The slag-removing ability of the k1 k1 biological filter media is mainly to some extent, the ability to remove the filter cake from the surface of the medium by means of its filter cake strategy or compressed air blowing, mechanical scraping, etc. after the end of filtration. Continuous filters such as drums, turntables, and belt vacuum filters are prerequisites for maintaining normal operation.
During the filtration process of k1 biological filter media, a small amount of filter residue particles will be blocked in the pores of the medium. During operation, the particles must be removed from the surface of the medium by rinsing, purging, etc. after the end of the unloading process in each operation cycle. It is washed away to maintain the filtration efficiency and performance of the medium. The regeneration performance mainly depends on the constituent materials of the filter medium and the weaving and processing methods (manufacturing processes).
Chemical stability of k1 biological filter media
The k1 biological filter media will have a variety of materials due to the filtration process, and their chemical properties will vary. It is acidic, alkaline, strong oxidizing, organic solvent, etc., and is filtered at a certain temperature. This requires the selected filter media structural material to have good chemical stability, chemical resistance, temperature resistance, and microbial resistance in the material to be treated.