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Baghouse filter bags (sometimes referred to as envelopes) are oval or round tubes, typically 15–30 feet and 5 to 12 inches in diameter, made of woven or felted material. Depending on chemical and/or moisture content of the gas stream, its temperature, and other conditions, bags may be constructed out of cotton, nylon, polyester, fiberglass or other materials.

Nonwoven materials are either felted or membrane. Non-woven materials are attached to a woven backing (scrim). Felted filters contain randomly placed fibers supported by a woven backing material (scrim). In a membrane filter, a thin, porous membrane is bound to the scrim. High energy cleaning techniques such as pulse jet require felted fabrics.

Invest in premium dust collector bags today. Woven filters have a definite repeated pattern. Low energy cleaning methods such as shaking or reverse air allow for woven filters. Various weaving patterns such as plain weave, twill weave, or sateen weave, increase or decrease the amount of space between individual fibers. The size of the space affects the strength and permeability of the fabric. A tighter weave corresponds with low permeability and, therefore, more efficient capture of fine particles.

Reverse air bags have anti-collapse rings sewn into them to prevent pancaking when cleaning energy is applied. Pulse jet filter bags are supported by a metal cage, which keeps the fabric taut. To lengthen the life of dust collector filter bags, a thin layer of PTFE (Teflon) membrane may be adhered to the filtering side of the fabric, keeping dust particles from becoming embedded in the filter media fibers.

Baghouse America offers a full range of industrial filters to fit any dust collection system, including pulse jet, reverse air, shaker and cartridge systems.

As a completely integrated filter manufacturer, we exercise complete quality control throughout the entire manufacturing and fabrication process – from the conversion of raw fibers into high-performance filtration fabrics, to the fabrication of advanced filters and dust collector accessories, all the way to expert, trouble-free installation performed in accordance with the strictest protocols.

We understand that fit is essential to ensuring the maximum effectiveness and longest life of each filter bag. We can design and fabricate custom bags to fit your specific application, and we can offer life-extension options like wear strips, reinforced loops or added woven cuffs.

Some baghouses use pleated cartridge filters, similar to what is found in home air filtration systems. If you are not sure which baghouse bags you need, we can help. Contact us to learn more!

Selecting the right replacement filter for your situation is critical to your operation. Standard Filter provides a careful analysis of your current operating parameters and complete filter bag diagnostic testing to help improve your baghouse and dust collector performance and efficiency.

Standard Filter manufactures a complete line of aftermarket filter bags for nearly every baghouse or dust collector in operation. We manufacture most of the filter media that goes into our filter bags, which allows us to pass along the savings and produce the highest quality baghouse filter bags for your operation.

Emergency baghouse or dust collector issues can be easily resolved by contacting our “Customer Solution Specialists”

By creating a more uniform material with smaller pore size that provides better surface loading of dust and prevents penetration deep into the media. In contrast, conventional polyester bags are manufactured with a needling process that creates larger pores where dust can embed into the fabric, inhibiting cleaning and reducing bag life.

Since there are so many different industries that utilize dust collection, filter bags adopt many different names. Sometimes what a filter is referred to can be dependent on the application it is used for or the material it is made out of. The following are a list of names; some you may have heard of and others you may not have. Getting to know this list can instantly help when trying to troubleshoot a dust collector with a co-worker or service provider.

  • Reverse Air Bags
  • Filter Bags
  • Filter Socks
  • Filter Media Bags
  • Tubular Bags
  • Dust Bags
  • Felted Bags
  • Woven Bags
  • Fiberglass Bags
  • Envelop Bags
  • Cartridges
  • Pleated Elements
  • Fabric Filter Bags
  • APC Filter Bags
  • Baghouse Bags
  • Pulse-Jet Bags
  • Shaker Bags

Call BHA today, in order to get the best price and long lasting quality on your next Baghouse Filter Bag change out.

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Baghouse America manufactures dust collector bags with all different fabrics for your application. Our main staple are fiberglass filter bags for industrial boilers applications. Our experience in this industry has proven vital for companies and their operations. Other fabrics include: ryton, pps, p84, polyester, nomex, aramid, acrylic, basalt, light fiberglass, woven fiberglass, woven texturized fiberglass, etc., We also treat our bags with PTFE, oliophobic, anti-static, and other treatments depending on the application.


“My differential pressure doesn’t swing as much. Much more steady and good bag life. And the price; it was great.”
Jose – Cemex