2.Design your system to evenly distribute the gas and dust to all areas of the baghouse and never store dust for long periods in the hoppers.
4.Make sure the system is compatible with your plant’s O&M procedures and requirements
6.Develop start-up and shutdown procedures to protect your bag site and abide by them
7.Establish and maintain the required bag cleaning energy and frequency to stabilize system pressure-drop without over cleaning
8.Monitor and maintain historical records of key system parameters on a regular basis to assess system stability
9.Identify and solve problems early, before they snowball
10.When in doubt---go to a lower G/C ratio