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Jet III Pulse Jet Dust Collectors (Metric) - Siemens Energy

Environmental Systems and Services - Air Pollution Control

Jet III Pulse Jet Dust

Collectors


Our solutions become standards

Siemens Wheelabrator

Jet III

Emissions from cement kilns Ventilation for two 43-ton ladle Particulate emissions from an

metallurgy stations

electric arc furnace’s canopy hood

and other building ventilation

points

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By working closely with our customers

to help solve their problems, we have

pioneered many pulse jet filtration

innovations that have achieved a number

of significant breakthroughs and

industrial application milestones.

Over the years, our Pulse Jet Dust

collectors have made important contributions

to controlling emissions for the iron

and steel, non-ferrous, coal-fired utility,

hazardous waste and trash-to-energy

industries.

Siemens Pulse Jet technology offers a

variety of designs, both custom and

pre-engineered, to meet specific needs.

Each system is designed for cost effective,

reliable performance. They have

been developed to clean emissions from

industrial processes ranging from 500

to 1,000,000 ACFM.

Applications

Foundry Processes

Steelmaking and Non-Ferrous

Processes

Secondary Metal Processes

Chemical and Mineral Processes

Utility or Industrial Coal-Fired Boilers

Municipal Solid Waste Incinerators

General Ventilation

Dryers, Coolers, Kilns

Emission from coal-fired boilers

at an oil refinery.


Emissions from a municipal solid

waste facility.

Pulse Jet Dust Collectors

Emissions from a pulverized coal

boiler.

Ongoing JET III research and

development

Siemens technical innovation and

extensive knowledge are the result of

our continuing commitment to product

research and development, building on

Wheelabrator brand technology.

One Source for Clean Air Technology

Because Siemens is a single-source

supplier for all aspects of fabric filter

systems, we can offer our customers the

right technology for their application.

This broad range of capabilities includes

process analysis, system design, erection,

start-up, and complete aftermarket

services with comprehensive technical

support, service, operator training and

replacement parts for our equipment.

Gaseous and fluoride emissions

from an aluminum reduction

plant.

Continuing support

Our Aftermarket Services Department

can:

Monitor, test and inspect your collector

on site

Train your operating and maintenance

personnel

Provide replacement parts

Upgrade or rebuild your equipment

For more information please contact us

at 1-800-327-8727.

Primary and secondary emissions

from an AOD vessel

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Heavy duty

housing

and hopper

construction

Siemens Wheelabrator

Jet III

Walk-in access

Double diaphragm valve

Pulse header

Dust discharge

Clean air plenum

Pulse manifold pipe

Inlet with gas

distribution baffle

Clean floor design

Filter bags


Tube sheet and bag attachment

Die-formed cups for added strength

Positive seal against dust leakage

Fast bag attachment without tools

Simple, one-step bagging

Improves clean-side work area

Pulse Jet Dust Collectors

Our Pulse Jet Dust Collector uses a

drawn-cup tube sheet. The tube sheet is

seal-welded into the housing to create a

positive seal.

The tube sheet features patented

“snap-ring” bag sealing and offers a fast,

one-man, one-step process for bag

installation. Our tube sheet, acting as

a natural bagging fixture, allows cage

insertion or removal directly from the

tube sheet and bags.

Venturi and cage

Designed and tested to reduce compressed

air consumption

Venturi self-aligns for easy installation

and efficient pulse cleaning

Simple interlock for rapid assembly

Quality bag support cages

The high-gain throat of the dust collector

venturi is capable of cleaning more

surface area of filter media with less

compressed air. This provides effective

cleaning of 6-inch diameter bags up

to16-feet long with the collector on

stream.

The venturi snap locks on the bag

support cage, which is then simply

inserted into an installed bag in the

tubesheet.

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Our pulse cleaning hardware is designed

to clean with minimum air consumption

for maximum energy savings. More filter

cloth area is cleaned with each pulse.

Field tested on tough industrial applications,

the cleaning system contributes to

prolonging filter bag life.

Header

The compressed air header is designed

for space saving, positive alignment and

convenient mounting of air valves.

Header assemblies are sectionalized to

permit local isolation for maintenance

without shutting down the entire system.

The system requires a low line pressure

for energy conservation.

Jet III Pulse cleaning system

Double diaphragm air valve

Siemens double diaphragm air valves

provide the power for cleaning up to

18 bags per row. Fewer valves per square

foot of cloth mean less maintenance

and fewer parts.

