Since the types and mechanisms of air pollution are always changing, the equipment used to control the air pollutants that we make must change and evolve as well.(Read more...)
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The 3 Most Common Types of Wet Scrubbers
5 Ways to Increase Industrial Air Quality Control
Air pollution management is important. With particulate matter linked to over 30,000 deaths a year in the US alone, air quality control systems are essential to keeping manufacturing environments cleaner and safer. The Clean Air Act clearly shows the federal pressure we all face for a cleaner...(Read more...)
How to Change-Out Your Sly Envelope Style Dust Collector Bag
At Sly we often receive questions from callers about the right way to change-out the filter bags on their dust collectors. While it’s a detailed process, learning how to change-out your envelope filter bags will save you both time and money otherwise spent replacing them earlier than necessary....(Read more...)
[Infographic] The Sly Difference in Dust Collection
At Sly, what makes us different from other dust collection vendors is what makes us better. We work closely with our customers to design and maintain their dust collection systems. With nearly 150 years of experience, we're your trusted resource for dust collection solutions.(Read more...)
How to Properly Start Up Your Dust Collector or Baghouse
Learning the right way to start up your dust collector or bag house will optimize performance, help initial blinding, and extend the life of your dust collector’s new filters. Let’s review the proper start-up procedures for new dust collectors and for those with new filter bags installed.(Read more...)
Pocket Guide: Wet Scrubber Basics
Wet scrubbers come in a variety of types and shapes, but all are basically designed to remove gases/vapors and particulates from the exhaust from process equipment like furnaces, dryers, mixers, bagging stations, etc. They’re often the best option for handling combustible particulates because...(Read more...)
Cleaning Up with Cartridge Filters: Dust Collector Filter Cleaning
For indoor dry dust collector installations, cartridge dust collectors are often the best option for applications where the dust is dry and can flow freely, such as in chemical processing, minerals, blasting, welding, plasma cutting, dry powder handling, and metal finishing. But cartridge filters(Read more...)
What is a Wet Scrubber?
A wet scrubber is a mechanical system that removes pollutants from an air stream by bringing it in contact with a scrubbing liquid, most often water. Wet scrubbers are generally the only single air pollution control device that can remove both particulates and gases/vapors. They are highly...(Read more...)
Wet vs. Dry Systems: Which Is Best for Your Air Pollution Control Challenge?
Air pollution control systems fall into two main categories: wet scrubbers and dry dust collectors (including both baghouses and cartridge collectors). Each type has its place, but determining which is best for a particular application does require careful consideration.(Read more...)
When Should You Use an ePTFE Membrane Filter Bag?
Any operation that uses a baghouse dust collection system must weigh the advantages and disadvantages of the numerous baghouse filter options available in the market today. The type of filter bag you’ll need to operate at maximum effectiveness and efficiency will depend on the baghouse design,...(Read more...)