Polypropylene has been used for decades as an air filter in industrial baghouses. Its strength, elasticity, and resiliency make it a popular fabric choice in filtration. Polypropylene Baghouse Filter bags have excellent resistance to a broad range of chemicals. It’s an affordable option compared to other filter bags in the market and thrives best in low operating temperatures of 195°F (90°C) with surges up to 210°F (100°C).
Polypropylene as a fiber is naturally hydrophobic, which means it does not absorb moisture. In filtration, Albarrie’s Polypropylene Custom Baghouse Filter Bags have a very high resistance to acids, alkalis, and organic solvents in different baghouse environments.