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To ensure efficient dewatering capacity, Parason has developed a Parason disc filter offering superior filtrate qualities by reducing freshwater consumption. As a result operating costs, freshwater consumption and fiber loss can be reduced. The load on the ETP/WTP is reduced drastically
We have developed Parason Disc Filter with a focus on three key issues:
The pulp mat starts to form under gravity, ensuring optimum dewatering characteristics. As the filtrate channel passes a bridge in the filtrate valve, the filtrate is diverted to the clear filtrate outlet which is connected to the barometric leg. For fiber recovery, the filtrate is diverted to clear filtrate and super clear filtrate outlet. The line of sectors emerging from the suspension is drained and the pulp mat is dewatered. A bridge in the valve shuts off the channel from the vacuum. Water or air jets strip the pulp mat from the sectors on the rising side of the discs. The filter cloth is cleaned by oscillating showers.
By optimizing the deaeration of the inlet flow between each disc, the air content in the pulp suspension is kept to a minimum.
By reducing the internal volumes of the disc sectors to the optimum, they drain quickly during the drying of the pulp mat, which allows higher rpm of the disc.
By the new unique design of the filtrate valve with separate removal, a high and stable vacuum is achieved.
By optimizing the distribution of the inlet pulp flow along the whole length of the disc filter with a stationary baffle, ensures uniform pulp consistency.
With smaller internal volumes in the disc sectors, a smaller volume to unclear filtrate is carried over from the cloudy filtrate to the clear filtrate. By designing each center shaft flow channel according to the application and current flow, it is possible to create the best process results with good filtrate clarity.
As the internal volumes of the pulp disc sectors are smaller, they empty quickly when they leave the suspension, and drying of the pulp mat is carried out while gives a longer thickening time.
By this new unique design of the filtrate valve, with separate air removal, a high and stable vacuum is achieved.
Outlet consistency 8-12% depending on applications.
By the new unique design of the center shaft with full visibility during welding of the internal flow channels, the center shaft is welded in a safe it is extremely strong and can stand for high mechanical forces. This design gives a long lifetime of the center shaft.
To get outlet consistency of 8-12% with clear and cloudy filtrates.
For handling paper machine backwater and recovering valuable fibers, with excellent quality of cloudy, clear, and super clear filtrates
For thickening application of Broke in large mills.
Expertise in rebuilding and refurbishing disc filters of other manufactures.
Ranging from 40 to 400 TPD
Looking at the throughput of equipment which is directly proportional to the area of filtrate, Parason offers the same size disc filter sector with more filtrate area due to the wave design of the segment. More filtrate area gives more throughput with minimum maintenance and running cost.
Parason Disc Filter also offers the Bump segment. The integration of the segment bag with bump design offers the additional suction area and uniform mat formation. This extends the life and reduces the maintenance cost.
There are two options available for discharge of thickened pulp
Right option can be selected as per location and process requirement. Please consult Parason experts to get the right option in your mill. Parason continuously works on various options to suit the customer requirement.
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