High-performing fabric filters to reduce dust emissions

Our fabric filters are available in standard designs as well as highly-customised solutions: both options provide the highest dust and other particulate removal efficiency to meet strict emissions requirements.

Fabric filters are widely used in industrial applications in order to keep under control the level of emissions of dust at the outlet or at the stack to comply with local environmental regulation.

Process filters are , unlike the standard-ones, outcome of the optimization of multiple factors and they always have a highly customized design.


Plus of SWAP Technology:

  • Best efficiency in cleaning of long bags
  • Keep constant the pressure drops over time
  • Reduced consumption of compressed air thanks to the quick opening of the piston valves
  • Modular assembly
  • Shorter erection time

Roberto Binago
Business Unit Manager – APC

For general inquiries:
sales@ctp.mi.it or call +39(0)35 6968501

Feliciano Spina
Global Sales Director

For general inquiries:
sales@ctp.mi.it or call +39(0)35 6968501

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    Evolution is the key to enhance the value of the investment done today for the years to come. And you?

    Upgrade & retrofit any brand

    Increase of production, higher gas flow rate at inlet of the filter or stricter emissions regulation lead many customers to review and modernize existing emission control systems. We offer a range of cost-effective solutions to modernize the existing air pollution control systems: upgrade Fabric Filter and retrofit existing electrostatic precipitator any brands. Our experts study the best technological solution to meet our customers needs and save on equipment investment costs fostering valuable improvements of the whole system.

    In details:

    • Assessment analyse of the existing conditions.
    • Reuse any useful existing equipment in good conditions.
    • Smart erection in existing footprint.
    • Ensure the compliance with NEW local emission regulations

    Efficient cleaning system for bags up to 12m long

    In order to clean efficiently the bags inside the filter, we have suggested and installed in many projects our efficient Sonic Wave Acceleration Pulse (SWAP) technology. This proven low pressure technology for cleaning bags key-components of Fabric Filters consists in a sonic wave which travels all along the length of the bag at a velocity approx Mach 1. This technology keeps the full efficiency with bags up to 12m length and up to 30 bags in one single row, working online without the necessity to install dampers and isolate the compartment during the cleaning cycle.

    This technology is the winning alternative to the traditional high pressure cleaning system with Venturi.

    Highly customized design & Reliable technology

    Our experts design the process filter optimizing CAPEX and Filter Life Cycle Costs (LCC) to provide a reliable solution with performances guaranteed. This approach reduces at minimum the risk of lost in production and the other costs of ownership. The design phase is splitted in: Fluid dynamic analyse, gas cleaning efficiency optimization, operative costs for power consumption and bags replacement.

    Case histories and insights about process filter & SWAP technology


    Between tradition and advanced technology in ESP Replacement

    The flagship of CTP Team in the field of ESP replacement and conversion is represented by the switch from the traditional pulse-jet cleaning system to the SWAP technology: a proven low-pressure technology for cleaning bags consisting in a sonic wave which travels all along the length of the bag at a velocity approx. Mach 1.


    Grow Performances Reliability and Technology

    How is it possible to measure the gap between the present operation level of a system respect to the optimised one and decide how to proceed? How far is it convenient to go with the optimisation of a system?


    Improve baghouse performance – by Matteo Colombo

    How can the industrials ensure that the existing air pollution control (APC) system still performs within the threshold inlet parameters and this does not lead to premature wear of its internal components and uncontrolled energy consumption?