Baghouse Filter

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Baghouse Filter?

Large fabric bag, usually made of glass fibers, used to eliminate intermediate and large (greater than 20 PM in diameter) particles. This device operates like the bag of an electric vacuum cleaner, passing the air and smaller particles while entrapping the larger ones.

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