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disk filter

[¦disk ¦fil·tər]
(engineering)
A filter in which the substance to be filtered is drawn through membranes stretched on segments of revolving disks by a vacuum inside each disk; the solids left on the membrane are lifted from the tank and discharged. Also known as American filter.
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This was achieved by integrating the modern Voith disk filter technology, which includes BaglessPlus disk filter sectors and a new filtrate valve.
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In addition, the disk filter was equipped with new knock-off and cleaning spray pipes featuring patented nozzles.
The upgraded disk filter now replaces four drum thickeners, which had become susceptible to failure due to high screen wear.
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Management determined that conventional disk filters would not be compatible with existing mill equipment and would cope poorly with frequent grade changes and the high level of white water sediments.
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