As one of the sewage treatment equipment, the screw sludge dewatering machine can be widely used in sludge dewatering in municipal sewage, food, beverage, slaughter breeding, printing and dyeing, petrochemical, paper making, leather, pharmaceutical and other industries; High and low concentration sludge, starting from 2000mg/L, has created a precedent for direct dewatering of low-concentration sludge.
The screw sludge dewatering machine has a unique dynamic and static ring filter joint structure, which makes the equipment not easy to block. It does not need to clean a large amount of dust to prevent the filter joints from being clogged, completely reduce the flushing water consumption, reduce the internal circulation burden, and solve the problem of the traditional dewatering equipment. The troubles brought by the enterprise. And daily maintenance and maintenance is simple, 24 hours continuous unmanned operation, realizing the continuous automatic operation of sludge dewatering in the true sense.
The screw sludge dewatering machine adopts an integrated overall design, which is compact in design and greatly saves operating costs. The low-speed screw extrusion technology makes the power consumption greatly low; the equipment is not blocked, the flushing water is greatly reduced; the 24-hour automatic unmanned operation, the labor cost is greatly reduced. In addition, the sludge runs under such a slow working condition, and the odor does not spread, thus creating a very good operating environment.
Because the screw sludge dewatering machine directly uses mechanical extrusion dewatering, it does not need a large body such as a drum, so the machine is designed to be quite lightweight; the body is almost entirely made of stainless steel, and the replacement parts only have a screw shaft and a swimming ring, which has a long service life and long life. durable. Because it has the sludge concentration function itself, it directly treats the aerobic sludge in the aeration tank, does not need the concentration and storage unit, and reduces the overall land occupation and construction cost of the sewage treatment facility.