Baghouse Dust Collector

Bagsonix Series

baghouse dust collector

Discover the power of the baghouse dust collectors in the bagsonix series

Baghouse dust collectors stand out due to their ability to handle high volumes of dust laden air using a compressed-air self-cleaning system enabling effective reverse blasting through deformation of the filter bags.

The unit filters sub-micron sized particles in continuous operating mode and with a steady loss of differential pressure.

Our line of baghouse dust collectors includes sealed mechanisms as well as doors that provide easy access with very few tools required for maintenance.

Main Advantages at a Glance

High filtration capacity
Models from 16 to 720 filter bags and up to 125 000 CFM capacity.

Custom engineering
The systems in the Bagsonix series can be customized based on specific requirements.

Project integration
Avoids particle accumulation within plants, in order to better comply with NFPA regulations.

Standard filter bags
Not limited to obtaining replacement cages and bags from a sole source provider.

Vertical Filtration Principle

vertical filtration principle

1.

The dust-laden air is filtered and forms a dust cake on the outside surface of the bag.

2.

The pulsed air blast causes the bag to expand, which ejects the accumulated dust cake into the hopper.

How The Bagsonix Series Dust Collector Works

Dust-laden air enters and is directed to the bottom of the dust collector by means of a deflector plate prior to going through the filter bags.

The dust accumulates creating a cake on the outside surface of the bags. At regular intervals, a burst of compressed air is injected into the bags through a parabolic nozzle that creates a shock wave causing the particles to fall to the bottom of the hopper.

The filtered air exits through the venturis into the clean section and is then either expelled outside or recirculated, depending on the application.

Advantages

Fast, simple and safe bag replacement
Inside-access models: It is possible to replace the bags with just a screwdriver.

Top-access model: The “B”-shaped belt technology requires no tools to replace the bags.

Continuous operation
Unlike the shaker models, it is not necessary to shut down this type of dust collector to clean the filters.

Economical
The baghouse dust collector is an economical choice because it requires minimal maintenance: only periodic bag replacement is necessary.

Filtration Technology

filter bag

We Have The Filtering Medium That Matches Your Needs

Maximum separation performance is made possible by using high quality materials for the filtering fabrics. Our line of natural and synthetic felts enables us to customize the collector to the needs of each facility.

To ensure complete sealing for any type of dust, the filter bags are generally designed to be installed and held firmly in place by either a B-shaped belt, flat belt, cord, double cord or ring. A broad range of treatments and coatings can be applied to either side of the bags to facilitate reverse blasting, increase effectiveness, and extend service life.

 

Things to Consider When Choosing the Filtering Medium

  • substance
  • shape
  • particle size
  • humidity level in the air
  • load
  • temperature

 

  Felt Woven
Generic name Polyester Polypropylene Meta-aramid Polyphenylene Sulphide Co-polyimide, Polymer Acrylic
(Co-polymer)
PTFE
(fluorocarbone)
Fiberglass
Trade name Terylene, Dacron, Trevira, Fortel Meraklon,  Courlene Nomex, Conex Ryton P-84 Acrilan, Orlon, Dralon T Teflon, Goretex,
Tefaire, Rastex
Huyglass
Colour White White  Cream  Light Brown Gold  Cream Dark Brown  Variable 
Tenacity (CN/TEX) 60 50   33 35 25  20 18  70-120 
Specific Density
(g/cm3) / (lbs/ft3)
1.38 / 86.15  0.91 / 56.81  1.38 / 86.15   1.37 / 85.53  1.41 / 88.02 1.15 / 71.79  2.3 / 43.58  2.5 / 156.07 
(continuous) Operating temperature C° / F°    135 / 275  100 / 200  204 / 400  190 / 375  260 / 500   120 / 260 260 / 500  260 / 500 
Permeability
(ft3/min_/ft2) / (m3/h_/m2)
25-35 / 453-635   25-35 / 453-635  25-35 / 453-635  25-35 / 453-635  25-35 / 453-635 25-35 / 453-635  7-20 / 127-363   15-30 / 272-544
Cost
($/m2) / ($/ft2)
10.75 /1.00  15.05 / 1.40   30.15 / 2.80 35.50 / 3.30   73.20 / 6.80 14.85 / 1.38   147.50 / 13.70 53.80 / 5.00 
General Strength
Pressure during reverse blasting •••• ••• •• •••• •••• •• •••
Moisture •• ••• •••• •••• •••• •••• ••••
Combustion  yes yes no no no yes no no
Acid  ••• •••• •• ••• ••• •••• •••
Alkalis •••• •• •• •• ••••
Abrasion •••• •••• ••• •• ••• ••
Solvent ••• •••• •• ••• •••• •• •••• ••••
Oxidising agents •••• ••• •• •• •••• ••••
Hydrolysis •••• •• ••• •• ••• •••• ••••

Accessories

dust collector accessories

Enhance Your Security and Performance

Some options like the SpeedFXTM can vary motor speed and energy consumption thus improving efficiency.

