Are You Experiencing Any of These Common “Filtering” Issues? Cake Sticking to the Filter Cloths This can cause excessive time to discharge the filter cake. Debris causing more frequent filter cloth washing can lead to the need to change the cloths more
High-quality filtration equipment is essential to a wide range of industries, from hydraulic fracturing (produced water) to industrial laundry. And while filter presses are ordinarily built to last, everyday use is sure to take a toll on even the toughest machines. That’s
Outfitting your filter press with the correct filter cloths is essential for effective performance. The cloth itself plays a fundamental role in the filtration process, serving as the starting point for the filter cake that will eventually do most of the filtering.
A filter press is a piece of batch operation, fixed volume equipment ranging from .01-600 cubic feet that separates liquids and solids using pressure filtration. A slurry is pumped into the filter press and dewatered under pressure. (A slurry is
Often the effectiveness of an industrial filter press is judged based on the clarity of the liquid exiting the filter. Of course, for many industrial processes the flow rate, or how fast the liquid can be filtered, is critical as well.
Depth filters are innovative pieces of technology that allow particles to collect throughout the medium, not just on the surface. The filter cloth is an integral part of the filter press, collecting particles to separate solids from liquids. What Sets Depth
If you’re in a business where part of your industrial process involves separating solids and liquids, you’re most likely familiar with the filter press. Filter cloths are a necessary component of the filter press. They form the first contact point with
Since filter presses are useful across a wide range of industries and applications—chemical processing, lime softening, produced water treatment, concrete wastewater treatment, metal finishing, laundry and car wash wastewater recycling, and many more—it is important to know a little more
M.W. Watermark™ offers a variety of options for the management and disposal of sludge. These options are designed to work with a filter press and include leg extensions, discharge chutes, platforms, cake hoppers, screw conveyors and drip trays. The sludge
In order to better serve our customers, M.W. Watermark maintains a comprehensive inventory of replacement parts for most filter press manufacturers. Please visit our filter press parts web page to learn more about the parts we offer, along with retrofit