Pieonc DJL Series (19,500-80,000 CFM)


Pieonc DJL Series

Large Size Fabric Filters

Heavy 12 gauge welded construction and reinforcing bars provides rigid and rugged housing/hopper assembly. Standard construction braced for 15″ w.c. Supports are structural members with cross bracing.

Hoppers are available in trough, single pyramid or multi-pyramid designs. Different inlet locations can be left or right end, or top down through the roof.

Custom configurations (square, rectangular or round), including other bag diameters/lengths, available to match specific requirements.

Handrails and ladders are shipped loose for installation at site by purchaser.


Twin power super sonic nozzles provide twice the dinetic energy per unit of compressed air for a greater cleaning jet (reverse air) formation, doubling rating per filter bag.

Cleaning jet design reduces main cause of bag wear and dust penetration, re-entrainment of dust from bags in cleaning mode to bags in filtering mode.

High-strength inlet deflectors protect bags from impact wear caused by high inertia dust particles.

Integral droupout and distribution chamber removes high-inertia paprticles, reducing dust load on filter elements.

Maximum opening in bag mouth minimizes pressure drop through bag mounting plate, eliminating the power-robbing venturies of other designs.

Twin mounting provisions with snap band collars and positive hold-down frames provide self-compensating seal systems between dirty and clean sides of bags.

Twin rows of filter bags permit easy-to-handle narrower access doors and allow greater reinforcing between doors for maximum roof stiffness. Doors with high resiliency seals and O-ring type limited deflection design gives ideal sealing prressure on mating surfaces.

Double spacing on every other row of bags helps minimize potential bridging from irregular dusts such as food, paper, and many chemicals. Inspection of worn or damaged bags is also made easier fromt eh dirty air side.

Bag diameter is 4.5″ x 96″ with optional 120″ length. This universal size (introduced in 1960) provides the most area per cubic unit of volume.