Press filters from Multotec – a global company with over 40 years’ experience in solid/liquid separation. This range of press filters systems is able to effectively and efficiently isolate solids and liquids in fully-automated, energy efficient press-separation cycles.
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Features of our press filter systems:
- Reclaim discharged minerals with unique press filter designs
- Fast, automated sludge separation
- Lower capital and operating costs
- Increase environmental compliance
- Comprehensive filter press spec design and after-sales field service
- Self-washing press filter reduce downtime and manual intervention
- Lower drive pressures prolong apparatus life and improve safety
- Manufactured according to ISO 9001 standards
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Leading design innovations for reliable, efficient solid/liquid separation:
Rapid separation times increase processing efficiency: The rapid filter press’ separation cycles are completed within 15-20 minutes – a decrease in processing time of up to 10 minutes, compared to conventional hydraulic presses – allowing maximum processing capability.
Automate your press’ internal cleaning: The rapid press filter contains internal travelling spray bars that wash the entire filter cloth array simultaneously between each cycle in just 40 seconds, eliminating excessive build-up of material residue and removing the need for manual intervention and unnecessary downtime.
Holistic service and maintenance support: Multotec offers strategic stockholdings and sustained, comprehensive field service and maintenance support by specially-trained engineers to ensure that your filter press operates at maximum productivity efficiency through total component maintenance and fast resolutions of service downtime.
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