Lowering Baghouse Emissions to
Meet NESHAP PM Limits
Taped vs. Stitched Filter Bag Seams
Cement manufacturing companies are looking closely at how they will comply with the proposed National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) Particulate Matter (PM) limits.
It is well known that ePTFE laminated filters are exceptionally efficient at capturing particulate on the collection surface of a filter bag and are capable of meeting the very low emissions numbers required by the new rule. The challenge is a lack of historical data available to indicate at which point in a filter's life emissions begin increasing. Is there a more effective method?
This white paper takes an in-depth look at two studies conducted on the effects of taped seams vs. standard felled seam construction on emissions reduction. Download it now and get the full results, test data and methodology.