The yarns that run vertically or lengthwise in woven goods.
See INCHES OF WATER.
Strip of fabric sewn onto the bag to allow for abrasion by another bag or a part of baghouse.
The process of forming a fabric on a loom by interlacing the warp (length-wise yarns) and the filling (cross-wise yarns) with each other.
Normally indicated as the average weight per square yard of fabric. There is always a manufacturing tolerance on either side of this average weight which may range from 3% to 8% depending on the product. Example: A 16 oz. polyester felt has a weight tolerance of + 1 oz.
WET PROCESS DUST COLLECTOR
A dust collection system that sprays a water mist into the particulate-laden gas stream. The moisture increases particle weight and causes particulate agglomeration, allowing the dust to drop out and clean the air.
A fabric made on a loom by interlacing threads or yarns. Most often smooth and uniform in feel and appearance.