Introduction of some relevant knowledge of filter press
The filter press has been developed for many years and is now widely used. What was the structural conception of the product when it was originally designed? Let’s take a closer look today.
When it comes to a filter press, we just think that what it must need is a filter cloth. In fact, in the entire filter press equipment, there are only filter cloths that can truly separate solids and liquids. The liquid adopts different effects respectively, so as to realize the separation of solid and liquid in the mixed liquid. Therefore, the importance of filter cloth to filter press equipment is self-evident. It can be said that without filter cloth, the equipment cannot play its role and effect, and it can also be said that there is no filter press equipment.
However, it is still not enough to have only filter cloths. If only the filter cloth equipment is a traditional filter, it cannot meet today’s high-efficiency and fast production requirements. Multiple filter cloths can be filtered and separated at the same time, so a filter press equipment with a filter chamber structure composed of multiple filter plates is used.
When the concept of the filter room, which is the core of the equipment, is completed, other auxiliary structures of the filter press need to be designed, such as the power system of the filter press equipment, such as the filter press equipment rack, and the filter press equipment control system, etc. . In fact, this is very simple. We only need to know that the filter press equipment can not work even if it has a filter chamber. This is because it needs the support and fixation of the frame, and then the power system needs to provide a pressure for the filter plate so that it can form In a relatively closed working environment, when the filter cake is fully stored in the equipment, the control system is required to process and control each part of the equipment to perform the unloading work. When the unloading is completed, the control system also restores the equipment to its original state for the next cycle.