Are emissions from worn-out bags a never-ending problem?
Are partially blinded bags affecting air cfm through-put?
Are dirty bag change-outs causing a morale problem?
Do your filters still leak after change-outs?
IAC guarantees our service crews can come into your plant, perform your next bag change-out at your convenience, and guarantee a “clean stack”, or we keep coming back until it’s fixed!
IAC’s MSHA trained crews are baghouse specialists! In addition to providing experienced, cost-effective bag / cage replacement, IAC crews perform the following 10-point program with every bag change:
- Inspect the existing cages for corrosion / deterioration and any needed replacement.
- Inspect the knock-down / baffle plate for wear and any needed repair.
- Inspect the tubesheet / cellplates and casing for metal fatigue and corrosion.
- Inspect the door seals for leakage and any required repair.
- Inspect the cleaning mechanism and controls, identifying components in need of repair or replacement.
- Inspect the hopper for buildup and make sure dust is free- flowing.
- Inspect the fines removal / material handling equipment to make sure it is performing correctly (screws, blowers, airlocks, etc).
- Inspect air moving equipment for wear / vibration (fans, motors).
- Run leak detection test at completion of bag change-out.
- Provide a written service report documenting our findings.
Filter Bag Changeout Service
Baghouse Service & Parts
10 point baghouse inspection program
Winterizing Kit – Baghouse
Commonly Used Dust Collection Terms
Filter Media Selection Guide
How to Maintain & Service Fabric Filter Dust Collectors
Compressed Air and Its Importance
Bag and Cage Installation
Installation Procedures for Top and Bottom Load Pleated Element Filters
Troubleshooting the Dust Collector
Troubleshooting the Timer
Troubleshooting the Compressed Air System