The Filter Press Working Principle
The filter press is a mechanical device that uses a special filter medium to apply a certain pressure to the object to make the liquid dialysis out. It is a commonly used solid-liquid separation equipment, which is widely used in sewage treatment systems in our environmental protection and other industries. As a professional sewage treatment company, the structure and working principle of the filter press in sewage treatment equipment will be explained below.
The working principle of filter press
The working principle of the mud filter press is to pass the mixture through a series of filtration steps to remove solid particles and liquids in order to achieve effective treatment of mud. Firstly, the mixture is fed into the feed port of the filter press and then passed through a filter frame. This frame usually consists of a series of filter plates arranged in parallel, each filter plate has a hole whose size can be adjusted as required.
During the filtration process, solid particles in the mixture block the pores of the filter plate, preventing liquid from passing through. Over time, more and more solid particles will become clogged on the filter plate, causing a gradual increase in pressure. When the pressure reaches a certain level, the filter plate will deform, thereby extruding the solid particles into the lower collection container. In this way, after many cycles of filtration and extrusion, most of the solid particles will be separated. The filtered liquid then follows the channels inside the filter frame to the outlet and is collected in a container. If further treatment or recycling is required, these liquids can be processed through corresponding pipelines or equipment.
It should be noted that the operation process of the mud filter press needs to be adjusted according to the specific design and requirements. Different application areas may require different filtering parameters and device configurations. Therefore, before using the mud filter press, you should carefully study the relevant technical specifications and operating guidelines to ensure the correct use and maintenance of the equipment.