From Production Machinery
Belt presses are essentially composed of two moving belts guided by a series of rollers. The sludge is spread out on the top belt and channeled back and forth by plastic blades to allow most of the water to drain through the belts (meshed nets). The sludge is then dropped onto the lower belt and sandwiched between the upper belt as it moves through a series of rollers, which squeezes out even more water. The sludge cake is then scraped off the belt and falls by gravity into a suitable container.
M.GB. belt presses feature a frame entirely in Stainless Steel and synthetic plastic belts , for a long life and easy replacement.
Our FPN belt presses feature also an exclusive system for sludge /polyelectrolyte mixing , thanks to a special reaction tank provided with a variable speed mixer:such in a way the optimal reaction between the chemical product and sludge isassured. This in turn means a sludge that drains more easily , a low chemicalconsumption and high percentages of dried matter , up to 30 % , even if thenormal values stay between 18 and 25 %.
The filtering clothes washing is achieved thanks to a multi- stage , high pressure pump ; the machine is provide by a control panel installed on a side of the press.
Belts width varies between 750 and 2000 mm whilst the corresponding flows between 6 and 16 mc/h.