Pressure filters are operationally reliable filtration systems that use varying degrees of fineness of the filter bag to achieve a precise filtration of small to medium levels of pollution. The operation may occur in bypass, in full flow or as a control filter.
The core piece of the pressure filter is the pressure filter tank: The disposable filter bag is clamped bypass-free in a screen basket in the closed housing. The liquid flows through the bag and the dirt particles are held back in the bag.
The bags are made with nominal fineness levels of 1, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100 and 200 µm so that you can precisely adjust the filter to your requirements.
The devices are attached to a trough with a pump as a compact unit for bypass operation or are attached to a tank as a stand-alone filter unit.
With an emulsion, the flow rate is approximately 150 l/min (tank size 01) or 300 l/min (tank size 02).