Sieve belt presses

Are you considering buying a secondhand sieve belt press?

At Foeth we offer a wide variety of used machines that will be mechanically tested prior to delivery, thus a machine with the right quality you can rely on. Search through our sieve belt press catalog and request your quote online.

  1. Larox Finland Minimax PF1.6 C2 - Sieve belt press
    Material: Stainless steel/Polypropylene
    in stock, NL
  2. DEWA FPD-16 Belt Filter Press - Sieve belt press
    Material: Stainless steel
    Width (mm): 1600
    in stock, NL
  3. Klein BS-20 - Sieve belt press
    Material: Mild steel
    Width (mm): 2000
    in stock, NL

How does a sieve belt press work?

This machine is almost always part of a large installation like a complete production line. The sieve belt press, is an advanced version of a dewatering table and compresses a suspension between filter cloth (filter belts), whereby pressure can be built up with the aid of multiple rollers. This results in the separation of a solid and a liquid. In the Food, chemical or Pharmaceutical industry it is used to purify industrial sludge.

Why should I buy a used sieve belt press?

First of all buying a second-hand quality sieve belt press saves not only money but also co2 emission! You are effectively reducing your carbon footprint. But there is more! Some advantages of using a sieve belt press in a production process include:

  • High efficiency: Sieve belt presses are designed to operate at high speeds, allowing for high throughput and efficient separation of solids and liquids.
  • Continuous operation: Sieve belt presses can operate continuously, allowing for continuous production and minimizing downtime.
  • Low maintenance: Sieve belt presses are relatively simple machines with few moving parts, making them easy to maintain and operate.
  • Customization: Sieve belt presses can be customized to meet the specific needs of a production process, such as the size and shape of the solids being separated.
  • Energy efficiency: Sieve belt presses are typically more energy efficient than other types of filtration systems, such as centrifuges, as they do not require high levels of energy to operate.
  • Versatility: Sieve belt presses can be used in a variety of industries, including food and beverage processing, pulp and paper manufacturing, and wastewater treatment.
This makes the choice for implementing a used sieve belt press in your production line more straightforward. Not convinced yet but has one of the machines from our stock already caught your eye? Contact us and we can discuss all pros and cons and give you a quote accordingly.