The shock wave thereby created drives the dust particles off the outside of the filter bag and down into the hopper. The flow of dirty gas to the bags is continued even during the cleaning process therefore the baghouses are often not subdivided when pulse-jet cleaning is employed.
To maintain a moderate pressure drop, the cleaning cycle is employed to provide continuous cleaning of the filter Bags/cartridges. The cleaning system consists of a Sequential time controller, which actuates Solenoid Valve and the Compressed Air Header. These Compressed Air Header momentary burst or pulse of high pressure compressed air through the blow pipe into the filter tube. This Pulse of air creates reverse flow of air, which expands the filter cartridges to remove the collector dust.
The cleaning procedure occurs on a row‐by‐row basis therefore only a fraction of total filter air is interrupted for cleaning allowing continuous ventilation.
The dust cake when pulsed from the filter cartridges falls directly into the bucket at the bottom where it is removed.
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