BEFORE START OF ERECTION
Review drawings, become familiar with all components, check for correct orientation of inlet and outlet, etc.
Read all manufacturers literature before installing or operating any equipment supplied with baghouse.
Check bill of materials to be certain all parts were received. Store all hardware and miscellaneous parts in secure
area to avoid loss or theft.
Reference drawing no. GA3-20315-J-01, General Arrangement
Reference drawing no. GA3-20315-J-03, Jet Pulse Control
Two 40 ft. W18 X 50 beams are attached to the baghouse, one on each side, which serve as the baghouse support
and the mid section of the trailer. Special care must be taken when handling the baghouse to prevent any twisting
which could result in damage to the walls or tubesheet and possible air leakage into the baghouse or through the
tubesheet. Lateral support must be provided in both ends of the trailer beyond the baghouse to prevent this twisting.
Design, detailing, and supply of the front and rear of the trailer is by others.
The bags and cages are shipped installed by Griffin. Care must be taken when welding to the trailer frame to prevent
sparks from hitting the bags and burning a hole.
The Jet Pulse panel is to be wired to the main panel for power and to initiate cleaning. The differential pressure
transmitter must be wired to the main panel with a shielded cable.
A thermocouple is mounted in the baghouse outlet and must be wired to the main panel with shielded cable.
HOPPER\HOPPER SCREWS\TRAILER SCREW
Reference drawing no. GA3-20315-J-02, Screw Conveyor Assembly
Bolts and silicone sealant are provided for attaching the hopper, hopper screws and transfer screw to the bottom of the
The silicone sealant should be applied in a continuous bead on the hopper frame before bolting to baghouse, between
the bolt hole and the heel of the channel. Apply a generous amount to ensure an air tight seal.
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