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A form of filtration vessel called a bag filter housing is made specifically to house and support filter bags. It is a crucial part of bag filtration systems because it offers a safe and airtight enclosure for the filter bags, enabling them to effectively remove impurities from fluids or gases.

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A cylindrical or rectangular body consisting of materials like stainless steel, carbon steel, or plastic commonly makes up the bag filter housing. The housing is made to withstand pressure and keep the filtration system's structural integrity.


A bag filter housing's main job is to keep the filter bags safe and secure while ensuring that the liquid or gas being filtered passes through the bags. The housing has an outlet and inlet connection for the flow of fluid or gas, as well as a closure mechanism like a swing bolt, clamp, or lid that tightly seals the housing while it is in use.


Bag filter housings frequently come with extra features including a vent to release trapped air while it is operating, a drain valve for clearing accumulated solids or liquids, and a pressure gauge or differential pressure indicator to monitor the status of the filter bags.


These housings come in a variety of shapes and sizes to support various bag sizes and flow rates. They are frequently employed in industrial processes that call for effective particle or pollutant removal, such as water treatment, oil and gas processing, chemical manufacture, paint production, food processing, and many other applications.

Compatibility with the filter bags, required flow rate and pressure capacity, material compatibility with the filtered fluid or gas, ease of installation and maintenance, and conformity to any industry standards or certifications are all things to take into account when choosing a bag filter housing.

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