The dust-laden air enters through suction from the bunker (positive pressure). The larger particulate dust is made to fall at the inlet with the help of MDSJ AIR specially designed deflector plate, while the smaller particulate dust is directed towards the bags. The dust moving towards the bags adheres to the outer surface of the bags. The dust accumulated on the outer surface of the bag is dislodged by a momentary pulse of high-pressure compressed air using specially selected injection elements. The clean air is then transported upwards over the top of the filter. This process is simply defined as filtration. The dust collected on the outer surface of the bag is removed by a high-pressure compressed air pulse at a predetermined cycle. Compressed air, coming from the pressurized air tank, is directed towards the manifold section through a specially selected pulse valve and then towards the bags underneath. The bags are inflated as the pressurized air enters, thereby dislodging the dust and dirty particles from the bag. The bag then returns to its original position, completing the cleaning process. Cage-like elements are used to support the bags. Dust particles slide towards the airlock valve from the sides of the hopper. MDSJ AIR considers various factors when selecting bag materials and cage supports.