Hopper refers to a device for temporarily storing dust collected by an air pollution control device.

Hoppers funnel solids into the solids handling system. There are two main types used on filtration systems: pyramidal and trough-type.

See also:
"Hopper" is in the UNSPSC Code "25121604"
Hopper rail cars

Ref: 124214/2006-09-26

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