Bhs Filtration

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Bhs Filtration
Bhs Filtration is listed in the Water Filtration Distillation & Purification Equipment category in Charlotte, North Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for Bhs Filtration which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Bhs Filtration on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 86.

Contact information for Bhs Filtration is:
9123 Monroe Rd
Charlotte, NC 28270
(704) 845-1190

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Bhs Filtration has an overall ZapScore of 86. This means that Bhs Filtration has a higher ZapScore than 86% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Charlotte, North Carolina is 49 and in the Water Filtration Distillation & Purification Equipment category is 42. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Welcome to the third issue of 2011. A&SoF is an e-newsletter, managed by BHS, with its sole purpose to enhance the filtration knowledge of the marketplace to solve actual plant problems. This issue of A&SoF introduces a new approach to solving process problems called “Combination Filtration.” This approach relies upon the slurry analysis and testing to uncover the “process symptom” and then develop a process solution called “combination mechanical slurry conditioning and filtration.” It differs from the traditional approach of using coagulants and flocculants to change the particle characteristics for improved filtration. The first paper, abstracted below, discuses conventional “step-down” filtration using primary and secondary cartridge filters. The second paper discusses techniques for actual batch or continuous mechanical slurry conditioning followed by process filtration.
This issue will focus on Combination Filtration with Mechanical Slurry Conditioning to improve trouble shooting and process optimization.