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Studies on the filtration characteristics of animal waste (IV). Results from suspended solutions of cattle waste



Studies on the filtration characteristics of animal waste (IV). Results from suspended solutions of cattle waste



Journal of the Society of Agricultural Machinery, Japan 42(2): 281-285



Filtration of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 mgf/cm3 samples through 74 mu m sieve mesh with charcoal and 246 mu m metal mesh with variable suction (150, 250, 350, 450, 550, 600 mmHg) to give 60 conditions in all is described. The effectiveness of the charcoal filter was proved when the final filtrate volume with 74 mu m mesh was 2.2 times that with the 246 mu m mesh.

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