GlobalSpec has asked its users about the latest design trends and features related to Filtration Equipment. They have also shared their product applications and tips on how to buy and use these products.
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Q:
What would your design or feature "wish list" be for this product?
9 answers
Answers:
The design of filter press tried to be a modular system that the equipment owner always minimized the spare part inventory. We wish that it can be a car that trade like a commodity in the world. The plant owner / stake holder prefer to this filter press because it was proved in the process. Moreover, the brand and product can be found in certain university textbooks or journals.
~Lee See Peng Lee, Design and R&D Manager (Projects), Shah Alam, Malaysia
Something new to this industry. People have worked on cartridge filters to remove chill haze from whiskey and regenerate the cartridge but have not been successful. This is a challenge.
~Brian H, Marketing/Sales, Oldham, England
I suggest domnick hunter to change the valves position which will not react with sorrounding conditions
~Thiyagarajan K, Technical Support, CHENNAI, INDIA
Least energy consumption, cyclonic filtering that won't plug.
~Wayne, Everett, WA
Mechanical filters for water/ wastewater applications.
~Aldo G, Marketing/Sales, Iselin, NJ
Cost effective ultra filtration on domestic water unit.
~Manoharan V.MANOHARAN, Manufacturer, Salem Tamilnadu, India
Last for 5 years between change outs.
~Ron M, Process Engineer, Okmulgee, OK
I am on the decission on the design.
~Sawad H, Mechanical Engineer., Bangkok, Thailand
Automatic
~Chris J, Project Manager, Auckland, New Zealand

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Q:
Is there any advice you want to share with users to help them avoid common errors in selection or usage of industrial filtration equipment?
6 answers
Answers:
This industrial filtration is not new but it is growing moderately. I personally recommended a text book written by E.S. Tarleton (Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemical Engineering, Loughborough University, UK), R.J. Wakeman ( Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Loughborough University, UK)--" Solid / Liquid Separation: Equipment Selection and Process Design". It is very useful text book for me personally speaking.
~Lee See Peng Lee, Design and R&D Manager (Projects), Shah Alam, Malaysia
Yes, as in question 8 you need to look at what you want to achieve and get the right products to do this.
~Brian H, Marketing/Sales, Oldham, England
Check the structural engineering.
~Chris J, Project Manager, Auckland, New Zealand
Research what your needs are.
~Wayne, Everett, WA
Oversize your filter
~Ron M, Process Engineer, Okmulgee, OK
See above.
~Aldo G, Marketing/Sales, Iselin, NJ

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