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The launch of a filter press and ceramic-disc filters


After a recent acquisition of Swedish filtration-technology company NovaTek, this company has introduced Flowrox Filter Press (FP) and Flowrox Ceramic Disc (CD) Filter (photo) to its product range for solid-liquid separation. Flowrox Filter Press (FP) has been developed together with filter operators and is especially well suited for material production applications. FP provides fully automatic operation, high-quality performance and high availability. The CD filter requires low investment and delivers clear filtrate with dry cake. Compared to conventional vacuum filters, it consumes approximately 90% less energy, says the company. The CD filter operates continuously with high capacity and is a cost-efficient solution for many concentrator and tailings processes. — Flowrox Oy, Lappeenranta, Finland


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