|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Feed Flow Rate||50 m3/day|
|Insulation Type||Double Insulation|
Waste Water Treatment Equipment is mainly composed of a thick directly driven, shafted steel spiral, which rotates inside the cylindrical compacting zone where screenings to be compacted are conveyed.
The compactor is equipped with a washing hopper complete with an impeller, a ball valve at the water inlet and a solenoid valve.Screenings fall into the washing hopper that fills up with water.
The impeller moves screenings together with the water to separate solids from organic particles. After washing, the hopper empties and a rotating shafted spiral conveys the solids to the compacting where screenings are dehydrated and conveyed to the outlet.
The liquid produced by compaction and washing is reintroduced into the purification process through the screening channel.