Borger Rotary Lobe Pumps are positive displacement pump transferring sludge to and from thickeners, belt presses, centrifuges, rotary presses, digesters , air entrained fluids, DAF, and industrial slurries. They handle thick solids greater than 2% up to 2000 gpm and pressures up t0 150 PSI. Rotary lobe pumps can run dry and are capable of self-priming. The rotation of the pair of lobes increases suction chamber pressure and creates a vacuum on the priming side of the pump drawing liquid into the pump chamber.
Andritz – Belt Drying System – provides highly desired Class A Biosolids in a highly marketable sludge pellet / granule. The process granulates the dewatered sludge in a mixer with product that has already been dried. The moist granulate produced here is distributed evenly over the belt in the dryer by a specially designed feed module. The even layer of material on the belt creates optimum conditions for even distribution of the drying air. This, in turn, is necessary for even heating and drying of the sewage sludge. The layer of material on the belt forms a filter medium for the air flowing onto the granulate layer from above and thus prevents entrainment of dust. The low temperature of the drying gases (< 150°C) and the low dust content in the system facilitate safe operation. The dried material is not exposed to mechanical stress during drying and is pre-cooled before the dryer discharge. The technology – simple, convincing, and successful.
Andritz – Centrifuge is manufactured to handle the most difficult to dewater sludges with automated controls and torque control to allow operation with minimum amount of operator attention and maintenance. Field replaceable tungsten carbide feed and discharge ports, field replaceable wear tiles with 20,000 hour wear guarantee and 316L stainless steel bowl provide a rugged and dependable machine. Andritz commitment to stock spare parts allows the owner to exchange the scroll without having to remove the bowl since both are independently balanced freeing up owners requirements for spare parts. Successful installations include Olathe-KS, Newton-KS, Wichita-KS and Lincoln-NE.
Andritz – Belt Filter Press – SMX & Quantum Low-Profile belt press that significantly simplifies operation, maintenance and lowers cost of ownership. Engineered with the operator in mind, our low-profile design provides modular flexibility, quality design, and low maintenance, without compromising performance, to create the most advanced belt filter press on the market today. The low-profile design eliminates the need for costly platforms. Access for maintenance has been improved with an overall height of only 60” where the gravity zone is at a convenient height. Wide gravity zone and optimized camber wedge to allow perfect distribution of the sludge and ensure gradually increasing pressure, minimizing the possibility of extrusion.
Andritz GBT & RDT thickeners for efficient sludge treatment. The GBT has large open area, special feeder, and adjustable ploughs to optimize the drainage effect. Rotary Drum Thickeners (RDT / PDR) are considered to be an easy and efficient thickening solution prior to the dewatering process and can deal with biological sludge.With its simple design and small footprint, the PowerDrum is easy to install and requires little supervision and maintenance.
ANDRITZ C-Press, a screw press providing high performance combined with compact design, features low operating costs. With its direct drive system and conical shaft with constant screw pitch, the new press can handle inlets from 1 to 23 m3/h and outlets from 50 to 800 kg DS/h. In addition to a long lifecycle, the press also offers the advantages of easy operation, low maintenance, and – due to bi-sequential cleaning – 30% less water consumption than comparable equipment. Features Low energy consumption and totally enclosed design for odor control.
Kusters – Rotary Drum Thickener – to reduce sludge hauling costs, increase digester capacity, and to reduce size of other dewatering equipment. Thicken sludge from (0.5% -1.5%) to outlet concentration of (5% to 7%) with flowrates of 25 to 400 gpm. Choose Kusters to save significant reduction in polymer consumption compared to competitors in side by side tests. Flocculation tank with maxized detention time.
ANDRITZ filter press sidebar SP is the next generation of pneumatic filter presses from ANDRITZ SEPARATION and is fully modularized. As there are only a small number of hydraulic power pack sizes available, spare parts management is easier and service technicians require less training. THE ANDRITZ filter press SP series offers the right size for each throughput requirement.. Solids are separated reliably from liquids in the ANDRITZ quality you are accustomed to without using electricity. No compromise on process reliability, safety, or easy operation.
Features include a re-designed power pack that ensures stronger, faster, and quieter operation, a special pin design for better distribution of forces, and a manual pneumatic plate shifting system that provides additional operating convenience.
UGSI Chemical Feed Polymer Feed Systems offers the most comprehensive line of both hydraulic and mechanical polymer activation methods with the Polyblend® mechanical polymer feeders and with the Dynablend™ and Dynajet™ hydraulic polymer feeders. Both technologies have been used in the field for the past several decades. The Polyblend® technology was introduced in 1972 and the Dynablend™ and Dynajet™ technologies were introduced to the market in 1985. The combination means UGSI Chemical Feed now boasts over 10,000 installations and three decades of field experience.
H2O Innovation – Reverse Osmosis for removal of nitrates, dissolved organics, dissolved organics, sulfate, uranium and hardness. RO uses a semi-permeable membrane to separate and remove dissolved solids, organics, pyrogens, submicron collodial matter, viruses, and bacteria from water. The process is called “Reverse” Osmosis since it requires pressure to force pure water across a membrane, leaving the impurities behind. Reverse Osmosis is capable of removing 95 – 99% of the total dissolved solids (TDS) and 99% of all bacteria, thus providing safe, pure water. Applications include surface water, ground water (under influence) and water reuse.
H2O Innovation has been involved in supplying nanofiltration (NF) and reverse osmosis (RO) systems for municipal and industrial applications since the 1990s/ NF/RO applications are used to remove unwanted salts and contaminants from a feed water stream. It is commonly used in drinking water, water reuse and desalination applications. Systems are designed to achieve removal of TDS, TOC, alkalinity, sodium, chloride, phosphate, iron, manganese, arsenic, boron and other salts or contaminants based on membrane projections which simulate the rejection of these contaminants by the NF/RO membrane.
Park Process – manufacturers dewatering containers, with a porous bottom to dewater sludge, grit or other fluid. The dewatered portion is collected to a drain. The false bottom can be permanent with stainless steel wedge bottom of various openings or with a disposable needle punched polypropylene geotextile filter. The most common type of dewatering container is based on a roll-off box design, although any type of container that is water tight can be made into a dewatering box. This includes containers that are commonly referred to as self-dumping hoppers and front loaders. Park Process manufacturers industrial filtration, Oil-Water Separators, batch and inline polymer make-up systems, eductors, mud cleaners, and oil field mud hoppers.