Ernest Mayer Forum Moderator 52 Posts
Re: What is the best filter for handling toxic substances?23 February 2010 at 1:29pm
A Nutsche like the Rosenmund would be ideal depending on the required throughput since enclosed can be heated/cooled, can do cake washing and typically handles toxic substances. Also worthy of consideration would be BHS, DrM, Mott, and Pall candle filters.
In case of closed filtration of solvent with solutes >50 micron, what is the best filter available for batch operation, with respect to fewer solid handling problems, ease of operation and comparatively economical in the pesticide industry with hazardous product? Is the Nustche filter a reasonable choice?
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