Lamella - Model LS - Separator
The Lamella® lamella separator was developed by the Axel Johnson Institute in Sweden during the 1970s and has become a world leader in lamella technology. Lamella separators are designed to maximise sedimentation in the smallest possible space. Lamella’s popularity is due to several factors; one of the most important being the well-proven design that contributes to the excellent safety and reliability that characterises Lamella.
Lamella can reduce your footprint to as little as 10% of a traditional sedimentation tank. That makes it ideal for the expansion of capacity of existing water treatment plants, or when the surface is expensive or limited.
LS – Lamella separator
The LS model comes in a number of standard sizes. It consists of an independent Lamella separator with conical sludge hopper, with sludge being removed at the bottom by water pressure when a valve is opened. You can choose a flocculation tank with a fast mixer and agitator, and a rotating sludge scraper in the sludge hopper.
All LS and LT standalone models can be equipped with one or more flocculation tanks, with an agitator and fast mixer option to speed up flocculation and sedimentation.
Lamella® lamella separators provide excellent separation and purification performance in a variety of applications, such as:
Municipal Water And Waste Water Treatment Plant
- Wash water treatment/purification
- Primary and secondary sedimentation
- Final polishing
- Sludge thickening
- Industrial process water
- Chemical industry – purification and thickening
- Paper and pulp industry
- Iron and steel industry, reduction of scale residues
- Metalworking – the cleaning of metal surfaces
- Waste water with metal oxide residues
- Purification of the water from the filtering processes
- Biological waste water treatment
- Recirculation of water in the vegetable industry
- Treatment of scrubbing water
- Stainless steel: up to 165 m2 sedimentation area
- Glass fibre: up to 100 m2 sedimentation area
- Stainless steel or fibre glass for all possible flows