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Requirement A power generation plant uses a baghouse filtration design as part of its pollution control system. Normal operation calls for routinely closing o chambers in the filtration system, using pneumatic cylinders. They needed an assembly that could integrate all the required pneumatic components in a single unit for full, unrestricted functionality. This required durable cylinders that could provide repeatable, immediate response and a design that could be adapted for various applications. Solution IMI Precision Engineering met this challenge using IMI Norgren A and J Series NFPA cylinders with externally mounted valves, air filtration components and electrical junction boxes. This provides faster response time and reduced air consumption. The space-saving design and reduced number of control wires make it simple to install and easy to adapt to other applications. The baghouse cylinder uses a mechanical lockout feature to isolate particular chambers in the filtration system for maintenance. Baghouse Cylinder Helps Plant Control Pollution © Norgren, Inc. 2015 Location: USA Customer: Power generation plant Key benefit: Integrated design simplifies set up Case study Engineering GREAT Solutions

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