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Benefits of Using Precoat Filter Aid in Your Baghouse?

Monday, June 12, 2017

Your baghouse is an investment in your operation and United Process Control (UPC) recommends that you protect and pre-condition the filter bags and cartridges in your baghouse system with something that will enhance your investment. Precoat filter aid is just that. Precoat or precoat filter aid is a dry, chemically-inert, non-toxic, and easy to use… Read more »

Bernard C. Faulkner Appointed President and CEO

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

PORTSMOUTH, NH – May 23, 2017 – Micronics Filtration Holdings, Inc. announced today that Bernard C. “Bernie” Faulkner has been appointed President and CEO of the Micronics Engineered Filtration Group which consists of leading wet and dry filtration companies: Micronics, Inc., Southern Filter Media, C.P. Environmental, United Process Control, and the assets of AeroPulse. Prior… Read more »

Waste-to-Energy Facilities Benefit from Micronics’ Air Pollution Control Solutions

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

There are many market choices available for power generation here in the United States and the Micronics Engineered Filtration Group has a proud history of providing air pollution control solutions across this diverse range of technologies from serving Energy-from-Waste (Waste-to-Energy) facilities to facilities where energy is generated from fossil fuels including petroleum and coal. Municipal… Read more »

When to Consider a Baghouse Rebuild, Upgrade or Conversion

Monday, March 6, 2017

Thinking about undertaking a major capital investment project to upgrade your baghouse operation? Sometimes, changing the design of your baghouse can provide dramatic improvements to the efficiency of your baghouse operation without the need to replace all of the equipment. For instance, updating your system from a mechanical shaker baghouse or reverse-air dust collector to… Read more »

How Use of Sonic Horns Can Enhance the Effectiveness of Baghouse Operations

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Did you know that the use of acoustic vibrations (sound) has been an effective and well-accepted practice for fluidizing unwanted dust and agglomerated particulate in air pollution control and process equipment? The acoustic vibrations are produced with equipment known as sonic horns and they have been found to be particularly useful in reverse-air and shaker… Read more »