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Air Filtration and Gas/Solid Separation Training by the American Filtration and Separations Society
Date:2/11/2010

ourse/fabricfilters.html" onclick="linkClick( this.href );" target="_blank" title="“Gas/Solid Separation with Fabric Filters”">“Gas/Solid Separation with Fabric Filters” introduces the attendee to the mechanisms of filtration, testing of fabric filter, testing of filter for dust retention, effect of nano fibers on filter performance, filtration of ultra fine particles, test methods for reverse pulse jet cleaning, evaluation of bag house for performance, effect of size distribution on the filter performance, types of cleaning, high temperature filtration, and case studies on evaluation of filter fabric for gas solid separation.

In “Gas/Solid Separation with Cyclones” attendees will discover the types of flow cyclones, performance characteristics, the effect of design variables on the performance of the cyclone, the effect of operating variables on the performance of the cyclone, the effect of inlet duct shape on cyclone performance, a checklist for evaluation of existing cyclone systems, the importance of Vortex breaker, uniflow cyclone performance, uniflow cyclone application, applications of reverse flow cyclone, and case studies in various industries.

All attendees of the short courses receive certificates and are awarded CEU credit.

There are a total of eleven courses with the other six courses related to water and liquid filtration and separation.

A listing of all the filtration and separation training courses. (March 22, 2010)


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