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High Temperature Air Filtration

High temperature air filter

To ensure product and service safety, quality, and the integrity of throughput in manufacturing, some facilities require high-temperature air filtration. Process and oven environments, such as food processing, pharmaceutical, automotive and research facilities, require safe, high-temperature air filtration using air filters designed specifically for high heat use.

Why Use High-Temperature Air Filters?

Cartridge Filters in Gas Turbine Inlet Air Filtration Systems

Cartridge Filter

Canister, cartridge, conical, and cylindrical (round) industrial air filters help clean intake air of inlet air filtration systems for gas turbine power plants. Their media can be depth-loading or surface-loading.

Selecting the proper gas turbine inlet air filtration system and inlet air filters cannot be underestimated, as these systems drive turbine efficiency and output.

Importance of Gas Turbine Inlet Air Filtration Systems

The Difference Between Pocket Filters and Bag Filters

Bag Filter & Pocket Filter

The terms bag filter and pocket filter are often used interchangeably – but there is a difference between these two industrial air filters.

Typically, a bag filter has a metal frame (galvanized steel or aluminum) with anywhere from 3-6 pockets of micro glass or synthetic filtration media. The ‘pockets’ of a bag filter are not ‘rigid’ and sometimes have a tendency to collapse in the air stream, especially under high airflow.

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