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Liquid-Solid separation

From lab to pilot and full production scale,
De Dietrich Process Systems filtration solutions are highly versatile and adaptable to many chemical processes (pharmaceuticals, chemicals, natural extraction, precious metals, dyes...)
Liquid-Solid separation
Description

Our team of process experts work with you to define your requirements, evaluate feasibility, proceed through small scale trials and scale-up calculations.

From the smallest company to the largest system, from the simplest machine to the most complicated, we are here to help you define your needs.

Filter-dryers can be used for the following batch process steps:

  • Filtration (formation of the cake)
  • Cake smoothing
  • Cake washing (piston or reslurry washing)
  • Vacuum drying
  • Cooling
  • Automated discharge

 

 

 

 

 

With over 2,000 filter-dryers in operation, sold successively under the brands De Dietrich Process Systems and Rosenmund-Guedu, we are a world leader in all types of Nutsche filter liquid-solid separation with sizes ranging from 0.01 to 16m² and an unmatched material range.

  • Manual or automated Nutsche filters
  • Filter dryers from pilot to production scale
  • Glass, glass-lined, stainless steel, Hastelloy versions available

 

 

 

 

 

Products

Products for solid-liquid separation are:

  • Pocket filters (made of glass or stainless steel)
  • Static Nutsche filters
  • Pilot scale filter-dryers
  • Industrial scale filter-dryers

 

 

 

 

 

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Applications

A number of small scale trial units are available for rental, for trials either at your site or in the De Dietrich Process Systems trial lab
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Contained powder milling, packaging, filtration and drying in a space saving configuration
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Our client is the third largest producer of fosfomycin in the world. Initially he produced by fermentation.
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