Dry Processing

Filter controller

June 11, 2013
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The B-PAC series of Baghouse Performance Analyzers & Controllers from FilterSense helps powder processing, air pollution and dust collection users meetregulatory compliance and improve their processes while reducing operating costs. Control, sensing and high-speed digital signal analysis are integrated into the controller.  The device can detect/locate: filter leaks weeks before emissions are visible; failed pulse solenoids that can lead to plugged filters; and ruptured or frozen pulse-jet diaphragms. The controller also provides intelligent filter cleaning which extends filter life and lowers emissions while reducing compressed air use 15-40 percent over traditional PLC programming and up to 90 percent over continuous cleaning.

 

 

FilterSense; 978-927-4304; www.filtersense.com

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