Improve baghouse efficiency with durable baghouse filters from IAC. All of our filters are engineered for top performance using first-quality synthetic or natural fibers. IAC offers replacement dust collector filter bags for over 120 baghouse brands. We understand that many of our customers purchase multiple baghouse filter bags, so we’ve made a way for them to get the most value from their purchase. Because Industrial Accessories Company is an OEM supplier of baghouse filters we are able to get prices that our competition simply cannot match. Just request a quote for how many filter bags you need, and one of our sales engineers will get in contact with you. Once you’ve reviewed your quote we can ship the bags to you, but our service doesn’t stop there. Do you need help replacing or installing bags in your dust collector? Look no further, IAC has dedicated baghouse services teams set up nationwide to assist with any baghouse maintenance need.
Pleated filters provide a simple retrofit for upgrading existing dust collection systems and improving problem systems. Make the switch today.
The IAC pleated filter is a one-piece element of spun bond polyester media. Because spun bond material is pleatable, we can get 200 – 300% more filter media into a pleated filter that is the same size, or usually smaller than the conventional filter bag it replaces. This dramatically reduces your air-to-cloth ratio, providing for a much more efficient operation of the collector. You will also see increased airflow, lower differential pressure, lower energy cost and higher filtration efficiencies.
The non-woven, spun bond filter media in the pleated filter has a smooth calendered finish that maximizes dust cake release. Pleated filters resist surface penetration by the collected particulate, resulting in much higher cleaning efficiency and faster regeneration of operating airflows. The felt fabrics used in conventional filter bags have millions of rough surface fibers that can attach to the dustcake causing poor cake release. Actually, the felt fabric requires a considerable depth of dustcake to reach an acceptable level of efficiency. The smooth finish of the spun bond media allows for easy release of particulate. This material, offering 99.99+% efficiency, rivals membrane materials at a much lower cost.
IAC Pleated Filters – More Filter Area
If you are using bags and cages, you will be impressed by how much more media a pleated baghouse filters have. Typically, a pleated filter is built with 35 to 45 pleats. The with a conservative figure of 35 pleats, the pleated filter still gets up to 300% more media in the same space as a bag and cage.
Successful Applications for Pleated Filters
• Current dust collector systems using polyester material.
• Current collectors that are undersized, requiring additional cloth area.
• Current collector systems using materials other than polyester operating at 250° F or below.
• Current dust collector systems requiring more efficient media.
• Hydrolysis or moisture problems with current standard felts.
• Eliminate cage costs.
• Reduce change-out costs and process downtime through 50% faster installation.
• Cut pressure drops, dramatically reduce compressed air consumption.
• Avoid collected product contamination, and increase filter life through soap and water cleanup.
Pulse-jet and plenum pulse baghouses collect dust on the outside of the filter. Dust-laden gas floods the baghouse, and clean air exits through the inside of the bag while the dust particles collect on the outside filter surface.
A support cage prevents bag collapse during filtration and aids in the re-distribution and cleaning of the dustcake. A wide variety of filter bags can be manufactured to meet specific application needs.
Reverse Air Filter Bags
Particulate is collected on the inside surface of the bag in baghouses using reverse air cleaning systems. The dust-laden gas enters through the dirty side (inlet) of the collector and flows up through the bag. The particulate is filtered by the dustcake and the fabric, and clean air exits through the outside of the bag. The steel bottom of the bag protects the filter bag from collapsing. Reverse air bag top and bottom designs vary by cleaning system and original equipment manufacturer (OEM).
Various types of these bags can be provided. We offer several different top and bottom designs for our reverse air filter bags, to ensure that our bags can meet your requirements.
Clamps, bottoms and additional accessories can be provided to complete your reverse air bag order.
Particulate is collected on the inside surface of the bag in baghouses using shaker cleaning systems. The dust-laden gas enters through the dirty side (inlet) of the collector and flows up through the bag. The particulate is filtered by the dustcake and the fabric, and clean air exits through the outside of the bag. Shaker baghouse filters top and bottom designs vary by cleaning system and original equipment manufacturer (OEM).