A number of Airex accessories aim to meet NFPA regulations, preventing against fire and explosions while better protecting workers and facilities.

Fire Protection Accessories

Abort Damper
Connected with a proper spark or fire detection system, the abort damper redirects exhaust air into the atmosphere as soon as a spark is detected.

Blow Back Damper
Damper ensure there is a seal, if a fire or explosion occurs in the dust collector, preventing the return of smoke and fire to the shop via the intake ductwork.

Explosion Vents
The explosion vents redirects a propagating flame or explosion to atmosphere. Pressure rated washers are used to seal and release vent.

Rotary Air Lock
Designed to control the flow of discharge material from a dust collector or other type of process while maintaining an air seal.

Spark Detection & Fire Extinguishing Kit
System counters the spread of fire with a temperature probe and sprinkler, spraying the collector and stopping the blower (eliminating oxygen intake once a set point is reached).

Maintenance Access

maintenance access

Different Maintenance Access Options

The main selection criteria that determines which dust collector to choose is available overhead space.

The Bagsonix series offers three models that are differentiated by the location of the maintenance access.

Features of the Models

W&S MODEL:
dirty side access

This model is the most compact, which is ideal for locations where overhead space is limited. Its great disadvantage, as the name implies, comes from the fact that maintenance must be done inside the dirty section of the dust collector.

TR MODEL:
clean side access with no plenum

Replacing the bags is very easy because it does not require any tools, thereby increasing maintenance speed.

Clean side access requires additional overhead clearance of roughly 2m - 2,5m (6’ - 8’).

TRP MODEL:
clean side access with plenum

Identical to the above model (TR) except that it has a plenum enabling the operator to go inside the clean section. This protects the operator from bad weather during maintenance.

Specifications

inside access model

Inside Access Model

Model Cloth area (ft2) A B C Weight
(lbs)
Number and size
of valve
Bags 8'-0" Bags 10'-0" Bags 8'-0" Bags 10'-0"
16S 160 200 28" 34" 162" 186" 1,050 4 @ 3/4"
24S 240  300  28" 48" 185" 199" 1,350 4 @ 3/4" 
24W 42" 52" 178" 202" 1,600
36S 360  450  42" 52"  178" 202" 1,750 6 @ 3/4" 
36W 56" 182" 202" 2,100
48S 480  600  42" 66"  190"  214"  2,150 6 @ 3/4" 
48W 56" 2,700
64S 640  800  56" 68"  192" 216" 2,500 8 @ 3/4" 
64W 70" 194" 218" 3,600
80S 800  1,000 56" 82"  204"  228"  3,350 8 @ 3/4" 
80W 70" 4,200
100S 1 ,000 1,250 70" 82"  204" 228" 3,650 10 @ 3/4" 
100W 84" 206" 230" 4,500
120S 1,200 1,500 70" 96"  216"  240"  4,500 10 @ 1" 
120W 84" 4,750
144S 1,440 1,800 84" 96"  216" 240" 5,700 12 @ 1" 
144W 98" 218" 242" 6,600
168S 1,680 2,100 98" 96"  218" 242" 6,900 14 @ 1" 
168W 112" 230" 254" 7,800
192W 1,920 2,400 126" 96" 242" 266" 8,900 16 @ 1"
216W 2,160 2,700 154" 102" 215" 239" 9,000 18 @ 1"
240W 2,400 3,000 168" 102" 215" 239" 9,500 20 @ 1"
264W 2,640 3,300 182" 102" 215" 239" 10,100 22 @ 1"
288W 2,880 3,600 196" 102" 215" 239" 12,000 24 @ 1"
312W 3,120 3,900 210" 102" 218" 242" 14,000 26 @ 1"
336W 3,360 4,200 224" 102" 224" 248" 15,000 28 @ 1"
360W 3,60 4,500 238" 102" 230" 254" 17,000 30 @ 1"
384W 3,840 4,800 252" 102" 236" 260" 18,700 32 @ 1"
408W 4,080 5,100 266" 102" 242" 266" 19,950 34 @ 1"
432W 3,420 5,400 280" 102" 248" 272" 21,000 36 @ 1"

