Cellulose products

Maximum product quality

Production of cellulose and cellulose derivatives requires special expertise with solid/liquid stages as well as appropriate machines and plant components. Our rotary pressure filters (type RPF) and indexing belt filters (type BF) have been used in this application around the world for many years. State-of-the-art machinery and adapted materials enable efficient production of these important products. Our machines meet every requirement, from single or multiple cake washing to steam drying and pressing. These systems are also certified and suitable for pharmaceutical-grade production.

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Brochure "Indexing belt filter (BF)" (PDF / 1.2 MB)
Brochure "Indexing belt filter (BF)"

Product brochure for indexing belt filter (BF) as a continuously operating, horizontal vacuum filter

Size: 1.2 MB
“Rotary pressure filter (RPF)” brochure (PDF / 1.4 MB)
“Rotary pressure filter (RPF)” brochure

Product brochure for the rotary pressure filter (RPF)

Size: 1.4 MB

Advantages of BHS filtration technology

  • Pressure or vacuum filtration
  • Maximum product quality
  • Efficient use of washing agents and consumables
  • Safe operation for continuous production
  • Fully automatic operation
  • Trained service team

Applications

  • Methyl cellulose
  • CMC & HEC
  • Cellulose derivatives
  • Micro crystalline cellulose

BHS filtration technical center

Link to tests at BHS technical center

Technical article

Continuous Pressure and Vacuum Filtration and Washing of Organic Cellulose and Biomass Products

BHS-Filtration Inc.
2009
October 2009
PDF (293 KB)
Continuous Pressure and Vacuum Filtration and Washing of Organic Cellulose and Biomass Products

The processing of organic, cellulose-containing materials has been around for many years. Currently, due to high oil prices as well as the significant increase in ethanol usage nationwide from both grain based and cellulosic based sources, there is tremendous interest in developing efficient, cost-effective manufacturing processes to produce energy from cellulosic feed stocks. This article will use actual process data to highlight the choice of pressure or vacuum filtration and cake-washing techniques for these newly developed bioprocesses.

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