IAC supplies wide selection of filter bags for shaker style dust collectors. Our top level engineers can suggest the media that will keep your shaker unit running at peak efficiency.
Here at IAC, you’ll find everything you need to complete your shaker bag order. We carry a wide variety of top and bottom attachments to fit your shaker structure. If the parts we carry in stock simply don’t work for your application, then we can custom design top attachments for you. We also offer additional accessories for your filter bags including bag clamps, abrasion protection parts, and more.
Fabrics, Finishes and Coatings
Available in woven or felt, this product is the most widely used media for dust collection, it is capable of operating up to 275F (135C)
Available in woven or felt, this product provides enhanced chemical and moisture absorption resistance, it is capable of operating up to 200F (94C)
Available in woven or felt, this product provides chemical resistance similar to polypropylene while allowing operation up to 250F (121C)
Available in woven media only, this product is most commonly used in shaker collectors operating as silo vents, capable of operating up to 180F (82C)
Aramid (Conex ©, Nomex ©)
Available in woven or felt, this product performs at high temperatures while retaining strength, abrasion resistance, and dimensional stability, capable of operating up to 400F (204C)
Available in felt only, a proprietary blend of Aramid, PPS, and P-84 ©, this product was designed for operation in modern hot mix plant baghouses with increased RAP content, capable of operating up to 400F (204C)
PPS Ryton ©, Torcon ©, Procon ©
Available in woven or felt, this product provides chemical resistance similar to polypropylene and acrylic while allowing operation up to 375F (190C)
Available in woven or felt, this product was designed to provide enhanced efficiency and maximize airflow while allowing operation at temperatures up to 500F (260C)
Glass (Fiberglass, Huyglas ©)
Available in woven or felt, these products with their various finish options provide high chemical and temperature resistance, capable of operating up to 500F (260C)
PTFE (Teflon ©, Toyoflon ©, Profelin ©)
Available in woven or felt, this product provides the maximum chemical resistance, capable of operating up to 500 F (260C)
Available on polyester, polypropylene, homopolymer acrylic, Aramid, PPS, and P-84. This finish is used on the collection surface of the bag to promote particulate discharge during cleaning.
Available on polyester and polypropylene. This finish is used in a manner similar to the singe, but with greater discharge capabilities. Good for handling sticky/agglomerating particulate.
Available on polyester, polypropylene, and cotton.
Available on polyester, polypropylene, homopolymer acrylic, and Aramid. This finish is used to provide water repellency, abrasion resistance, and high collection efficiency (HCE). Resists degradation of treatment by oils or typical baghouse cleaning cycle.
Finishes Available for Glass Fabric
Tri-Temp and Triple Finish
Composed of a proprietary blend of graphite, Teflon ©, and silicone oils
Teflon © B
Composed of a 10% (by weight) coating of Teflon ©
Composed of a proprietary blend of graphite, Teflon ©, silicone oils, and acid resistant polymer
A proprietary ceramic finish developed by 3M to allow operation of filter media up to 700F (371C)
Available on polyester and homopolymer acrylic. This coating is applied to the collection surface of the filter media. It’s cellular structure provides enhanced collection efficiency while maintaining good airflow. The slick surface promotes particulate discharge during cleaning.
Available on polyester, polypropylene, homopolymer acrylic and Aramid. The PTFE polymers allow for the engineering of smaller pore size which provide enhanced efficiency while handling particulate with median particle sizes of less than 10 microns. This coating is applied to the collection surface of the filter media and provides increased chemical resistance, moisture resistance, and a slick surface to promote particulate discharge.
Available on polyester, polypropylene, homopolymer acrylic, Aramid, PPS, P-84 ©, and glass. This product is produced by heat laminating an expanded PTFE membrane to one of the aforementioned base media. The membrane laminated products provide the highest collection efficiencies available in