top access model

Top Access Model

Model Cloth area
(ft2)
A B
C D Weight
(lbs)
Number and size
of valve
54-10TR-6 848 60" 101" 10" 249" 4,931 6 @ 1 1/2"
72-10TR-6 1,131 60" 131" 10" 274" 6,180 6 @ 1 1/2"
81-10TR-6 1,273 90" 101" 10" 249" 6,300 9 @ 1 1/2"
108-10TR-6 1,697 90" 138" 10" 286" 7,621 9 @ 1 1/2"
144-10TR-6 2,262 120" 138" 10" 281" 9,072 12 @ 1 1/2"
180-10TR-6 2,828 150" 138" 22" 281" 10,355 15 @ 1 1/2"
216-10TR-6 3,393 180" 138" 52" 281" 11,647 18 @ 1 1/2"
252-10TR-6 3,959 210" 138" 82" 281" 12,939 21 @ 1 1/2"
288-10TR-6 4,524 240" 138" 112" 281" 14,244 24 @ 1 1/2"
324-10TR-6 5,09 270" 138" 142" 281" 15,927 27 @ 1 1/2"
360-10TR-6 5,656 300" 138" 172" 281" 17,207 30 @ 1 1/2"
396-10TR-6 6,221 330" 138" 202" 281" 18,511 33 @ 1 1/2"
432-10TR-6 6,787 360" 138" 230" 281" 19,802 36 @ 1 1/2"
468-10TR-6 7,352 390" 138" 262" 281" 21,096 39 @ 1 1/2"
504-10TR-6 7,918 420" 138" 292" 281" 22,413 42 @ 1 1/2"
540-10TR-6 8,483 450" 138" 322" 281" 23,706 45 @ 1 1/2"
576-10TR-6 9,049 480" 138" 352" 281" 24,998 48 @ 1 1/2"
612-10TR-6 9,615 510" 138" 382" 281" 26,693 51 @ 1 1/2"
648-10TR-6 10,18 540" 138" 412" 281" 27,960 54 @ 1 1/2"
684-10TR-6 10,746 570" 138" 442" 281" 29,265 57 @ 1 1/2"
720-10TR-6 11,311 600" 138" 472" 281" 30,570 60 @ 1 1/2"

top access with plenum model

Top Access With Plenum Model

Model Cloth area
(ft2)
A B
C D Weight
(lbs)
Number and size
of valve
54-10TRP-6 848 57" 101" 10" 345" 6,499 6 @ 1 1/2"
72-10TRP-6 1,131 57" 128" 10" 368" 8,045 6 @ 1 1/2"
81-10TRP-6 1,273 90" 101" 10" 345" 8,892 9 @ 1 1/2"
108-10TRP-6 1,697 84" 135" 10" 386" 9,906 9 @ 1 1/2"
144-10TRP-6 2,262 111" 135" 10" 374" 11,554 12 @ 1 1/2"
180-10TRP-6 2,828 138" 135" 13" 374" 13,116 15 @ 1 1/2"
216-10TRP-6 3,393 165" 135" 40" 374" 14,687 18 @ 1 1/2"
252-10TRP-6 3,959 192" 135" 67" 374" 16,258 21 @ 1 1/2"
288-10TRP-6 4,524 219" 135" 94" 374" 17,842 24 @ 1 1/2"
324-10TRP-6 5,09 246" 135" 120" 374" 19,804 27 @ 1 1/2"
360-10TRP-6 5,656 273" 135" 148" 374" 21,363 30 @ 1 1/2"
396-10TRP-6 6,221 300" 135" 186" 374" 22,946 33 @ 1 1/2"
432-10TRP-6 6,787 327" 135" 202" 374" 24,516 36 @ 1 1/2"
468-10TRP-6 7,352 354" 135" 229" 374" 26,088 39 @ 1 1/2"
504-10TRP-6 7,918 381" 135" 256" 374" 27,685 42 @ 1 1/2"
540-10TRP-6 8,483 408" 135" 283" 374" 29,256 45 @ 1 1/2"
576-10TRP-6 9,049 435" 135" 310" 374" 30,827 48 @ 1 1/2"
612-10TRP-6 9,615 462" 135" 336" 374" 32,807 51 @ 1 1/2"
648-10TRP-6 10,18 489" 135" 364" 374" 34,347 54 @ 1 1/2"
684-10TRP-6 10,746 516" 135" 390" 374" 35,931 57 @ 1 1/2"
720-10TRP-6 11,311 543" 135" 418" 374" 37,515 60 @ 1 1/2"
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