All biogas cleaners – except for the container type – are constructed with the so called QSR (Quick Sludge Removal) system, which makes it possible to clean the tanks for sulphur and gypsum sludge in less than one working day without manual intervention.
Traditional technologies: Sludge is usually sediment in square or round basins and is lifted by a pump. Since the area of the basin use to be several square meters, the sludge must be moved to the pump. Often it is done by different scrapes. Scrapes are usually big machines, which are expensive in purchasing and need lot of energy. When troubles ...
Six 'front-end' configurations are offered with the FLUMP and Rotomite sludge removal systems – (1) the powerful 'Cobra' cutterhead; (2) an Auger type weed cutterhead, (3) a Reel type weed cutterhead, (4) a siphon manifold, (5) a vacuum or suction system, and (6) a Pond Liner Protection System. Each front-end is offered in a range of ...
The Sludge Sucker™ Sludge Removal System - A Fast, Cost-Effective Removal Solution for Light Sludges
MTC-HC 150 High Capacity Mobile Tank Cleaning Systems are used to clean fuel storage tanks and recondition, stabilize and decontaminate Diesel Fuel, Bio-Diesel, Light Oils and Hydraulic Fluids. They offer multi-phase tank cleaning, water & sludge removal and transfer of fuels between tanks to guarantee Optimal Fuel Quality at All Times.
In the Carrousel BNR system, the stage is set for achieving tight effluent limits. The combination of the Carrousel system with the ProSet™ clarifier with its rapid sludge withdrawal capabilities allows for all of those nutrients that have been captured to be properly disposed of in the sludge handling areas of a plant.
Ovivo can supply a range of scraper bridges to suit all types of circular settlement tanks, up to and including 60 metres diameter tanks. Scraper bridges can be installed in concrete and glass lined steel tanks.
The EnviroDAF technology is a Dissolved Air Flotation clarification process for the separation of solids, grease and oils. It works by producing a stream of micro-fine air bubbles that attach to solids and float them to the surface, where they can be removed by a surface scraping mechanism.
Separate systems for sludge removal and surface skimming of floating scum up an inclined beaching plate. Power skimmers are also available.