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Pope Benchtop Nutsche Filter Dryers Are Now Available For Quick Delivery

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Published: Feb 01, 2023   
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Pope nutsche filter dryers are known and used worldwide for critical high-purity separations of liquids and solids. The logical leap forward from laboratory Buchner funnels… solids, crystals, high purity chemicals, pharmaceutical intermediates, etc., are efficiently filtered, washed, re-slurried, and dried in these portable nutsche filter units, minimizing contamination and exposure.

The design allows the withdrawal of filter cake utilizing a removable top head, bottom head, and filter support assembly. The filters may be pressurized to increase the rate of solvent removal; drying is aided by vacuum and heating capability. Useful for experimentation and scale-up studies; also for small-scale production of high-value products.

Updated features include:

  • Newly designed support stand.
  • Exterior finish now standard with welds polished.
  • New CE certification and stamp (in addition to ASME) on each Benchtop Nutsche. CRN and other certifications available.
  • Improved Pressure/temp ratings:
  • Vessel: 100 PSIG/FULL VACUUM @ -76°F/450°F
  • Jacket: 50 PSIG @ -76°F/450°F

Custom design features include manual or motorized raising/lowering cake agitators, conventional mixers, temperature control options, jacketing, valving, special porting, sight glasses, spray nozzle, instrumentation, pumps, etc., plus a wide range of easily replaceable filter media.

Pope also offers Nutsche Filter Dryers in a variety of sizes from lab through pilot plant and production scale, in volumes from 0.2 through 1000 liters. Pope’s engineering application specialists are available to help you select the proper unit and answer any questions you may have.

This article has been republished from materials provided by Pope. Note: material may have been edited for length and content. For further information, please contact the cited source.


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