The recycling water including fines, which has an average density of 1.05 to 1.07 kg/l, is pumped into the chamber filter press at increased pressure via a pneumatic diaphragm pump, causing the chamber filter press to purify the recycling water. The fine particles contained in the water are pressed through the respective filter plates, which are covered with special filter cloth, to form a compact filter cake. The press then opens automatically and discharges the material in a shaking operation. The filter cake produced in the water purification process can then simply be reused, for example, as recycling material in road construction. The purified water can be fed back into the production process. Both the chamber filter press and the recycling system can be equipped with additional systems. Chamber filter presses from Bibko are available in different sizes and designs and can additionally be adapted to all standard residual concrete recycling systems.
Having successfully completed over 1,900 projects, Bibko is looking back on a wealth of experience in the design and supply of recycling systems for the concrete industry.