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  • Combined Mechanical Filtration and Thermal Dehydration with a Filter Press (.pdf)
    Utilizing the latest technology in the solid/liquid filtration industry, the KLINKAU TCD-System (TCD-Thermal Cake Drying) combines mechanical filtration and thermal dehydration in a single process with a horizontal filter press. Dry matter contents of more than 99% can be achieved in a timely
  • Thin-Cake Filtration Theory (.pdf)
    In most industrial solid-liquid separation applications, the process steps of filtration, washing and dewatering (drying) are conducted on one filter. This paper describes the thin-cake filtration theory for these operations.
  • Differential Pressure Transmitters in Filtration Applications
    Differential pressure measurement is the difference in pressure between two points in a system. For filtration applications, the upstream side [A] is positioned before the filter [B], whereas the downstream side [C] is after the filter. A differential pressure sensor can be used to monitor
  • Custom Rubber Seals for Water Filtration Systems
    Water filtration systems remove impurities from water through physical barriers, chlorine disinfection, or ultraviolet (UV) light. In wastewater treatment plants, metal gates are bolted to concrete frames to control liquid flow and channel the effluent for disinfection. To prevent leakage, a rubber
  • A Six Sigma Approach to Evaluating Vacuum Filtration Technologies (.pdf)
    Solid-liquid separation can be accomplished by pressure or vacuum filtration in a batch or continuous mode. Generally, following filtration, the cake must be washed and subsequently dried to specifications. The technology choice process depends on a wide range of parameters, including the nature
  • Guidelines for Filtration
    Material contaminants can exist as gas, liquid or solid. A gas can either be dissolved or entrained in the fluid. A liquid, depending on its compatibility with the fluid, can be free, dissolved, or emulsified. The above types of contamination aggravate the abrasive wear in hydraulic components
  • Solid/Liquid Separation: Equipment Selection and Process Design
    Solid/Liquid Separation: Equipment Selection and Process Design. Written for the industrial process and chemical engineer, this book provides the detailed information on filtration equipment and media and is designed to be used frequently and referred to regularly in order to achieve better

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