This type of filtration – which requires the use of adjuvants like diatomaceous earth as a filtration support – is particularly suitable for roughing and processing the lees after fermentation.
The Spadoni DCBL horizontal plate filter (F-16) is the first in its category with a rod and a shock-absorbing tilting system that allows for easy and safe removal of the filtration bell.
And it is exactly through the patented tilting system, in fact, that the Spadoni DCBL filter can offer quick and easy cleaning and maintenance: all it’s needed is to remove the clamped lid and clean the filter pack, with a minimum amount of water.
In continuous flooding filters with horizontal plates, the filtration of the liquid occurs when the liquid is passed through filtering plates with large pores coated with sticky substances that further reduce the pore’s size thus performing the filtering action.
Amongst the most common sticky substances we find cellulose and rock or silicate powders.
The device is built entirely of 18-10 stainless steel (AISI 304) with filter discs in stainless steel Reps fabric; electric pump, stainless steel pipes and valves, diaphragm pump for dosing diatomaceous earth, recovery of the residual liquid through the last filter disc, quick and easy cleaning of the filter pack, without disassembling the pipes. In detail:
|Model||Filtering surface (mq)||Production (Hl/h)||Power (Kw)||Lenght (mm)||Width (mm)||Height (mm)||Weight (Kg)|