Dustube too slack.
Dustube ring not fully expanded.
Dustube with too much slack.
Snap ring not fully expanded (see figure 21). Bag will leak dust, and may come out of cell plate. Some tight rings
may he forced to fit by pounding, but chances are the ring will be bent beyond repair.
Bag too slack (see figure 22 and 23). Bag will not shake out properly. Bag may fill up completely with dust.
Bag too tight (taut, without recommended slack). Extreme loads on fabric, hook, and shaker mechanism. May
cause early mechanical failures.
On strap-top bags only, strap improperly threaded (bag hanging from wrong bar of hook) or loose end of strap not
properly secured. May result in fallen bag or cloth wear.
GENERAL INFORMATION ON DUSTUBES
INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL:
When an inside shaker device is used, the tubes next to the shaker device should be turned at a 45 angle to secure
proper operative clearance. Care should be used to keep the vertical seams of the tubes straight and not twisted.
A tube improperly installed makes the entire installation ineffective; defeats the purpose of the collector. It is not enough to
"stuff" the tube into a cell hole in a haphazard manner, or try to pull the expanded spring upward into a cell hole. (This
is permissible only to straighten a tube after being installed).