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Pressure Nutsche Filter

Agitated Nutsche Filter

Pressure Nutsche Filter is a closed vessel designed to separate solid and liquid filtration under pressure or vacuum. The closed system ensures odorless, contamination-free, and non-polluting working conditions, maintaining product purity and hygiene. Pressure Nutsche filters are used widely in the production processes of pharmaceutical, chemical, and laboratory industries. 

Pressure Nutsche Filter can be operated under full vacuum or pressure and in this we can filter above 5 microns.



The Pressure Nutsche Filter is a closed vessel that uses filtration under pressure or vacuum to isolate solids from liquids. The closed system maintains product quality and hygiene by providing odourless, contamination-free, and non-polluting working conditions.

A typical unit consists of a dished vessel with a perforated plate. The vessel can be made completely leak-proof for vacuum or pressure service.


  • Processing of concentrated suspensions

  • Cake filtration

  • Cake washing and cake purification

  • Extraction of active agents from organic solids

  • Filtration plants with product and solids processing

  • Filter-dryer plants with solvent recovery unit

  • Integrated CIP-system

  • Environment safe, totally enclosed systems

  • Reliable, proven filter design and construction

  • Construction materials for a wide application range

  • Optimized filter media selection to Set specific product and process required.


1) We Design as per client requirement
2) Our shaft machining is very fine and our   
3) All material used are of standard make
4) We don't compromise in quality & thickness
5) We provide DQ, IQ, PQ, Test Certificate & PMI        test certification for material.
6) We manufacture in Special Alloy with                         explosion bonding. 
7) We have expert team in designing &                    manufacturing

  • Petrochemicals

  • Pharmaceuticals

  • Edible Oil Processing Unit

  • Foods

  • Beverages

  • Chemicals

  • Bio-Fuels

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