sludge dewatering Equipment in Nicaragua

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DEWA - Model FPD - Multi-Stage Series Sludge Dewaterer

by DWT Group Oy     based in LAITILA, FINLAND

DEWA FPD mulit-stage series sludge dewaterer is a combination of a BTN (heavy duty belt thickener) and a FP (belt filter press), and is designed for the most demanding, large capacity applications. The FPD multi-stage dewaterer is easy to modify according to the characteristics of the sludge and throughput and cake solid requirements.

Vacuum Drum Filters

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

WesTech's continuous rotary drum filters provide a wide range of liquid-solids separation for many types of industrial processing flow sheets. They offer the operating flexibility to handle dewatering, washing and clarification applications, or a combination of the two. WesTech drum filters are available with drums up to 13.5 ft in diameter and 36 ...

Model DeWRS - DeWatering Recovery System: Zero Liquid Discharge

by Purifics ES Inc.     based in London, ONTARIO (CANADA)

DeWRS® concentrates the sludge and recovers oil, BTEX and PAHs during the closed loop process in the CUF system. DeWRS eliminates the need to truck waste water to hazardous waste sites, and allows the filtration systemThis technology is integrated into CUF platforms to enhance performance and product recovery.

Volute - Model VT Series - Sludge Thickener

by AMCON Inc.     based in Yokohama, JAPAN

Thickener VT series thickens sludge with concentration of 1% or less to that with a concentration of 4 to 6%. This mechanical thickening will constantly produce stable thickened sludge, which is difficult with gravity thickening. It is possible to install as pre-thickener for your existing belt press or centrifuge to improve their dewatering ...

Model EC Series - Sludge Dewatering Press

by AMCON Inc.     based in Yokohama, JAPAN

EC series standard model Volute dewatering presses consist of the basic configuration and a sludge conditioning tank.

Model ES Series - Sludge Dewatering Press

by AMCON Inc.     based in Yokohama, JAPAN

ES series dewatering presses are entry level models. Offered for affordable price by focusing on the basic functions of the dewatering press with Volute technology.

Enviropol - Slurry De-watering System

by Enviropol Engineers Pvt.Ltd.     based in NOIDA, INDIA

Slurry from wet scrubber is processed for solid-liquid separation for 100% re-circulation of liquid back to the scrubbing system & eco-friendly disposal of ash. Various models are available ranging from conventional sludge drying beds arrangement to completely mechanized systems for direct loading of ash in trolleys. The selection mainly ...

CINETIK - Linear Electro-Dewatering (LED)

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

Ovivo’s Cinetik linear electro-dewatering (LED) solutions revolutionize the way water is extracted from residuals. The advanced dewatering process is based on the combined action of electro-osmosis and the application of controlled mechanical pressure across a sludge or biosolids cake, to achieve unprecedented dryness levels.

Jincheng - Model DU500 - Vacuum belt filter for sludge dewatering

by Henan Jincheng Filter Equipment Co., Ltd     based in Yuzhou city Henan province, CHINA

horizontal vacuum belt filter press is equipped with a fixed vacuum box, rubber belt moves on the box and form the moving seal together with box.Gland water can be functioned as the lubricant as well as the coolant.Characteristics- horizontal vacuum belt filter 1 Adopting foreign advanced technology, having nice shape. 2 Rigid structure,smooth ...

Amston Filter Press For Dewatering Sludge

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

The Amston filter press is a recessed plate pressure filter used for dewatering sludge. A low dose of polymer is often required to assist dewatering. The Amston filter presses require a lower polymer input than belt presses due to their use of higher pressures and finer cloths.

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