Filter Press Machines
Multotec has been in the solid/liquid separation business for over 40 years and supplies and manufactures world-class filter press machines and accessories to increase the rate of your separation and increase your process efficiency.
Multotec sources its filter press machines from Ishigaki, Seprotech and Siebtechnik. These international brands are supported by experienced and competent engineers with extensive application knowledge.
Multotec’s filter press machines are able to reduce processing times by up to 10 minutes, using only 8% of the drive-force demands of conventional hydraulic presses.
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Features of our filter press machines:
- All filter press machines are manufactured according to ISO 9001 standards
- Comprehensive filter press machine spec design and after-sales field service
- Filter press machines come standard with environmental compliance
- Self-washing press filter reduce downtime and manual intervention
- Lower drive pressures prolong apparatus life and improve safety
Multotec provides filter press machines for chemical and mineral processing, as well as solutions for coal or water treatment plants.
Improved safety and lower operating costs: Multotec’s filter press machines’ clamping force is drastically lower than conventional hydraulic filter presses, meaning the process environment is safer, while the reduced stress on components ensures longer equipment lifespan.
Automate your press’ internal cleaning: Multotec’s filter press machines have travelling spray bars that wash the entire filter cloth array simultaneously between each cycle in just 40 seconds.
After sales services: As a market-leading filter press machine specialist and mineral processing equipment company, Multotec’s solutions are supported by an extensive after sales service that includes inspections and maintenance agreements.
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