sludge scrapers Equipment

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Sludge Treatment System

by SIMPEC S.r.l.     based in CARATE BRIANZA (MI), ITALY

Simpecprovides sludge treatment systems coming from waste water treatment processes or from other workmanships.

VA Teknik - Rotating Sludge Scraper for Circular Tanks

by VA Teknik i Borås AB     based in Borås, SWEDEN

These machines are manufactured to a basic design and are mainly made of stainless steel. Our full-bridge and semi-bridge rotating sludge scrapers are of latticework type. There are a variety of configurations, with or without ­supplementary functions. The scrapers can be peripheral ­driven full-bridge scrapers, semi-bridge scrapers or ...

Mena Water - Chain Sludge Scraper System

by Mena Water     based in Sharjah, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

The most common chain scraper system scrapes sludge from the bottom and skims surface of the tank. A cross collector can be installed in the sludge hopper for transferring the sludge to the removal system. The rectangular scraper is designed to remove grease and oil and other floating solids from the surface of the wastewater and settlement tanks. ...

Arlat - Model CF - Chain and Flight Sludge Collector

by Arlat Technology Inc. - a division of Price-Schonstrom     based in Walkerton, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The Arlat CF chain and flight sludge collector equipment is designed to be mounted into rectangular tanks and is suited for Primary and/or Secondary clarifiers as well as water plant settling tanks. The action of the flights is to scrape the sludge, which settles to the bottom, to one end where it is collected and transferred to the digesters. The ...

Partech - Model ASLD 2200 - Sludge Blanket Level Detector

by Keison International Ltd.     based in Essex, UNITED KINGDOM

The ASLD 2200 is a fully automatic sludge blanket level detector primarily designed for the water and waste water industry but could be applied to other types of process. It utilises a servo-driven sensor which continually tracks the settled interface and produces a 4-20 mA output which is proportional to the depth of the blanket.

Konseb - Model Robot 90 - Sludge Removal Robot

by Filtration Technology Ltd.     based in Manukau, NEW ZEALAND

Sludge remains one of the biggest problems for water treatment plants. Over the years clarifiers have been built with hopper bottoms, circular scrapers, chain scrapers and various arrangements of manifolds to remove sludge. The Robot 90 is a simple solution to the problem of removing sludge. Simply described, it is an intelligent vacuum cleaner. ...

Rotary Sludge Scraper

by Mojan Engineering Co.     based in Tehran, IRAN

Sedimentation tanks are used for removing settleable solids and reducing the suspended solids content in wastewater. Mojan sedimentation tanks are circular and constructed with gently sloped bottoms (about 8%) and have sludge hoppers with relatively steep sides. A scraping mechanism is mounted inside the settling tanks for the collection and ...

Model ASP - Automated Sludge Press

by Cequesta Water     based in Gan Yavne, ISRAEL

The ASP (Automated Sludge Press) is a powerful wastewater treatment system able to treat many types of industrial wastewater or sludge in one single operation unit.

Sludge Thickener

by FRIULANA COSTRUZIONI s.r.l.     based in Vigonovo Di Fontanafredda, ITALY

The sludge thickener is a machine fitted with a stake and scraper blade structure connected to the central pin that, by rotating in clockwise direction, make the gases present in the water surface and at the same time it allows conveying the debris (sludge, etc.) into the concrete basin, located in the middle of the tank bottom, from where they ...

Markland - Automatic Sludge Blanket Level Detector

by Markland Specialty Engineering Ltd.     based in Georgetown, ONTARIO (CANADA)

This Detector helps municipal/industrial water and wastewater plants monitor & control solid/liquid interface levels in clarifiers and settlement tanks (including lamellas, decanting tanks, dissolved air flotation thickeners, sequencing batch reactors, hoppers, upflow filter reactors and sedimentation basins) and automate silt/sludge removal. It ...

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