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I am relocating to a new shop and need to build a baghouse for my 4 bag 20hp dustek.
Yes. You need to be sure you have the same or more square footage of filter area in your new bags. Search this forum/site for the name of a company that is recommended to make good filter bags in any size.
I once went from long and narrow to more bags (actually sleeves) but shorter in height. Oneida Air supplied them and they worked very well.
2nd for https://americanfabricfilter.com/
Pro-tip- buy twice as many as you need when you order and keep them around as back ups if you wear a set out, damage a single bag, have a spark, fire or any other such damage. This way you're back up and running immediately if you have any issue and not safety pinning, sewing and stapling fabric bags to stay in production. Or worse, be waiting around for bags to arrive. The filters come in small boxes so it's not like they take up a bunch of space.
+1 CURT CORAM