|Dimension||600x520x460 mm (LxWxH)|
|Power consumption||200 W|
|Filter Area||72 m2 approx.|
|Working Pressure||2-5 bar|
|Weight||208 kg approx.|
|Max flow rate||4-5 m3/h|
|Max head||45 m|
Plate and frame filter presses are used in the beverage industry, for example, to clarify intermediate products. A suspension of diatomite and water (recommended) is prepared in a tank. A pump ensures that the solid remains suspended and does not settle. The pump delivers the suspension into the individual separating chambers of the plate and frame filter press. A separating chamber is formed by one filter frame and two filter plates. The filter plates are grooved and covered over with filter cloths. The filtrate passes through the filter cloth and flows via the grooves in the plates into a collecting pipe.
|Weight||30 kg approx.|
|Height of the screens||50mm each|
|Screening duration||60 min|
|Vibration height||3 mm|
The screening machine enables users to separate a mixture of solids into several classes of particle sizes. In the screening process, each particle is compared with a screen mesh in terms of size and shape. Depending on their position, particles with an irregular shape may not be able to pass through the mesh. As the screening machine is vibrating, each particle has the possibility to pass through the meshes several times. First the coarser particles are separated in the upper area. The mesh width decreases towards the bottom. To be able to adapt the machine to the respective requirements, several screens with various mesh widths are included in the scope of delivery. Scales enable the user to determine the masses of the separated classes in order to determine the particle size distribution.
|Cyclone height||710 mm|
|Dimensions||1500x1000x2020 mm (LxWxH)|
|Tank capacity||200 L|
|Vortex finder||40 mm|
|Weight||370 kg approx.|
|Weight||250 kg approx.|
|Max Pressure||12 bar|
|Dimensions||2000x790x1900 mm (LxWxH)|
|Filter area||1 m2 approx.|
|Max flow rate||255 L/h|
|Power consumption||200 W|
|Speed||15 min-1 approx.|
Drum cell filters can be used to separate solids continuously from suspensions. The suspension unit produces a suspension of diatomite and water. A pump conveys the suspension into the suspension tank of the drum cell filter. A stirrer keeps the solid particles in the suspension suspended. Part of the rotating drum dips into the suspension. The jacket of the drum is perforated and covered over with a filter cloth. The drum is divided into cells. Each cell is joined by a hollow shaft to a vacuum line.
|Coiled tube diameter||140 mm|
|Dimensions||1150x825x1950 mm (LxWxH)|
|Tank Capacity||15 L|
|Temperature||5 - 100 Deg C|
During stirring, the continuous phase is liquid. With CE 320, the production of solutions (solid dissolved in liquid), emulsions (mixture of immiscible liquids) and suspensions (insoluble solid in liquid) can be investigated. Mixing takes place in a tank which is resistant to chemicals and heat-resistant. With the high-performance stirring machine even high-viscosity mixtures can be produced. The speed is adjustable. The torque is indicated on the unit’s digital display. This enables the power demand to be determined. Eleven different, easily interchangeable stirrers are provided. With plastic balls which are dispersed in the fluid it is possible to observe the characteristic flow fields of the different stirrer types.
|Dimensions||1850x850x1450 mm (LxWxH)|
|Power Consumption||180 W|
|Tank Capacity||200 L|
CE 285 provides the experimental filtration units with a suspension of diatomite and water (recommended). It is prepared in the stirred tank. The stirrer ensures that the solid remains suspended and does not settle. An eccentric screw pump delivers the suspension to the connected experimental unit. The pump rotor is made of stainless steel. It runs inside an elastomer housing. A manometer indicates the head. A pressure cut-out switch stops the pump if the pressure is too high. A temperature transducer protects the pump from running dry. The speed of the pump can be adjusted on a potentiometer. The stirred tank features a level indicator and three flow impeders. All necessary connecting elements are supplied to connect the supply unit to the relevant experimental filtration unit.
