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Backed by rich industry experience, we are engaged in manufacturing and supplying of Filter Press Cloth Panel. Our experienced team manufactures this panel by using non woven and woven filter media, which are sourced from trustworthy vendors. This Filter Press Cloth Panel is applicable in chemical, steel, food & beverage industries. We offer this panel in the customized size and dimension as per our clients' need and demand and also at the market leading price.
High filtration speed
Convenient to install
The company is the chief Filter Press Cloth Panel Manufacturer, Exporter, and Supplier in India. Filter presses are among the most versatile of all liquid-solid separation unit operations. A filter press contains a series of plates with a filtering surface on both sides. These plates are covered with a Filter Press Cloth Panel. Many of these plates are pushed together to form chambers with sufficient filtration area for the application. Slurry is forced into the chamber. The press cloth allows the filtrate to pass through, dewatering the filter cake, which forms on the Filter Press Cloth Panel. The cake is discharged by pulling the plates apart. The cycle then repeats itself.
Styles And Configuration
We at Rattan Enterprises manufacture all styles of Filter Press Cloth Panel including drape-over, CGR, and cloths with connecting sleeves (butterfly types). We provide head, tail, and intermediate Filter Press Cloth Panel in various Medias and designs including plain cloths, and center, and corner feed holes. We also offer covering cloths in many different styles and configurations:
We offer highly efficient and reliable Filter Press Cloth Panel, which is easily available in various sizes and dimensions.
Cotton, Polyester, Polypropylene, Polyamide (Nylon) in Monofilament, Multifilament, and Non-Woven filter cloth
Filter Press Cloth Panel adapts easily to variations in feed concentrations, particle size, and other physical properties, delivering very dry cake and high solids capture with low chemical conditioning costs