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|Main Title||Test of fabric filtration materials /|
|Author||Koscianowski, J. R. ; Szablewicz, Maria|
|CORP Author||Institute of Industry of Cement Building Materials (Poland).;Industrial Environmental Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development,|
|Stock Number||PB-297 500|
|Additional Subjects||Air pollution control equipment ; Air filters ; Tests ; Cotton fabrics ; Polyester fibers ; Glass fibers ; Performance evaluation ; Field tests ; Filtration ; Nylon fibers ; Comparison ; Natural fibers ; Industrial wastes ; Combustion products ; Fabric filters ; Baghouses ; Aramidyl ; Nomex polymers|
|Collation||xi, 254 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|
The report describes pilot scale and laboratory tests of U.S. and Polish woven baghouse fabrics. Cotton, polyester, aramid, and glass fabrics were tested using cement, flyash, coal, and talc dusts at loadings of about 10 g/cu m, filtration velocities of 60 and 80 cu m/sq m, and ambient temperature and humidity. General conclusions reached were: (1) air permeability is a poor predictor of fabric performance, (2) fabric construction parameters do not correlate well with the resistance coefficient for fabrics Kl, (3) a critical value of pressure drop exists above which fissures are formed in the dust cake, (4) there is a maximum in the efficiency versus air-to-cloth-ratio curve which is related to fissure formation, and (5) cleaning properties of the fabric depend primarily on its chemical composition, the dust being filtered, and the superficial structure of the dust cake and fabric (they do not depend on air-to-cloth ratio).
Project Officer: James H. Turner. Institute of Industry of Cement Building Materials Public Law 480. "March 1979." "EPA-600/7-79-087."