Business Type : Manufacturer, Exporter, Supplier
|Thickness||0-50cm, 100-150cm, 150-200cm|
|Certification||CE Certified, ISO 9001:2008|
|Flow Range||0-200cfm, 200-400cfm, 400-600cfm|
|Country of Origin||India|
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|Location||Anywhere in India|
Patented Rotary Filter with simple and safe handling, suitable for almost all applications.
Constant pressure and process consistency
The SFneos Filtration Systems work continuously, process and pressure constant. They can be used for almost all applications and are characterized by their compact design and simple and safe handling. Several screens can be changed at the same time during a screen change process. Screen changes do not have any influence on the product quality.
Specially designed for PVC processing and recycling applications
The Rotary Technology has been used successfully in PVC processing and PVC recycling applications for more than 30 years. The SFpvc Filtration Systems have been specially designed for thermally unstable and chemically aggressive processes such as those occurring in PVC recycling. The rheologically optimised filtration systems with their dead-zone free melt channel design and short flow path allow gentle processing.
The advantages of the SFneos Filtration System
Mode of operation
When a pressure increase upstream of the filter due to contamination is registered, the filter disk is indexed by means of a pneumatic drive. This guarantees that the free screen area is always kept constant and that the pressure variation in front of the filter is < 1.5 bar.
The filter disk – on which the screen cavities are located in a ring pattern – rotates between the two filter blocks. To change the screens, the safety cover has to be opened. The production process is not disturbed by the screen change procedure. Thanks to the modular design of this filtration system, it is possible to replace the few wearing parts (such as heater elements and bearing bushings) during operation. Continuous production over many years is thus made possible.