Our US-based Test Facility is equipped with fully operational dust collectors, as well as media testing equipment. Our engineers can help customers evaluate their processes and deliver expertise that enhances dust collector performance. We feature our demo lab dust collector, a Mikro-Pulsaire pulse jet baghouse dust collector. The demo unit is scaled down to a 5 x 5 bag layout. We will go over the Header Pressure Manifold with Sensor, CascadAir Inlet Diffuser, Tubular bags with cages, B-Pac Pulse Cleaning Control, Clean Air Exhaust with Particulate Sensor, Non-Clogging Differential Pressure Transmitter, and the Hopper with Level Sensor.
Our US-based test facility is equipped with fully operational dust collectors, as well as media testing equipment. Our engineers can help customers evaluate their processes and deliver expertise that enhances dust collectors.
Today, we are featuring our demo lab dust collector. It is an example of the Mikro-Pulsaire line of pulse just cleaned baghouse dust collectors. Mikro-Pulsaire is available generally between 151 - 8,246 ft2 (14 - 766 m2) of media. Our lab baghouse is scaled down to show a 5 x 5 bag layout.
The main parts of the Mikro-Pulsaire baghouse we will go over are: Header Pressure Manifold with Sensor, CascadAirTM Inlet Diffuser, Tubular Bags with Retainers (Cages), B-PacTM> Pulse Cleaning Control, Clean Air Exhaust with Particulate Sensor, Hopper with Level Sensor, and Non-Clogging Differential Pressure Transmitter. These features focus on ideal gas flow and cleaning.
The CascadAirTM is a key part of the baghouse that improves bag life and dust capture.
The compressed air header needs to be leak-free and monitored to ensure the pressure recovers properly after each pulse sequence.
The best cleaning controls offer on-demand cleaning based on target differential pressure. They can also offer cleaning system diagnostics and connection to a remote monitoring system.
The filtered material drops into the hopper via the rotary airlock. There are many technologies for hopper level detection. This unit has an RF device with onboard calibration. Hoppers should never be used as material storage. Anti-bridging equipment is also available. This is another key area for continuous remote monitoring.
A pressure transmitter has several benefits over manual gauges, including the ability to read remotely and eliminating the need to replace broken or cracked plastic tubes. Differential pressure is the heartbeat of the baghouse and needs to be monitored for the best filtration performance.
Tribo-electric sensors are popular for both detection and measurement of dust particles as a measure of filter performance. This unit is in the clean air exhaust but sensors can also be fitted that detect defective bags or pulsing systems.
Information captured by sensors installed on your dust collector send data to the industry-leading Nederman Insight cloud based dashboard via an industrial gateway. Both you and your MikroPul field technician are alerted when the filter needs attention.
Here's how the entire system works together. Watch for the pulse of air from the cleaning control. All of the sensors work together with the intelligent cleaning control to maximize bag life and filter performance.