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Membrane Filter Press Dedicated for Steel Waste Water

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    Jiangsu

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    Long-term effective

  • Last update:

    2018-07-22 18:49

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    469

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Jiangsu Xingxin Separation Equipment Manufacturing Co.,Ltd

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Membrane filter press dedicated for steel waste water

It is provided for sludge deslagging of converter waste water, cold rolling waste water, hot rolling waste water, pickling waste water and integrated waste water.

Membrane filter press, featured by high pressing pressure, good corrosion resistance, convenient maintenance, safety and reliability, is a preference for customers in steel waste water.

The principle difference of membrane filter press, compared with general chamber filter press, lies in two elastic membranes (compound rubber membrane is a whole membrane) added at both sides of filter plate.

Macromolecule elastomer membrane filter plate consists of core plate and membrane with different materials, the core plate is made from modified polypropylene, the membrane is made from TPE materials. The core plate and membrane plate are compounded and formed through high-temperature melting and pressing by special plastic welder, featuring good elasticity, excellent sealing performance, high strength and free of water leakage. The sealing performance between filter plates are flawless, and air intake pressing will be adopted after the filtration, reducing the water content in solid.

Over the course of operation, high-pressure fluid medium can be injected into membrane plate after completion of feeding, then the whole membrane will summon up to oppress the filter cake for further dewatering, which is known as compression filtration.

  

  

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