Dura-Life® Filter Bags Provide Twice the Life Over Standard
540 g/m2 / 16 oz/yd2 Polyester Bags
Traditional 540 g/m2 / 16 oz/yd2 polyester bags are produced via a needling process that creates larger pores where dust can embed into the fabric, inhibiting cleaning and reducing bag life. Dura-Life bags are engineered with a unique hydroentanglement process that uses water jets to blend the fibers. This process creates a felt with smaller pores which keeps more dust on the surface of the filter resulting in better pulse cleaning and longer bags life.
Pleated Bags with Ultra-Web® SB Provide Longer Life and
For more than two decades, Donaldson Torit has advanced the proven Ultra-Web nanofiber technology. Ultra-Web provides a very fine, continuous fiber of 0.2 - 0.3 micron in diameter to form a web-like net that traps dust on the surface of the media. Combining Ultra-Web technology with a sturdy spunbond polyester substrate, Ultra-Web SB pleated bag filters provide longer life, reduced downtime and reduced emissions.
Ultra-Web SB Pleated Bag Benefits:
Q. What Is a Hydro-Entanglement Process?
A. Instead of a mechanical process using needles to entangle and compress polyester fibers into a felt material, the hydro-entanglement process uses jets of water to entable and compree the polyester fibers into felt. The process creates a material that is more uniform and provides better filtration.
Q. How Are Dura-Life Bags Different from Standard Polyester Bags?
A. Dura-Life bags are made from polyester material that is created through a hydro-entanglement process instead of a needle punch process. The hydro-entanglement process creates a more consistent and uniform filter material. The material is comparable in thickness to standard polyester, but weighs about 1/3 less. The fibers are smaller and the hydro-entanglement process creates a loftier and lighter weight fabric that filters more effectively.
A cost-effective, high performance alternative.