Nov 06

Recently, two small snail sludge dewatering machines produced by GN Solids Control supporting flocculation dosing systems are sold to Southeast Asia and used for waste treatment in food factories.

The GN Solids Control screw sludge dewatering machine is an economical and environmentally friendly sludge dewatering equipment. It uses the principle of screw extrusion to generate strong extrusion force through changes in screw diameter and pitch, as well as the small size between the moving ring and the fixed ring. The gap is a new type of solid-liquid separation equipment for squeezing and dewatering sludge.

The GN Solids Control snail sludge dewatering machine is composed of a fully automatic control cabinet, a flocculation modulation box, a sludge thickening and dewatering host, and a sump. The GN Solids Control sludge dewatering machine is equipped with GN Solids Control automatic control technology, which can realize flocculation under the condition of fully automatic operation, and continuously complete the sludge thickening and squeezing dewatering work, and return or discharge the collected filtrate.

GN Solids Control screw stacking machine is widely used in municipal sewage treatment projects and sewage sludge treatment in aquaculture, food, starch, grease, pharmaceutical, chemical, paper, leather and other industries.

Advantages of snail sludge dewatering machine:

1. It is suitable for a wide range of sludge dewatering and can be used for oily sludge treatment.

2. The equipment runs continuously and automatically, and it is not easy to be blocked.

3. Low investment and operating costs, and no secondary pollution.

4. Energy saving and environmental protection, and the equipment covers a small area.

5. The sludge can be dehydrated under aerobic conditions to avoid the release of phosphorus from anaerobic sludge dehydration

If you want to know more about GN Solids Control, we sincerely welcome you to inquire or visit our company.

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