Filter Press Pumps

filter press pumps

    filter press
  • A device for filtering and absorbing moisture from oil.

  • A device consisting of a series of cloth filters fixed to frames, used for the large-scale filtration of liquid under pressure

  • Filter press (sometimes called Plate-and-Frame Filter press) which describes the style of filters developed from the 1800s onwards. The majority of today's filters are more correctly called "chamber filter press", "Membrane filter press", or "Membrane Plate Filter".

  • A form of pressure filter, non-continuous in operation; used for the removal of water from slurries, tailings, and similar products

  • A man's slip-on patent leather shoe for formal wear

  • (pump) heart: the hollow muscular organ located behind the sternum and between the lungs; its rhythmic contractions move the blood through the body; "he stood still, his heart thumping wildly"

  • (pump) a mechanical device that moves fluid or gas by pressure or suction

  • A woman's plain, lightweight shoe that has a low-cut upper, no fastening, and typically a medium heel

  • (pump) operate like a pump; move up and down, like a handle or a pedal; "pump the gas pedal"

  • A light shoe, in particular

filter press pumps - Handpresso HPWILD

Handpresso HPWILD Wild 16-Bar Hand-Pump Portable Espresso Machine

Handpresso HPWILD Wild 16-Bar Hand-Pump Portable Espresso Machine

The Handpresso Wild is a portable espresso machine that you can take virtually anywhere! Small and convenient, the Handpresso travels with you on vacation/business trips, hiking, boating - anywhere that you would like to enjoy a premium quality espresso, cappuccino, Americano, or latte! Light and durable, the Handpresso Wild can be stored easily in a drawer at work or in an apartment, in a backpack or even with camping gear. Handpresso Wild is a simple and compact Nomadic Espresso maker. All you need is some boiling water and any E.S.E Pod, which ensures premium quality in every cup and is easily acquired at coffee houses and grocery stores, no matter where you are. This also eliminates the mess associated with espresso making when on the go. Just pump up the Handpresso until the needle is in green area on the Pressure gauge; this says you're at 16 bars of pressure, now you can add hot water from a kettle or a thermo-insulated bottle. Place an E.S.E. pod in the filter, close the top and press the button to dispense the espresso! It's never been easier or required less clean up to make your espresso or cappuccinos until now! Due to the coffee grounds being kept in the E.S.E. pod you never have to worry about cleaning your Handpresso Wild because when your done brewing, you simply throw away your pod and rinse out the water receptacle. It really can't be any more hassle free than that!

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Summer 2000, Bird's eye view of dredge, pipeline, Pierce Mill Cove and Sawyer Street

Summer 2000, Bird's eye view of dredge, pipeline, Pierce Mill Cove and Sawyer Street

The Sawyer Street de-sanding facility is the first of two contaminated sediment processing areas. Dredging sediment is pumped to a building at the end of Sawyer Street to filter out the larger more coarse material from the dredged sediment such as sand, shells and small rocks.

The coarser sand is filtered out of the finer grain, silty sediment which the majority of the PCBs are attached to. The remaining slurry of silt, sea water, and PCB contamination is then pumped again to a de-watering facility further down the harbor, where the water is pressed out, treated to stringent standards, and the resulting de-watered sediment (which is similar to hard packed soil in consistency) is properly disposed of at licensed off site landfills.

Science Fun Fact (or at least interesting to some):

Why do PCBs like silt better than sand?

If you were to compare a cupful of sand versus a cupful of silt, there would be more particle surface area in the cupful of silt. Since PCBs 'stick' to the surface area of something, there would be more PCBs in the cupful of silt.

More particles = more surface area = more PCBs.

Deeper into chemistry:

Silt comes from the breakdown of organic materials (plant and organisms). Chemical compounds that are made up of hydrocarbons (PCBs - polychlorinated biphenyls) are attracted to these organic surfaces because of the carbon content. Even more reason for the PCBs to attach themselves moreso to silt than to sand.

Childhood scar

Childhood scar

I decided to take a picture of this.

I was cutting airline tubing (for a fish tank; back then we only had bubble filters and air pumps) with a very sharp steak knife. I couldn't find scissors or something, I dunno; I was 10. I made a bend in the tube and dragged along the kink to make a clean cut.

The knife was FAR sharper than I thought, and the knife kept going and cut off a chunk of my knuckle like it was butter. In a panic, put the chunk of the knuckle back on my finger and sealed it shut with a band-aid and told no one. My parents were pretty neglectful, so they never knew anything was amiss, despite the sheer amount of blood I lost. It would never heal properly so for weeks I'd peel the band-aid off, press down on the wound, and try and keep it from peeling back again. Eventually, the scar healed along the bend line of the skin, except for the portion you see here which was on the edge of the wound and never got a good seal.

To this day, I have the scar because it never healed right.

filter press pumps

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Jura 13531 Impressa C5 Fully Automatic Coffee Center, Piano Black

Grind, Tamp, Brew and Clean in under 60 seconds..with a push of a button! Make perfect espressos, cappuccinos, lattes and crema coffees..every time! The Impressa C5 produces more crema for the best high-pressure-brewed coffee, espresso, cappuccino, latte, cafe mocha latte and more. The Impressa C5 features an illuminated Rotary Dial for a whole range of coffee specialties using a single control. With the Rotary Dial operating system you simply turn and select the symbol to choose between espresso or crema coffee and one or two cups. The variable brewing chamber holds between 5 and 16 grams of ground coffee, making it possible to brew any kind of coffee from a single 1-ounce ristretto to two 8-ounce cups of coffee at one time. The Impressa C5 features a stainless steel Thermoblock heating system and an 18-bar pressure pump that guarantees fully aromatic high pressure brewed coffee and a strong layer of crema. The Impressa C5 comes equipped with a Dual Frother PLUS, which makes it easy to froth or steam milk like a barista into any sized pitcher or directly into the cup. There is also a dispenser for hot water. A Clearyl Water Filtration System purifies water and eliminates the need for decalcification. A separate coffee funnel can be used with different varieties of pre-ground coffee, such as decaf, when there are regular beans in the bean container. The commercial quality conical steel burr grinder with six fineness settings has a special design to maximize the flavor and aroma of the coffee. The machine alerts the user to add fresh coffee beans when needed. Self-monitoring rinsing, cleaning and descaling programs make it easy to keep the Impressa C5 in top condition. All setting and activities are permanently stored in a built-in memory.

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