McLanahan introduces filter press line

By |  July 30, 2012

McLanahan Corp. has launched its first line of filter presses, eliminating the need for slurry ponds and a full-time operator. McLanahan says the presses produce dry cakes and use fewer chemicals.

The filter press technology treats the underflow of a thickener, clarifier or other waste and dewatering processes. Both overhead-beam and side-beam designs are options, and both designs can feature either recessed chamber filter plates or membrane filter plates, with a wide range of available pressures ranging from 225 to 725 psi. Other options are core blow systems and automatic wash systems.

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