XMC bag filters are used extensively in almost all industrial plants, wherever powdered materials are handled. They are produced with a filtering surface area from 19 to 114 m2 and are basically made up of a series of permeable bags that guarantee the passage of gas but not of particulate matter. They are designed to comply with ATEX Directive 94/9/EC and their construction includes modular panels in galvanized sheet metal. The dusty air is introduced to the filtering section after the passage through a stilling chamber, which has the task of reducing the coarsest particles of pollutant and distributing the air flow evenly over the entire filtering section. This ensures a more efficient abatement of the particulate matter and avoids the phenomenon of clogging of the bags.
They are able to treat air containing very fine dust, maintaining a very high collection efficiency, even for particles smaller than 1 Micron. As the dust settles on the surface of the filter, during work, the filter will be cleaned by means of a cyclic counter-current cleaning system using compressed air. The retained dust can be conveyed into collection bins or other containers by means of a star valve (optional).
These filters are suitable for use in areas with potentially explosive atmospheres and dusts of the following classes
ST1 according to certification string II 3 D Ex tD A22 T200°C -10°C<T<40°C.
|Superficie filtrante (metri quadrati)||
114, 19, 24, 28, 29, 34, 38, 41, 47, 49, 56, 61, 62, 73, 76, 77, 93, 95