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Design of the filtration station after 1st and 2nd carbonatation

, : Design of the filtration station after 1st and 2nd carbonatation. Listy Cukrovarnicke a Reparske 110(12): 335-337

Details are given of suitable filtration stations for factories processing 2000, 4000..10 000 t beet/day, designed on the basis of equipment readily and economically available in the Czech Republic. Plate filter presses of unit filtration area 117 msuperscript 2 (plates 1 x 1 m) or 220 msuperscript 2 (plates 1.2 x 1.2 m) are used after 1st carbonatation, with microprocessor-based control available from MZ of Dobrovice or VUC of Prague.

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