The optimal operating point of a filtering ­installation

Modern companies make tremendous efforts to identify any energy saving potentials. The possibilities lie not only in the construction optimisation but also in process streamlining. However, the gap between knowledge and action must first be bridged. Intensiv-Filter bridges this gap for filtering installations (Fig. 1), and demonstrates how energy consumption of filter plants can be lowered with modern technology and creativity. With the newly developed calculation programme “ProExpertise” the
filter data can be analysed impressively and energy costs can be lowered (Fig. 2). At the same time...

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