A baghouse is usually composed of many long, slender bags that are hanging upside down in a large enclosure. The purpose of a baghouse is to remove particulate matter from the air by passing dust ridden air up through the bag, trapping the dust in the bag, and then forcing clean air out through the top of the bag.
A baghouse is a critical path item. Meaning, if your baghouse is down, your operation is down. A baghouse works to remove moisture while your combustion system works to heat material so that satisfactory drying is achieved.