Manifold

Extensive research and development

by Siemens Wheelabrator has resulted in

a unique, energy efficient blow pipe for

pulse cleaning. The 1-1/2 inch diameter

manifold pipes are drilled with offset and

variable size holes to ensure maximum

even flow through all venturis. The fit

of the manifold with the plenum is

positive to maintain alignment. For bag

inspection and/or removal, the manifold

can be removed with minimum effort and

without special tools.

Simple design uses fewer parts

Easy to maintain

Reduces energy costs


PULSE FORCE, LBS.

Benefits

Manifold Optimization Curve

Variable orifice manifold force curve

Jet III On-line cleaning

Constant orifice

manifold force curve

Orifice position

Variable diameter holes in manifold pipe

equalizes the cleaning effectiveness for

each bag in a row.

Offset holes ensure air jet is loaded in

center throat section of venturis.

Maximizes compressed air utilization.

Improved cleaning of all bags, lowering

pressure drop and improving bag life with

less air consumption.

High collection efficiency, low energy

consumption

Our cleaning system has reserve power

that can be utilized during upset conditions,

such as higher dust loads. This

reserve power also reduces the cleaning

demand during normal operation.

The proprietary cleaning system has

been employed and proven on a

multitude of industrial applications.

Dirty air

Dust drop out

Gas and particulate distribution

The JET III utilizes an engineered sinto

diffusion-type baffle that reduces

particulate load to the filter bags by

deflection, impaction and downward

flow into the hopper. Unlike other

designs, the diffusion baffle is not

affected by centrifugal forces developed

in inlet elbows and turbulence with

angular entries. The JET III sinto baffle

has the advantage of operating the unit

at higher filter rates with heavier dust

loading, thus minimizing capital costs,

space and components.

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Siemens Wheelabrator Jet III Modular

series walk-in plenum design

CLOTH AREA (SQ. M)

E

UNIT

MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL

108 120 132 144 156

MODEL

168 A B C

D

MODEL

108

MODEL

120

MODEL

132

MODEL

144

MODEL

156

MODEL

168

912 TA-SB 147 164 180 196 213 229 1931 2540 2077 3906 9662 10272 10881 11491 12100 12710

1212 TA-SB 196 218 240 262 283 305 2540 2540 2077 3906 9662 10272 10881 11491 12100 12710

1512 TA-SB 245 273 300 327 354 382 3150 2540 2610 4439 10195 10805 11415 12024 12634 13243

1812 TA-SB 294 327 360 393 425 458 3760 2540 3137 4966 10722 11332 11942 12551 13161 13243

CLOTH AREA (SQ. M)

E

UNIT

MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL

108 120 132 144 156

MODEL

168 A B C

D

MODEL

108

MODEL

120

MODEL

132

MODEL

144

MODEL

156

MODEL

168

915 TA-SB 184 204 225 245 266 286 1931 3150 2601 4430 10186 10795 11405 12015 12624 13234

1215 TA-SB 245 273 300 327 354 382 2540 3150 2601 4430 10186 10795 11405 12015 12624 13234

1515 TA-SB 307 341 375 409 443 477 3150 3150 2601 4430 10186 10795 11405 12015 12624 13234

1815 TA-SB 368 409 450 491 531 572 3760 3150 3137 4966 10722 11332 11942 12551 13161 13770


Siemens Wheelabrator Jet III Modular

series roof access door design

MODEL

UNIT 108

912 RA-SB 147

1212 RA-SB 196

1512 RA-SB 245

1812 RA-SB 294

MODEL

120

164

218

273

327

CLOTH AREA (SQ. M)

MODEL

132

180

240

300

360

MODEL MODEL

144 156

196

262

327

393

213

283

354

425

MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL

168 A B C D

108

120 132

144

156

168

229

305

382

458

1931

2540

3150

3760

2617

2617

2617

2617

2150

2150

2610

3137

CLOTH AREA (SQ. M)

E

UNIT

MODEL MODEL

108 120

MODEL

132

MODEL

144

MODEL

156

MODEL

168 A

B

C

D

MODEL

108

MODEL

120

MODEL

132

MODEL

144

MODEL

156

MODEL

168

915 RA-SB 184 204 225 245 266 286 1931 3226 2677 4506 8163 8468 8773 9078 9383 9687

1215 RA-SB 245 273 300 327 354 382 2540 3226 2677 4506 8163 8468 8773 9078 9383 9687

1515 RA-SB 307 341 375 409 443 477 3150 3226 2677 4506 8163 8468 8773 9078 9383 9687

1815 RA-SB 368 409 450 491 531 572 3760 3226 3137 4966 8624 8929 9233 9538 9843 10148

3979

3979

4439

4966

7636

7636

8097

8624

7941

7941

8402

8929

8246

8246

8706

9233

E

8551

8551

9011

9538

8856

8856

9316

9843

9160

9160

9621

10148

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10

Siemens Wheelabrator Jet III Extended

series walk-in plenum design

CLOTH AREA (SQ. M)

