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Industrial minerals industry

The EMC dust collector technology from Scheuch allows you to quickly and automatically isolate eventual bag failures without shutting down your cement production process. This technology has a clear advantage over conventional solutions and enables consistent, efficient but smart cleaning of each individual filter bag across the entire length of the system.

Total cost of ownership considerations include:

  • Reduce costly compressed air expenses
  • Consistent cleaning reduces the lifecycle costs
  • Maximize footprint with bag lengths available up to 40 feet

To learn how to achieve 99.9% uptime, call us today 844-724-3824



Learn more about Scheuch emc-technology for National Cement Company in Ragland, Alabama



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National Cement Company, Ragland Alabama



To keep the air clean

Scheuch is a global provider of innovative air pollution control systems serving many industries, including industrial minerals and cement.

Scheuch has been delivering proven, efficient and innovative solutions for particulate, NOx, CO, VOC and Mercury abatement to the cement industry since 1963.

Long bag technology maximizes
filtration in a smaller footprint
EMC technology improves plant operations and reduces operating costs
Adapting a solution to fit the existing footprint

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Scheuch North America Headquarter

9732 Pflumm Road
Lenexa, KS 66215

Phone: 844-724-3824

Scheuch North America, 8770 Commerce Park Place, Indianapolis, IN 46268,

We provide systems for maintaining clean air

Innovative air and environmental technology for industrial applications has been Scheuch‘s stock in trade for 50 years now. Whether the solutions involve extraction, dedusting, conveying, flue gas purification or plant manufacturing, Scheuch is a leading expert with a pole position on the market in numerous sectors, and offers its customers application-specific, high-quality solutions to their air and environmental technology issues.