Fabric Filters

For particulate removal, fabric filters offer a flexible alternative to electrostatic precipitators (ESPs), particularly when dust characteristics are challenging or variable.

Lower than 5 mg/Nm3 particulate emissions possible, greater than 99.97% particulates removal efficiency, high PM10 and PM 2.5 removal rate

Filters up to 12 meters tall for reduced footprint and operational costs

Large fuel flexibility and ability to handle varying boiler loads

GE offers both high ratio (pulse jet) and low ratio (reverse air) options, depending on the application. Fabric filters may be used stand-alone or integrated in Dry Flue Gas Desulfurization (DFGD) solutions (NID* or SDA), for dry scrubbing in the aluminum industry (Abart*), or as the principal and polishing filters in mercury control solutions (Mer-Cure* or Filsorption*).

  • Renowned Optipulse* filtration technology with gravimetric flow and Optipow* plunger valves for efficient bag cleaning
  • Stand-alone or integrated in multi-pollutant systems
  • Latest EFFIC controller and ProMo software for superior FF performance
  • The combination of Optipow valves and EFFIC controller on a new or existing FF provides better bag life compared to other available solutions

 



Product Specifications

Fabric Filters

Parameter Number
Types Pulse jet filters and Reverse air filters
Applications Power – Boilers and Heaters, Industry1
Power Capacity (MW) 10 to 1000
Gas Temperatures (°C) 25 – 260
Gas Flow Rate (m3/s) 10 - 1500
Dust Loading at FF inlet (g/Nm3) 2 – 100; for NID up to 2000
Emission at FF outlet (mg/Nm3) 5 – 50 wet @ operating O2 level (dry filterable particulate only), filterable PM only
Availability (%) Up to 99%
Bag Life Guarantee (Years) 1 to 6 depending on application and filter type

1 Industry- Cement: Kiln, Mills, Cooler; Auxiliary dedusting, Iron & Steel: sintering, pelletization, cast house, stock house, coke oven;

Biomass fired boilers; Waste to Energy plants; Pulp & Paper: lime kiln et.al.