This type of filtration requires the use of adjuvants in filtration, generally fossil flours, like diatomaceous earth. The vertical plate system offers several advantages, such as the almost total drying of the panel at the end of filtration and the easy evacuation of the finished cake – that is the filtration residues – as well as the easy maintenance and removal of the filter pack.
Spadoni’s EMME vertical plate filters (F-18) are characterised by a vertical leaf type of filter plates.
The lateral supports that characterise the system are appropriately designed to prevent the plates to overburden with their weight on the exhaust manifold of the filtered product, thus avoiding – in time – dangerous ovalizations of the seats of the same.
Spadoni’s Emme continuous alluvial filters with vertical plates are systems that provide for the presence of supports with large pores that are then reduced by adjuvants, like diatomaceous earth, which, once deposited on the filter, performs the true filtering action. Among the most common adjuvants are cellulose and rock or silicate powders.
Spadoni’s Emme filters (F-18) are characterised by panels arranged vertically inside the filtering bell, and are particularly suitable for the roughing of viscous products such as oil, syrups, and juices. Operatively, they require the use of diatomaceous earth for the formation of the pre-filter panel.
The machine is composed of a compact monobloc in 18-10 stainless steel (AISI 304) on pivoting wheels (AISI 316 on request). In detail:
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