Capacities, Flat Envelop Bags, etc
- Using filter aids
- Explosions & Fires
- Psychometric Tables Determining gas stream properties & condensation issues
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