As a leading Baghouse Manufacturer, providing baghouses and dust collection systems and parts for full-scale operations is our specialty. With over 20+ years of experience in the air filtration and dust collector industry, we have a deep understanding of how your job works and the importance of the exact equipment that you need. We specialize in meeting your dust collection needs with the perfect baghouse, baghouse dust collector, baghouse pulse valves, and every other piece of baghouse equipment available. We can help build your dream full-scale dust collection system setup or can help with solutions as small as providing you with the right replacement parts.
We fully understand your industry and the complex issues that you face. With decades of experience, we’re able to quickly dive into the complex issues that you face and reverse engineer the root of your problems. Once you experience the quality and experience, we know you’ll come back as long as we continue providing you with quality parts and solutions. We’re ready to build a partnership with you just like we have with all of our customers. Lower prices, better quality, and the ability to reach out at any time will be a game-changer for your business.
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What is a baghouse?
A baghouse, also known as a bag filter, baghouse filter, or fabric filter is an air pollution system that collects dust and removes particles from the air. Baghouses use long, cylinder bags (or tubes) made of woven or felted fabric. Dust and gas particles go into the baghouse filter through large funnel-shaped containers, which store and dispense the particles. Depending on the cleaning method, the gas or particles, are drawn through the bags and a layer of dust gathers on the filter surface until air can no longer move through it. Once sufficient pressure drop occurs, the cleaning process then begins. Cleaning can occur while the baghouse is online (filtering) or offline (in isolation). When the compartment is clean, normal filtering resumes. The typical industries or operations that use baghouses are power plants, steel mills, food manufacturers, chemical producers, large warehouses, and many other industrial companies.
HOW DO I DECIDE THE BEST BAGHOUSE FOR MY NEEDS?
Working with Baghouse America for your baghouse needs is as easy as contacting us and we can help you with a solution and provide you with a quote. Odds are, we can help provide you with a variety of different solutions you didn’t know existed. Our number one priority is to ensure that your business is operating at full capacity so you can continue to invest in your company and your community. At our company, we put our relationship before our bottom line. Contact us today and we can chat about your industrial dust collection needs.