|Dimensions||400x240x330 mm (LxWxH)|
|Speed||500 - 3000 min-1|
|Power consumption||75 W|
|Weight||18 kg approx.|
The flow properties of a powder or bulk solid determine how it behaves during handling. For example, material may flow irregularly out of silos, or the flow of bulk solid may come to a stop. In order to avoid these problems in practice, silos can be designed on the basis of measurements using shear testers, such as the Jenike shear tester or a ring shear tester. In a ring shear tester, a bulk sample is contained in a ring-shaped shear cell. A normal force is exerted on the sample by way of a lid. A hanger from which a variable weight is suspended generates this normal force. A motor moves the shear cell relative to the lid in order to apply shear to the sample.
|Filter chamber height||85 mm|
|Temperature||10 - 1100 Deg C|
|Weight||13 kg approx.|
With CE 116 the processes in depth filtration and cake filtration can be observed and investigated. The suspension (water and diatomite as the solid) flows from the hopper into the top of the filter element, where the solids are separated off. The filtrate flows through a flow meter into the drain. The filter element has a porous filter medium at the bottom. In cake filtration, the filter medium provides the foundation for build-up of the filter cake. In depth filtration, the filter medium supports the bulk solids (filter medium layer gravel). Twin tube manometers measure the pressure loss over the filter element.
|Inside diameter||42 mm|
|Scale division||1 mm|
|Tanks Length||1000 mm|
Sedimentation is often used to clarify suspensions. In the process, the solid particles move downwards in a liquid owing to their density. Using CE 115, the sedimentation processes in different suspensions can be investigated and compared. Five transparent cylindrical tanks are provided for the purpose. The suspensions are prepared in measuring cups, poured into the removable tanks, and mixed by shaking. The tanks are then mounted vertically on the experimental unit. To aid observation of the sedimentation process, the tanks are backlit.
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
This kit is used in heating and cooling of water or any inflammable liquid, converting a liquid into a gas and other basic experiments related to heat.
Scope of Supply:
|Cat. No.||Item Name||Qty.|
|R8704||Thermometer without graduation||1|
|SG402||Thermometer with graduation||1|
|C8694||Insulating case for beaker||1|
|R8702||One glass tube 165 x 5 mm||1|
|SC226||Beaker glass 100ml||2|
|SF532||Beaker (graduated plastic) 100ml||1|
|C8693||Bridge shaped stand||1|
|R8706||Candle in metal holder||2|
|SC055||Rubber stopper with bore||1|
|Vessel inner diameter||300 mm approx.|
|Temperature||10 - 100 Deg C|
|Dimensions||600x900x1900 mm (LxWxH)|
Nutsche filters are used for discontinuous cake filtration of suspensions with high solid concentrations. The suspension production unit CE 285 produces a suspension of diatomite and water and delivers it from above into the Nutsche filter. A filter bag is inserted in the Nutsche filter. A growing filter cake accumulates in the filter bag made from the separated solid material. The vacuum in the bottom section of the Nutsche filter draws filtrate through the filter cake and the filter bag. It is collected in the bottom section. After filtering, the filter cake obtained is washed with a washing liquid (water) and is dried by the applied vacuum before being removed.
|Weight||160kg (trainer),33kg (fan)|
|Cyclone Diameter||80 mm|
|Cyclone height||250 mm|
|Dimensions||1520x790x1800mm (trainer),660x510x880mm (fan) (LxWxH)|
|Max volumetric flow rate||600 m3/h|
|Capacity||75 L approx.|
|Pressure||1 - 10 bar|
|Vessel inner diameter||300 mm approx.|
|Temperature||10 to 100 deg C|
Nutsche filters are used for discontinuous cake filtration of suspensions with high solid concentrations. The suspension production unit CE 285 produces a suspension of diatomite and water and delivers it from above into the Nutsche filter. In the bottom flange of the Nutsche filter is a recessed sieve base with a filter cloth. A growing filter cake accumulates on the filter cloth made from the separated solid material. The applied positive pressure in the top section of the Nutsche filter pushes the filtrate through the filter cake and the filter cloth. It is collected in the bottom section of the tank. After filtering, the filter cake obtained is washed with a washing liquid (water) and is then dried by an air flow.