Reverse Air Bag House is a dust collector, which accepts the dust/gases, filters it, collects the dust and discharges the clean air.
The dirty air enters the side of the hopper, large size of the dust particles will drop directly into the hopper and remaining passes through the collars and upto the filter bags. The dust remains deposited on the Filterbag. The air itself, however, does pass through the bag material and out through the top of the compartment.
At specific intervals, a cleaning cycle is initiated in which the air moving in the opposite direction is introduced. This reversed flow fall out the dust sticks on the bags. The dislodged dust drops in to the hopper and is removed by dust handling equipment.