Baghouse Cement Dust Collector Pulse Jet Dedusting Heavy Duty Industry Supply
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Compressed air pressure is crucial for the performance and longevity of a dust When compressed air is too low, filter cartridges are not properly cleaned which results in rapid downgrade and saturation. When air pressure is too high, filter cartridges are used up faster and need to be replaced more frequently, driving up cost and maintenance. It’s very important to always have your compressed air pressure within the limits of manufacturers recommendations. Your compressed air should be oil and water free, and the amount should be sufficient for all users performing simultaneous tasks.
Increasing pressure drop (typically measured in inches of water column)across the dust collector affects the ability of the collection system to capture dust. As a safety measure, change filters when airflow reaches a differential pressure. New filters have the lowest pressure drop because of the inherent permeability of the media. As the bags develop dust, some particulate embeds itself into the filter media, which increases the pressure drop.
Dust collectors have allowed companies to effectively capture airborne particulate which helps provide a healthy and clean work environment. To ensure a dust collector is working properly, periodic inspections and a maintenance program will go a long way toward keeping your dust collector functioning at a high level. Scheduled inspections on a daily, weekly, monthly, semi-annual and annual basis will keep your dust collector working efficiently and keep your maintenance costs down. Failing to routinely inspect and maintain your dust collector can hurt its performance, and continued neglect will lead to your dust collector not meeting EPA outlet emissions standards. Partner professional trained outside firm like P-A Industrial Services to help ensure that the maintenance is executed properly and your internal staff is trained.
To optimize your dust collector’s performance; you should inspect your filter media often. The filter is the most important part of a dust collector because it accumulates and supports dust cake. Dust cake is what provides high filtering efficiencies during operation. Regularly inspect the clean-air side of the dust collector for leaks and the bags for tears. If pressure drop within a dust collector becomes extremely high compared to normal, it may be caused by excessive dust cake or “blinding” of the filter bags.
Most importantly in the maintenance of your dust collector—always practice safety! Unless something goes wrong, workers should never have to enter the dust collector to change the filters. Filters should be positioned for easy access and slide in and out of the housing easily. It’s also a good idea to add a safety monitoring filter to your collector. A secondary filter can prevent dust from re-entering the workspace if there is a leak in the dust collector’s primary filters.
The importance of having a quality dust collection system in a production facility can’t be understated. You’re not only providing a cleaner and safer work environment for your employees—you’re increasing the overall effectiveness of your manufacturing. With over 100 years of combined industry experience, P-A Industrial Services provides equipment, parts, and services all over the United States for businesses of all sizes. Our industry experience allows us to inspect, maintain, or repair all equipment components in your dust collection system to make sure you’re operating at the highest efficiencies. Similarly, we can evaluate system performance and make recommendations for improved productivity. P-A Industrial Services will make sure you’re using the right parts—from air compressors, blowers, filters, dust receptacles to cartridges, fans, and valves.