The pressure belt filter (PBF) is used for the filtration of liquids with the help of continuous-filter fabrics or filter fleeces. Compared to hydrostatically working filters, the pressure belt filter has the advantage that the filtration is performed at a higher pressure. In doing so, a higher throughput as well as a better drainage of the filter cake can be reached.
The filtration in the pressure belt filter takes place using a filter fabric made of plastic or with filter fleece, which is coordinated with the respective application In order to reach a higher filtration quality during the fine processing, the PBF can be e.g. aggraded with cellulose.
The effluent is pumped from above to the upper chamber and distributed on the entire filter surface (❶). The dirt settles down on the filter belt / filter fleece and forms the filter cake (❷). The filtrate flows downwards to the lower chamber (❸).
As the filter cake densifies, the flow resistance increases and the counter pressure increases in the filter chamber. When a limit value (end pressure) is exceeded the feeding is interrupted and regeneration is initiated.
Firstly, the remaining liquid is pressed with pressurized air through the filter belt/ filter fleece and the filter cake, through which it is drained. During the regeneration process the lateral flaps (❹) are opened and the belt with the filter cake is retracted, the dirt is removed (❺) and the clean belt is fed in again from the other side. Then the flaps close again and the filtration process restarts. When executed with an endless belt, the filter belt is cleaned additionally with a brush (❻) and a flushing device.
Our products are available to rent for pilot tests. Due to our extensive rental park, we can put together complete test systems individually for your task.
The pressure belt filter can be used as an independent compact device or in connection with a central system. Depending on the medium, it can be equipped with an endless belt or filter fleece.
The hinged belt filter is a smaller version of the pressure belt filter - for up to 60 m³/h throughput; for regeneration, the entire upper chamber is raised.
stainless steel 1.4301 / 1.4404
polyester, viscose, polypropylene
Alternative materials upon request
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