Tapflo Introduces Improved Filter Press Solution

Tapflo Introduces Improved Filter Press Solution
Tapflo has announced a series of changes to its TF pump range that will ensure better pump operation and handling.

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Tapflo has announced a series of changes to its TF pump range that will ensure better pump operation and handling.

Updates include a new standard of reinforcement plates, booster holders and a booster supplier. Tapflo has introduced a Festo booster as its standard solution. Festo is currently Tapflo’s standard supplier, ensuring a high-quality, perfectly matched booster at a lower price.

The Tapflo pump for filter press feeding is a compact unit that can be mounted directly to the filter press. The design and function allows the user a straightforward pressing of slurries.

A pressure regulator is already mounted on the unit. The pumps are based on standard metal and plastic Tapflo pumps, and an external pressure booster doubles the delivery pressure. For example, with available air pressure of 7 bar, the delivery pressure will be maximum 14 bar.

Other features and benefits include:

  • Optimal pressure amplification: The output pressure can be regulated up to 2-to-1 of input pressure.
  • Plug and play: The pressure booster is mounted directly on the pump, making it a small and compact unit that can be assembled on the filter press.
  • Simple operation principle: Due to its working principle, the TF pump does not require any automation or complicated safety features for proper operation.
  • Robust design: TF pumps are highly durable thanks to balanced diaphragms and the high-pressure pump concept.
  • Special design: Use of reinforcement plates, pin screws and a hybrid air valve ensures reliable and maintenance-free operation under high pressure.
  • Diversity: All Tapflo pumps can be supplied with a booster, making the range appropriate for almost any application.

For more information, visit www.tapflo.com.



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