Bright Technologies Belt Filter Presses are versatile machines that find application in a wide range of industries and processes. With their solid stainless steel construction, they provide exceptional durability and resistance to corrosion, ensuring longevity and reliable performance. The inclusion of a wider belt allows for higher throughput, increasing efficiency and productivity in dewatering operations. Additionally, the pneumatic belt tension and steering system ensures precise control and optimal belt alignment, enhancing the overall effectiveness of the filtration process. Our Belt Filter Presses excel in wastewater treatment plants, mining operations, food processing facilities, and chemical industries, offering efficient solid-liquid separation and effective dewatering of sludge or slurry.
Belt Filter Press
When we experience issues with our dewatering centrifuges or want to perform periodic maintenance on the units, our preferred solution it to contact Bright Technolgoies for assistance with temporary dewatering. We were pleased to find a company that could respond quickly, and provide us with a high level of service
It was a nice surprise setting this unit up to see how new and well maintained it was. It was really well designed, easy to set up in a matter of hours. Operating it was very efficient and easy. The presses we have used in the past were poorly maintained and several bearings had to be replaced throughout our operation of the unit. Everything was in Top Notch condition with the Bright Press.
This is just a quick note to let you know that we value our 25-year plus partnership. Brent originally started manufacturing exclusively the Brask-spec compactor, which was based on quality and longevity, not cheap price. Over the last fifteen years, Sebright Products re-engineered the Model 4660 compactor so that it out performs any of the competitors units. Yes, the upfront cost is greater, but these costs are offset when you factor in substantially less maintenance costs and the fact that the life of the compactor (4660) is extended when the compactor is rebuilt. We scrap very few 4660’s so that we receive a large R.O.I. on these units.