E

MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL

UNIT 108 120 132 144 156 168 A B C

D 108

120

132

144 156

168

F G

2115 TA-SB 429 477 525 572 620 668 4369 3150 2667 4833 10497 11107 11716 12326 12935 13545 2337

2415 TA-SB 491 545 600 654 709 763 4979

2642

2715 TA-SB 552 613 675 736 797 859 5588

2947

3015 TA-SB 613 681 750 818 886 954 6198

3252

3315 TA-SB 675 750 825 899 974 1049 6808

3556

3615 TA-SB 736 818 899 981 1063 1145 7417

3861

3915 TA-SB 797 886 974 1063 1152 1240 8027

2794 2744

4215 TA-SB 859 954 1049 1145 1240 1336 8636

3099 2744

4515 TA-SB 920 1022 1124 1227 1329 1431 9246

3099 3353

4815 TA-SB 981 1090 1199 1308 1417 1526 9856

3404 3353

5115 TA-SB 1043 1159 1274 1390 1506 1622 10465

3709 3353

5415 TA-SB 1104 1227 1349 1472 1595 1717 11075 3150 2667 4833 10497 11107 11716 12326 12935 13545 3861 3658

CLOTH AREA (SQ. M)

E

MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL

MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL MODEL

UNIT 108 120 132 144 156 168 A B C D

108

120

132

144

156

168

2117 TA-SB 487 541 595 649 703 757 4369 3556 2998 5163 10827 11437 12046 12656 13266 13875

2417 TA-SB 556 618 679 741 803 865 4979

2717 TA-SB 626 695 764 834 904 973 5588

3017 TA-SB 695 772 849 927 1004 1081 6198

3317 TA-SB 764 850 934 1019 1105 1189 6808

3617 TA-SB 834 927 1019 1112 1205 1297 7417

3917 TA-SB 904 1004 1104 1205 1305 1406 8027

4217 TA-SB 973 1081 1189 1297 1406 1514 8636

4517 TA-SB 1043 1159 1274 1390 1506 1622 9246

4817 TA-SB 1112 1236 1359 1483 1607 1730 9856

5117 TA-SB 1182 1313 1444 1575 1707 1838 10465

5417 TA-SB 1251 1390 1529 1668 1807 1946 11075 3556 2998 5163 10827 11437 12046 12656 13266 13875

F G

2337

2642

2947

3252

3556

3861

2794 2744

3099 2744

3099 3353

3404

3709

3861

3353

3353

3658


Siemens Wheelabrator Jet III Extended

series roof access door design

CLOTH AREA (SQ. M)

UNIT

MODEL

108

MODEL

120

MODEL

132

MODEL

144

MODEL

156

MODEL

168 A B C D

MODEL

108

MODEL

120

2115 RA-SB 429 477 525 572 620 668 4369 3226 2744 4909 8567 8871

2415 RA-SB 491 545 600 654 709 763 4979

2715 RA-SB 552 613 675 736 797 859 5588

3015 RA-SB 613 681 750 818 886 954 6198

3315 RA-SB 675 750 825 899 974 1049 6808

3615 RA-SB 736 818 899 981 1063 1145 7417

3915 RA-SB 797 886 974 1063 1152 1240 8027

4215 RA-SB 859 954 1049 1145 1240 1336 8636

4515 RA-SB 920 1022 1124 1227 1329 1431 9246

4815 RA-SB 981 1090 1199 1308 1417 1526 9856

5115 RA-SB 1043 1159 1274 1390 1506 1622 10465

5415 RA-SB 1104 1227 1349 1472 1595 1717 11075 3226 2744 4909 8567 8871

MODEL

132

9176

9176

E

MODEL

144

9481

9481

MODEL

156

9786

9786

MODEL

168 F G

10091 2337

2642

2947

3252

3556

3861

2794

3099

3099

3404

3709

10091 3861

2744

2744

3353

3353

3353

3658

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The information in this document contains

general descriptions of the technical

options available, which may not apply in

all cases. The required technical options

should therefore be specified in the

contract.

Published by and copyright © 2012:

Siemens Energy, Inc.

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