MIPR Corp will solve your filter or dewatering conveyor belting challenges across applications including municipal sewerage treatment, dewatering manufactured parts and cleaning water from food and vegetable wastes. Filter or dewatering belts have decreasing mesh size down to one micron, capable of removing visual turbidity turning muddy water to clear and the removal of oil.
Most filter belts are heat treated polyester; some are polypropylene, polyolefin or PEEK. Stainless steel mesh is also utilized in filtering or dewatering conveyor applications. Filter belts are used to remove or reduce the number of impurities in a fluid supply. Filtration products and equipment have two basic components, the filter and the media. The filter itself is the frame or housing that holds the media in place as a process stream is run through them. The media or material is responsible for the entrapment, collection or dissolution of impurities.
Contact MIPR Corp today to discuss your needs for filter or dewatering conveyor belting for your application. We carry a full-line of conveyor belts and belting.
Filtration Belts – Used in a variety of applications, including chemical, mineral, foot and other process slurries, these belts are designed to remove liquids from solids. MIPR Corp’s filter belts feature rugged flanges, precision grooving and clean perforations. Wear belts, which are sometimes located under the filter belts to reduce wear, are also available. Construction of filter belts consists of lateral grooves with holes in the center of the belt from which the liquid escapes. Drainage holes are either in a fabric-free zone down the center of the belt or thoroughly sealed to prevent the liquid being drained from soaking into the fibers of the belt. Special flanges and sidewalls are available to keep the product being conveyed from spilling over the sides of the belt.