Flow-dynamic dust separation
Filtrabit’s patented innovation is based on flow dynamics. The technology enables industrial clients to reduce their PM2.5 emissions to meet strict regulation and health standards.
The modular units are serially manufactured and portable, allowing for one-day installation without the need for building permits – as well as exact tailoring and retrofitting of capacity.
Instead of traditional baghouse technology, that is vulnerable to clogging and tearing, Filtrabit’s solution is built from steel capable of handling extreme temperatures. It can be operated continuously, with practically no need for maintenance.
Material and energy efficiency
Filtering hot gas flows
Allows customers to recover heat and rapidly repay the investment.
Can be recovered for reuse for further economic and environmental benefits.
No changing of filters
Means less waste generated and lower total cost of ownership.
- Gas temperature of up to +1,000°C.
- Units ranging from 1,200 to 4,800 mᶟ/h flow capacity.
- Smallest separated particle size of 0.5 μm.
- The Filtrabit device is smart: it continuously collects functional data in the cloud for analysis.
- It enables predictive maintenance: algorithms will notice abnormal trends well in advance of issues.
- Able to monitor the industrial plant’s production process and changes to it by measuring various data points.
- Superior logistics and installation speed: one-day plug and play.
- Flexible placement: no building permit required. Industrially manufactured, serially produced.
- More units can be installed parallel for just the right capacity.
- A replacement unit can be brought on site if another is undergoing maintenance.
Flow-dynamic dust separation is the new standard for industries that generate heavy, dry and fine dust from sand, dusty material handling, slag, welding, metal grinding and cutting operations with laser or gas, etc.
Examples of customers include steel mills, foundries, machine shops, factories, power plants and stone processing companies.
Coking plants at steel mills are prime examples of high dust producing environments where the ability to filter hot gas flows provides significant savings and carbon emission reduction.
Multiple stages of the cement making process produce dust and other particulate matter, including the handling of sand and high-temperature kilns. Recovered dust can be immediately reused as raw material.
Power & Heat
Burning of coal, waste or other fuels for power and heat production generates large volumes of particulate matter, often near population dense areas, that need to be effectively filtered.
Mining & Quarries
Working with stone necessarily produces a lot of heavy dust, with even greater demand for modularity and portability due to operating in an environment that is changing over time.