Pulse jet dust collectors that use filter bags also require internal support structures that are referred to as cages. Dust collector cages support the shape of dust collector bags and prevent them from collapsing on themselves. Just like filter bags, filter bag cages come in many shapes, sizes, and configurations.
Dust collector cages typically come in two different styles depending on the design of your pulse jet baghouse; top load and bottom load. Cage construction options include vertical wires, horizontal ring spacing, material, and coatings. A properly designed dust collector cage will extend the life of your filter bag and allow your dust collector to achieve peak performance.
U.S. Air new online slots, Inc. manufactures cages to fit a wide variety of baghouse makes and models. Our dust collector cages can be made for your new baghouse or designed to fit an existing model from most other major dust collector manufacturers including:
Wheelabrator, Mikropul Flexkleen and more.
Our cages can be fabricated in many different types of materials, coatings, lengths, and specifications.
Common Cage Materials Available:
- Galvanized Steel
- Carbon Steel
- Mild Steel
- 304 Stainless Steel
- 316 Stainless Steel
Cage Replacements for Existing Dust Collector Models:
If you are working with a highly corrosive environment, we can provide an epoxy coating for your dust collector cages. Our cages can also be fabricated for high temperature, high moisture, acidic or other environments. For more efficient cleaning, we also provide venturis for your dust collector cages. Whatever your application, we can design and manufacture a cage to meet your needs.epl-games