Featuring a proprietary design that controls the airflow direction through the baghouse, the dust collection system sets the gas entry inlet near the top of the pulse jet collector and directs a portion of the particulates into the hopper below before contact with the filter bags. Dust load on the bags is reduced, their service life extended and downtime for maintenance minimized while a smaller unit on a more compact footprint may be specified than with traditional baghouse systems.
Developed to provide the final cleanup step in dry particulate screening and classifying systems, the versatile dust collector is ideal for capturing fine particles from processing aggregates, manufactured sand, cement, lime, salt, fertilizer and a variety of other materials at a wide range of temperatures. The modular system is available in a choice of nine different standard sizes plus custom sizes to match the proper amount of filter bags and cloth area with the airflow rate and dust load.
The pulse jet fabric filter systems are designed at the company’s Lebanon, Pa. headquarters to suit each, individual installation. The dust collector may be specified as part of a complete classifying system or may be retrofit on systems in the field from any manufacturer.Click here for a free brochure or more informationClick here for related articles onlineFind manufacturers of dust collectors in our Equipment Guide
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Van Tongeren International has been a wholly owned British company. A natural successor to the original Bureau Van Tongeren, Van Tongeren International continues to maintain and develop cyclone technology to the highest standards required for current processes.In April 2016, Van Tongeren International Limited purchased NextGen Cyclones LLC to form ...