Multi-Disc Sludge Dewatering Screw Press Machine
Dynamic Equipment Private Limited (DEPL) was founded in 1993 as an engineering firm in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
Multi-Disc Sludge Dewatering Screw Press Machine is a sludge dewatering equipment which work on the filtration mechanism after coagulation-flocculation of sludge.
Intake of Sludge: The Multi Disc Screw Press introduces raw sludge from various sources, including sewage treatment plants and industrial operations, for dewatering.
Thickening and Mixing: Initially, the incoming sludge undergoes a thickening process aimed at reducing its water content. They achieve this by mixing the sludge with a polymer or flocculant.
Gravity-Based Drainage: After introducing the polymer, the press evenly distributes the sludge mixture over multiple discs or screens.
Screw Mechanism: At the core of the Multi Disc Screw Press lies a rotating screw mechanism. As the sludge progresses along the screens, the screw gently applies pressure to further extract water from the sludge.
Sequential Stages: Multi Disc Screw Presses often feature multiple stages, each equipped with finer screens and elevated pressure levels.
This sequential approach significantly improves the dewatering process, resulting in sludge with a substantially higher solids content.
Collection of Separated Water: They collect the considerably cleaner separated water from the sludge, and based on its quality and regulatory requirements, it can either be returned to the treatment process or disposed of.
Discharge of Dewatered Sludge: The press discharges the dewatered sludge, which has a thicker consistency and a higher solids content.
6-10 times lower power consumption
5 year maintenance free operation proven in field
Low speed of <4-6RPM ensure negligible wear and tear
Lower polyelectrolyte consumption
Dynamic Equipment Private Limited (DEPL) is a Supplier of Multi-Disc Sludge Dewatering Screw Press Machine In Andrapradesh and various locations like Adoni, Amaravati, Anantapurm, Chandragiri, Chittoor, Dowlaiswaram, Eluru, Guntur, Kadapa, Kakinada, Kurnool, Machilipatnam, Nagarjunakoṇḍa, Rajahmundry, Srikakulam, Tirupati, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram, Yemmiganur.
For further details, we recommend engaging in a professional conversation with the DEPL team.