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Main Title Appendices to Handbook of Fabric Filter Technology. Volume II. Fabric Filter Systems Study.
CORP Author GCA Corp., Bedford, Mass. GCA Technology Div.
Year Published 1970
Report Number GCA-TR-70-17-G-Vol-2; CPA-22-69-38; 0691;
Stock Number PB-200 649
Additional Subjects ( Gas filters ; Reviews) ; ( Handbooks ; Gas filters) ; ( Air pollution control equipment ; Gas filters) ; ( Dust filters ; Reviews) ; Fabrics ; History ; Manufacturers ; Marketing ; Design criteria ; Mechanical efficiency ; Adhesion ; Equipment specifications ; Humidity ; Cost estimates ; Capital costs ; Filter materials ; Maintenance ; Particles ; Aerosols ; Fabric filters ; Air pollution control
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-200 649 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 228p
Some of the areas covered by the appendices contained in the report include: Tabulation of the early history of the use of fabrics for dust and fume filtration; Principal U.S. manufacturers of cloth filter dust and fume collectors; Estimated 1968 and 1969 fabric filter sales; Estimate of the fabric filter market; Fabric filter applications in the non-metallic minerals industry; Force of adhesion between sphere and cylinder in liquid contact; Specific dust fabric filter resistance coefficients; Fabric filter manufacturers' summary, 1969; Glossary of fabric terminology; Some inorganic and metal fibers potentially suitable for high temperature filtration or control of electrostatic effects in fabrics; Chart of fiber properties, and electrical resistance vs. humidity; 1969 suppliers list, filter fabrics and related materials plus supplier brochures; Hopper configuration bibliography; Selected references on liquid filtration; Development of operating equations for the multicompartment collector; Field performance data for selected fabric filter installations; Costs of specific fabric filter applications, Troubleshooting checklists; Operational problem category analysis; Maintenance problems encountered in the development of new applications.