- Correct separation of dirty/clean side
- Low costs for consumables
- Endless belt version
- High throughput rate
The POLO inclined bed filter SBEH is the endless belt version of the SBH series. This unit cleans various liquids fully automatically.
The chain located under the endless belt ensures trouble-free transport of the filter cake as it builds up. The long drying section removes water and dries the filter cake, which is the main factor determining the filter result.
The dirt particles are deposited on the filter aid. The level rises to a preselected switching point, which activates the belt transport. In parallel, the endless belt cleaning is initiated:
A mechanical device separates the built-up filter cake, which drops into the dirt box below.
The endless belt is cleaned (rinsed) by means of rinsing nozzles in a special rinsing zone. The rinsing liquid is delivered to the belt by a separate pump, which is then captured and transported to the dirt side of the filter.
The POLO inclined bed filter SBEH is a bivalent system and can be run with filter fleece additionally or alternatively at times (advantage in the case of tramp oil breakthroughs, heavy graphite fallout, etc.).
Made in Germany
Variety of materials
|Mounting dimesion L x W||1450 x 591||1450 x 1104||1950 x 1104||2450 x 1104||2950 x 1104||2950 x 1618|
|Weight approx. (kg)||700||750||810||870||930||1820|
|Volume approx. (litres)||200||400||650||900||1150||1700|
|Flow rate max. (l/min) emulsions*||320||850||1050||1300||1650||2600|
|Flow rate max. (l/min) oils*||160||410||525||650||825||1300|
|Connected load (kW)||0,37||0,37||0,37||0,37||0,37||0,37|
|Supply voltage||3 ~ 400 V 50 Hz||3 ~ 400 V 50 Hz||3 ~ 400 V 50 Hz||3 ~ 400 V 50 Hz||3 ~ 400 V 50 Hz||3 ~ 400 V 50 Hz|
*Definition of flow rate: Emulsions and aqueous media approx. 1 mm²/sec at 20 °C and oils up to 15 mm²/sec at 20 °C.
The maximum flow rate of the filter is indicated; depending on the machining process and the degree of contamination, the flow rate may be lower.
Subject to technical changes in the interest of progress.