June 10, 2011
Jingjin Filter Press Co.’s filter presses, now available in North America through Tons Per Hour, Inc., are said to be able to replace belt presses in nearly every application, eliminate settling ponds, and recycle more water than alternative methods. The company says its filter presses offer a higher quality of filtrate than a belt press, dramatically dryer solids, reduced handling cost, and no operator is required. The units boast capacities of up to 23 cubic yards of solids per cycle; up to 4.5 cycles per hour. Return on investment when replacing a belt press is said to be one year.