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6 Dust Collector System Maintenance Tips for Optimal Air Pollution Control

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Whether in steel production, cogeneration, energy-from-waste, cement plants, lime production, chemical manufacturing, foundries, asphalt, food processing, and many more industries, the reliable reduction of emissions is of paramount importance for worker health and safety, health of our environment & to achieving environmental compliance. While there are numerous factors to consider in operating baghouses in these… Read more »

Why Leak Detection Testing Should Be Performed Routinely in Your Baghouse

Monday, June 12, 2017

A “Leak Detection Test” – or fluorescent dye powder test – is a common practice used to help facilities when encountering emissions problems. You may have already learned the hard way that a few leaking bags within your dust collector can result in an emissions increase that can impact your ability to stay in environmental… Read more »

Filtration Solutions for Aggregates, Cement, Lime, Gypsum, & Asphalt Production

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Did you know that the Micronics Engineered Filtration Group is a provider of both dry and wet filtration equipment and service solutions to the aggregates and allied industries including asphalt, cement, and lime production? Industry-Leading Baghouse Solutions We understand that dust particulate control and control of outlet particulate emissions are of paramount importance in aggregates,… Read more »

PM 2.5 and Staying Compliant

Thursday, March 9, 2017

The term PM 2.5 is well-known in the air pollution control world. PM stands for particulate matter and PM 2.5 refers to very fine dust particles in the air that are 2.5 microns or less in diameter and includes inhalable particles small enough to penetrate the thoracic region of the respiratory system. In the way… Read more »

Importance of Differential Pressure in Optimizing Baghouse Performance

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Differential pressure, or pressure drop, is the difference in pressure in a baghouse from the “dirty-air-side” to the “clean-air-side.” It is a measure of the resistance to airflow between the two chambers of the dust collector. A baghouse’s differential pressure is a key parameter indicating how well your baghouse is operating. Accurately measuring this pressure… Read more »