Bulk Bag Filler
About bulk bag filler
A bulk bag filter is an industrial equipment used in controlling air pollution in a Steam Boiler House Assembly. It aids the control of the concentration of Sulphur dioxide and several gases during production. Although there are different kinds of bulk bag fillers present in today’s world, getting the right one is dependent on what you intend to use it for and the manufacturer. Hence, this piece will help you understand bulk bag fillers and guide you through a bulk bag filler’s internal working process.
The various bag filler types include Reverse Air, Pulse Jet Type, and Reverse Air; however, the Pulse Jet type has been regarded as the best and gives top-notch results.
The working principle of a bulk bag filler
A bulk bag filter has a four-sided curved metal body that has a cone shape at the bottom. It features a vertical squirrel-like cage used to hold and support the filler bags; these squirrel-like cages are enclosed with a bulk bag filler material. When the enclosure is adequately done, it then seems like a pipe-like geometry downside of this cage is arbitrary. In contrast, the opposite part is free for the passage of flue gases out of the competent and allows the pressurized air. Take a Steam Boiler, for instance; during operation, flue gases exiting the Boiler go into the Bag filler body, during which the flue gases touch the external surface of the filler bags, which is pipe-like. As the Induced Draft (ID) fan provides a non-stop traction effect, the flue gases try to access the cage. The larger-sized dust particles are accumulated at the filler’s surface, and flue gases are forced out of the bag filter through the exits.
The dust particles held to the outer part of the filler bag are differentiated by the Pulse Jet system’s pressurized air placed at the roof of the bag filler. The pressurized air comes in through the same channel by which the flue gasses the filler bag, thereby hitting the filler bag’s interior part. So, at rest, the first particles are separated by the law of inertia; these dust particles are, however, collected at the lowest part of the bag filter through the hell of a rotary air airlock.
How it works
The operator places the bags on the rest and shoves them to the grille. The bags are cut open vertically by the operator, who then shakes them empty. Alternatively, contents in the bag can be removed through a unique rotary discharging device, a hopper, into any feeder, the in-built ID fan-operated, air-jet cleared the dust particles collector fillers the dust produced during the emptying. These emptied bags are then dipped into the trough, which connects to the optional COM-type Waste Bag Compactor.
This equipment is manufactured to reduce the material residue drastically, and it applies to different customizations and can be used in different ways because of its modular unit design.