Plate and Frame Filter Press

A filter press is a tool used in separation and filtration processes, specifically to separate solids and liquids. It consists of many alternating frames and plates.

Our frame filter press was designed specifically to sterilize wine, beer, liquor, olive oil, milk and other similar liquids.

It is built completely out of AISI 304 stainless steel. The pressure gauge and 4 wheels – 2 of which are pivoting and equipped with brakes – will make operating the press easy. 

The frame filter press is sanitary, easy to clean and can be sanitized using steam.

Depending on the number of plates, it offers a best-in-class filtration capacity of up to 7500 L/h.

Polyfiltration Plate

The polyfilter plate enables fluid filtration using two types of filter sheets of different density in one pass-through. Polyfiltration saves a lot of time and is generally more gentle on the filtered substance.

Reduced Filtration Plate

The reduced filtration plate is used when you need to filter lesser amounts of product. It allows you to use precisely the required number of filter plates and sheets, instead of being wasteful.

Frame Filter Press Specifications

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TypeCapacity (L/h)Capacity (US gal/h)Plate Size(mm)# of Plates

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1) You order a tank.

You receive our quote and decide whether you want to change it. If you're satisfied, we move onto the design and engineering phase.

2) We design it.

You give us inputs based on the drawings we send you. It is an iterative process and we only stop when you're 100% satisfied.

3) You approve the plans.

You sign the final version of the drawing and email it to us. We then schedule the tank for manufacture. You still have some time for making small changes.

4) We manufacture it.

Your final tank design enters the production line. It is assembled from high-grade stainless steel using advanced welding techniques.

5) You take delivery.

Your tank is shipped out to you, including a manual and proper maintenance guide. We'll always be there for you to provide assistance.

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