Press Release Summary:
CONTIPRESS dewatering filtration system is available in 11 different sizes, and is suitable for dewatering slurries and suspensions. It operates at slow revolutions (0.5 to 2.0 RPM) producing very low noise level. Sludge cake that is produced after thickening, dewatering, and squeezing is continuously discharged; no manpower is necessary to operate system.
Original Press Release:
NETZSCH introduces NEW CONTINUOUS DEWATERING SYSTEM
EXTON, PA, DECEMBER, 2001 - The Filtration Division of NETZSCH Incorporated, under the license from the Japanese company Ishigaki, LTD, now offers a new, fully automatic dewatering
filtration system* the NETZSCH CONTIPRESS. The CONTIPRESS offers continuous filtration with simple and safe operation. Due to its slow revolutions (0.5 to 2.0 RPM), this machine produces a very low noise level during operation and requires especially low power consumption. High quality designed structural components guarantee a long service life and low maintenance costs.
Available in eleven different sizes, the NETZSCH CONTIPRESS is ideal for municipal applications and many other dewatering slurries and suspensions. The sludge cake that is produced after thickening, dewatering and squeezing through the CONTIPRESS is continuously discharged. No man power is necessary to operate this automatic filtration system. A trial unit is available for on-site dewatering tests to demonstrate the performance of this press. For more information on the all new CONTIPRESS, contact NETZSCH Incorporated at 610-363-8010.