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LENSER Membrane Control System (MCS)

Membrane monitoring in real time from a distance

The reliable membrane control system enables continuous function control of the running filter press. Possible leakages are indicated by a clear blue light signal without any time delay.

The blue light signal has different meanings for certain process steps during filtration. For correct interpretation, please have a look at the MCS operating manual.

General information and advantages

  • Squeezing without particle dust formation
  • Suitable also for high-pressure membranes
  • Easy maintenance by battery change after 36 months
  • Can be used in all applications due to stainless steel and polypropylene housing
  • Preventive control of the membrane function by clear light signal
  • Various connection options available
  • Retrofitting possible for any filter press with single connection
Approved squeezing media: water, gas and oil
Possible plate formats: 470 mm bis 2440 mm
Connection possibilities: G1/2" and G3/4"
Minimum flow rate: water: 10 l/min; gas: 30 m³/h; oil: 10 l/min
Maximum squeezing pressure: 30 bar
Maximum temperature of the squeezing medium: 100°C
Material composition: stainless steel and Polypropylene housing
Battery type / dimensions: 1x AA Mignon battery / 3.6 V (e.g. LS 14500 from Saft)
Battery life: Up to 36 months
Certification: IP 67

Do you need filter elements for use in an explosion-proof application according to ATEX RL/94/9/EG?

LENSER is a certified manufacturer of electrostatically dissipative filter elements of device category 2G for use in explosion protection zone 1.

We confirm the conformity of the filter elements with the ATEX directive by issuing a corresponding certificate.

Data sheets / Operating instructions

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