Biosolids Dewatering

  • Charter Machine Company
  • Fournier
  • GEA Westfalia
  • Faure

 Charter Machine Company

Gravity Belt Thickener

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Fournier

Fournier Rotary Press

The Fournier Rotary Press is at the forefront of innovation for municipal and industrial sludge dewatering.

Rotary Drum PressRotary Drum Press

Operation:

Sludge is fed into a rectangular channel, and rotates between two parallel revolving stainless steel chrome plated screens. The filtrate passes through the screens as the flocculated sludge advances within the channel.  The sludge continues to dewater as it travels around the channel, eventually forming a cake near the outlet side of the press.

The frictional force of the slow moving screens, coupled with the controlled outlet restriction, results in the extrusion of a very dry cake.

A unique feature of the Rotary Press is the ability to order units that can be expanded by adding additional channels at a future date.  This allows for a clients to benefit from a lower capital investment and flexibility with expansion as the need arises.  Any combination of channels can be obtained, up to a maximum of 6 channels per machine.

New CV-Optimum Press

The Fournier CV-Optimum Rotary Dewatering Press is the latest development in the 20 year history of the technology.  Units are now manufactured with a 36” diameter dewatering channel that far surpasses the performance of earlier versions. 

Features and Benefits:

  • Totally enclosed
  • Low odour levels
  • Slow rotation speed
  • Little maintenance
  • Low power consumption
  • Small footprint
  • Consistently high cake dryness
  • Simple operation that requires very little supervision
  • Automated self-cleaning cycle
  • Easily expandable
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    GEA Westfalia

     GEA Westfalia CentrifugeGEA WesfaliaWestfalia Centrifuge

    Since 1893 GEA has been building centrifuges which combine high separating efficiencies, clarifying efficiencies and throughput capacities with maximum savings in terms of energy, water and disposal costs.

    Features and Benefits

  • All product-contacting parts made of stainless steel
  • High efficiency of the drive as the variable speed motor feeds in energy instead of braking.
  • Automatic adaptation of the differential speed with a VFD
  • High throughput, many models available
  • High cake dryness
  • Varipond technology available – change pond depth as required
  • Supertiles for scroll protection

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    Faure TITAN Filter Press

    The Faure Plate & Frame Filter Press is a leading mechanical dewatering system. The filter press is one of the oldest mechanical dewatering devices - Faure has been manufacturing machines since 1868, and manufactured their first filter press in 1890 – since then there has been much innovation to the technology. 

    Operation

    Filter Presses comprise a set of plates covered with filter cloths, creating water tight chambers into which the product to be filtered is injected under pressure.  Under this pressure, the liquids pass through the cloths, which retain the solid particles.  The filtrates are evacuated throughout the pressing cycle.  The cakes that form between the plates are released in the discharge phase. 

    Membrane plate (mixed pack) technology combines the conventional filtration phase with a compression phase at the end of the pressing cycle.  Membrane filter press technology improves filter press productivity by 20 to 50% and increases the dryness of the cake.

    Cake discharge is automated, using combined shaking and automatic weight-monitoring systems developed by Faure.

    Features and Benefits


  • Simplicity, robustness, reliability
  • 100% automatic operation – cakes are discharged without operator intervention
  • Automatic high pressure cloth washing
  • Flexible operation
  • High cake dryness achieved – 30 – 80% TS
  • Low operating and maintenance costs
  • Easily adaptable to different effluent treatment methods
  • Excellent capture rate

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