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CE 116: Cake and Depth Filtration

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Cake and Depth Filtration

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Technical Description
With CE 116 the processes in depth filtration and cake filtration can be observed and investigated. The suspension (water and diatomite as the solid) flows from the hopper into the top of the filter element, where the solids are separated off. The filtrate flows through a flow meter into the drain. The filter element has a porous filter medium at the bottom. In cake filtration, the filter medium provides the foundation for build-up of the filter cake. In depth filtration, the filter medium supports the bulk solids (filter medium layer; gravel). A two-tube manometer measures the pressure loss over the filter element.

Learning Objectives / Experiments
- Fundamentals of filtration: Darcy’s equation
- Depth filtration with different bulk solids and suspensions
- Cake filtration with different suspensions
- Identification of characteristic filtration values

* Cake and depth filtration with different suspensions and filter medium layers
[1] Fundamentals of cake and depth filtration
[2] Filter element with sintered filter medium on its bottom to capture the particles
[3] Pressure loss measurement with 2-tube manometer
[4] Height-adjustable filler hopper made of
DURAN glass
[5] Flow meter with needle valve for adjustment
[6] Balance (CE 116.01) to register the filtrate quantity available as accessory

Technical Data
Filter element
- filter chamber height: 8.5cm
- inside diameter: approx. 3.7cm
- cross-sectional area: approx. 11cm2
- tube material: DURAN glass
 Filter medium
- thickness: 2mm
- material: sintered metal
 Measuring ranges
- flow meter: 40...360ml/min
- 2-tube manometer: 0...500mmWC
- thermometer: -10...100°C
2 measuring cups
- 1000ml, division: 10ml
- 100ml, division: 2ml

Dimensions and Weight
l x w x h : 450 x 410 x 1000 mm
Weight : approx. 20 kg

Drain recommended

Scope of Delivery
1 experimental unit, 1 packing unit of gravel (1...2mm), 1 packing unit of diatomite, 2 measuring cups, 1 stopwatch, 1 thermometer, 1 set of instructional material

Order Details
083.11600  CE 116  Cake and Depth Filtration
Available accessories
CE 116.01 -- Balance

Alternative products
CE 287 -- Plate and Frame Filter Press

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