From inspection programs to conversion opportunities, Parker has a wide range of field services to support your dust collection system.
We help ensure your next outage is a success because:
Only one purchase order is required to have your baghouse completely refurbished and having one company responsible for all aspects of the change out reduces the hassle of coordinating bags and crews.
Our inspection programs include Findings & Recommendations (F&R) and Detailed Technical Inspection (DTI). Two thorough inspection programs focused on specific areas of your baghouse system. In addition our Strategic Technical Evaluation Program (STEP), which is a complete ventilation system analysis.
Advantages and Benefits of a STEP Audit:
If the filter is representative of the filters in your collector, it can be beneficial in assessing performance and mitigating baghouse issues. However, the filter evaluation cannot absolutely determine filter life but can give basic knowledge of where in the life cycle the filters are located.
Standard Filter Analysis
Custom Analysis is also available, and we will evaluate filter performance trend analysis over time
Our crews put safety first, meet outage timelines, and ensure a leak free installation on all types of filters for pulse-jet, reverse air, shaker and all types of baghouses.
Only one purchase order is required to have your baghouse completely refurbished and having one company responsible for all aspects of the change out reduces the hassle of coordinating bags and crews. Parker is here to help ensure your next outage is a success. Let us know how we can help you.
Regardless of the start-up process, we can help bring the filters on-line properly through multiple or single compartment baghouses with any type of filter media. Cement, power, foundry or any other industry, let us assist with the experience we have gained through the years.
Baghouse startup procedures will vary from application to application and different types of baghouses. We can help you get off to a great start with our expertise. For conventional filtration medias, the importance of the dust cake as the primary mode of filtration is paramount. For hot gas applications there are other critical areas that need to be monitored, in particular if there are multiple compartments or single compartment units. Start-up services for combustion processes have a different set of consideration during this process.
Changing your baghouse design can often dramatically improve its operation and the operation of the entire production line. Updating from a reversed air or shaker to a pulse jet can increase airflow, reduce down time and maintenance costs. It can also save power required for the ID fan therefore reducing electrical costs.
Baghouse inspections from experienced, well-informed experts are vital to ensuring the investment you make in your system will achieve your business objectives.
Prior to making recommendations for a baghouse conversion or rebuild a proper inspection that analyzes all aspects of the baghouse is a must. Every aspect from the timeframe the baghouse went online, to the layout, design volume, inlet temperature, gas volume required to vent the system, total filtration area, problems and opportunities to improve system performance needs to be studied. Sometimes simple changes can solve persistent baghouse filtration issues, or even help a marginal system become more reliable and efficient.
Following your decision on next steps, whether you decide to repair, rebuild, replace units or convert we can help with execution of plans and ensuring the plans deliver the results. We have full-service crews to install your conversions and upgrades, highly experienced technical advisors and dedicated project managers that help to ensure your conversion and system projects finish on time and on budget.
Parker is the leader in dust collection systems and we can help you maximize your productivity and find a reliable solution that works. Contact us today to find quality baghouse filters suppliers to get started. Also, download our Troubleshooting Guide to learn a few simple steps you can take to ensure your system is efficient and cost effective.