Dillman Baghouse for Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities
With ever increasing specifications, dust handling has become a critical component in all asphalt plant operations. With that in mind, Dillman Equipment has designed the Dillman Reverse Pulse™ baghouse. Modular in design, the Dillman baghouse can be fitted to your exact size requirements. The Dillman Reverse Pulse™ baghouse is available in a range of sizes from 5,000 to over 100,000 ACFM. It is a ruggedly constructed system; manufactured out of 3/16” corrosion resistant steel plating.
Features & Benefits
- Modular design can be fitted to exact size requirements
- A range of sizes are available for 5,000 to over 100,000 ACFM
- Portable and Stationary Configurations
- Collect coarse fines and small fines separately to minimize wear
- 14 oz. Aramid bags capture particles
The low profile Dillman portable baghouse is built on a heavy-duty tri-axle frame with operating components already pre-mounted for easy placement. This single load system is easy to operate and easy to maintain.
Stationary facilities provide a high degree of flexibility for customized layouts and special features. The Dillman stationary baghouse features massive, weight distributing, pyramid style supports that provide a solid foundation for the entire baghouse system.
Fines CollectionA Dillman baghouse includes a primary dust system to collect the coarse fines. These fines are then available to be returned to the mix, stored or wasted as needed. Collecting the coarse and small fines separately minimizes wear to components.
Quick and FlexibleThe Dillman baghouse offers stationary units for design and performance flexiblility and portable units for quick set up and mobility. The design of the baghouse collects coarse fines and small fines separately to minimize wear of baghouse components.
AIRFLOW - Reverse Pulse Baghouse
- Gas stream exits the drum mixer or dryer through duct work and passes through the inertial separator.
- The air stream flows through the inertial separator which removes coarse particles.
- Air flow moves through baffle plates knocking down any “heavy dust” that can prematurely wear bags and cages.
- Rotating indexing systems prevents “puffing” and dust release to the stack. The unique rotating nozzle assembly ensures sequential isolation and cleaning of each row of bags.
- Dirty air travels through the row of 14oz. Aramid bags, capturing the particles.
- Reverse pulse air causes the bags to expand and expel the collected dust cake from the surface of the bag. The dust is thoroughly flushed into the collection hopper.
- Dust settles in the bottom of the hopper and then is removed by one or more screw augers to be stored, reintroduced or wasted.
- Powerful auger and drive system promotes quick and easy waste removal.
- Precision-balanced, backward-curved dual-drive fan assemblies offer a wide range of operating conditions with higher efficiencies than other fan designs. Airflow is controlled by vane dampers or variable speed drives (optional).
- Clean air exits exhaust stack.