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Baghouse Winterization Kits and Services

  Don’t Let Weather Conditions Disrupt Your Operation!

IAC’s winterizing kit protects your pulse jet baghouse’s pulse valves and compressed air headers from snow, ice, and freezing weather - guarding against production interruptions and downtime.

Winter weather conditions can cause pulse valves to freeze open or internal diaphragms to crack; bleeding the compressed air header of the air pressure and air volume required to effectively clean the bags.

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Energy Savings with IAC’s Smart Plant Technology: Tip of the Month

IAC’s Smart Plant™ Remote Monitoring System is a highly economical cloud-based IoT system to ensure regulatory compliance and save energy within your facility. With the ability to monitor compressed air, faster detection of leaks, and cleaning on demand, Smart Plant™ Industry 4.0 technology keeps your equipment running optimally while alerting you to equipment failures within minutes.

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IAC Baghouse Installation Eliminates Harmful Powder Exposure

Many of IAC’s customers work with dangerous and hazardous materials. When creating solutions for handling harmful materials, IAC works quickly to help these organizations create safer processes for their employees and production. IAC did this recently by taking a few fast measurements and rapidly creating a custom component to eliminate the spread of a harmful powder in an ingredient facility, which took numbers from three and a half times the exposure limitation to less than 10% of the threshold.

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IAC's Smart Plant Remote Monitoring System Gateway Device Installation

Installation of the gateway device on new or existing baghouses is fast and straightforward. Once power is applied, the gateway device automatically connects to the strongest cellular signal and begins transmitting data to the cloud for quick & easy access to users around the globe.

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Correct Placement of HEPA Filters in Baghouse Ventilation System Video

Where is the HEPA filter in your Baghouse industrial ventilation system located? Before or after the fan?

In this Tip of the Month Video, IAC Process Engineer Luis Castano explains how, as filtered air leaves the baghouse, proper HEPA filter placement is critical to optimal performance of downstream processing systems and prevention of possible contaminated air leaks.

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The Meaning of Air-to-Cloth Ratio in Baghouse Design

IAC Applications Engineering Manager Luis Castano is back with another Tip of the Month for baghouse design.  In this month’s tip, Luis explains the meaning of air-to-cloth ratio in optimized  baghouse design, and its relation to both air velocity going through the filters, and interstitial air velocity going between the bags.  All three parameters are important to consider in order to have your baghouse operating at peak efficiency.

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Problems with an Over-Sized Baghouse

Over time we see that the systems within an industrial plant go through changes. These changes typically result in the system no longer meeting the expectations it once did. One of the more common systems that end up changing over time is a baghouse or dust collector. These systems act as the ventilation system in a plant and are a vital part of the overall process.

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