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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Issue 03/2011

Road Show at Intensiv-Filter

At the end of 2010, Intensiv-Filter invited employees and the project manager of Schaefer Kalk, Diez a.d. Lahn/Germany, for an information day (Fig.). The objective was to inform the guests of the...

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Issue 01/2012

Dust emissions reduced

In 2010 the RHI AG placed an order with Intensiv-Filter ­Austria for dedusting of two rotary kilns. On October 11th, 2011, the ­process filter was put into operation and now filters 99 % of the...

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Issue 12/2009

New bag filters

The Ukrainian cement producer Doncement, a subsidiary of the HeidelbergCement Group, has awarded Intensiv-Filter, the leading specialist in filtering installations, a contract for a bag filter,...

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Issue 03/2011

Filtering and electrical particle separation

The 3rd HDT Specialist Conference on Filter Plant Technology will take place in Essen from 19.-20.05.2011. The lecture topics will deal with the progress of development and the current state of...

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Issue 11/2010

Dust removal for rotary kilns

The team of Intensiv-Filter Austria received an order from RHI AG for the dust removal of two Lepol kilns (Fig.). In the Breitenau plant in Austria, 380?000 t/a Magnesite are quarried that is used to...

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