- Value for money
- Low investment costs
- Because of the unique shape and the way the cassettes are arranged, our cassette type filters offer more filter area for the same casing volume than other comparable systems.
The control panel is designed and manufactured by DISA. It is a standalone system comprising of motor circuits for ID fan, cleaning air fan, cleaning carriage, screw conveyor and flat valves. The control panel is housed in a sheet metal enclosure of the highest quality. The operator interface, push buttons, selector switch, indicators and meters are located ergonomically on the front door of the control panel for easy operation.
An optional feature for the operator interface, includes a mimic panel with LED lamps, and an LCD messages display unit. The control sequences are designed either using hardwired Relay Logic or state-of-the-art PLC depending on the application requirement.
In conventional filters, the gas travels from bottom to top and the cleaning air is injected on top; whereby it comes from top to bottom. This reflects a concept called Can Velocity (Can Effect).
Definition: It is the velocity with which the gas travels up through the interspaces between the bags.
Can Velocity = Gas flow / (casing area- total bags occupancy area)
This is a very important parameter in design of conventional filters. Higher Can Velocity results in re-entrainment of dust. The desirable value is 1.0 m/sec for normal dust.
Can Velocity has 3 effects: