Food Engineering

Pulse jet filters

November 1, 2007




Airlanco pulse jet filters handle demanding dust collection jobs, have no moving parts and come in compact, top-and side-access modular housings that fit a range of facility layouts. Dust-laden air or gas enters the filter through a hopper inlet where it is directed toward a deflector that slows the airflow and causes heavier particles to fall directly into the collection hopper. Airborne particles follow the air stream into the dirty air housing and collect on the outside surfaces of the filter. The filtered air then flows into the clean air plenum and exits the unit.

Airlanco; 800-500-9777;

www.airlanco.com