• Keep a minimum of extra diaphragm valve repair kits, replacement solenoids and have some spare filters on hand.
• Monitor changes in the differential pressure between the clean and dirty air plenums
• Record events that cause upset conditions in your process, which will give you vital information regarding the current heath (or unhealth) of your baghouse
Don’t get lost in the dust
You can learn much more about creating an inspection and maintenance program for a better baghouse in our Maintenance Checklist guide. It contains a list of things you need to know about pressure drops, cleaning systems, hopper discharge, filter media and so much more.
It also includes a glossary of key terms, links to “how-to” videos, and handy inspection logs for all types of dry dust collectors. This inclusive checklist will help you keep your dust collector in tip-top shape.
By tailoring a comprehensive program to your own dust collection system, you can help extend your baghouse performance and life. Discover how!