Fine solids removal is the stage where we are removing from the water the medium or small solids. Normally fine screen removal considers a 1 to 6 mm opening mesh.
For this stage, ESTRUAGUA offers to clients a state of the art solution, the step creen SCALATOR . This equipment is a very good solution to remove this kind of solids.
Filtering screen detail
Channel widths: from 300 up to 2500 mm
Channel heights: 400 up to 3000 mm
Opening mesh: from 1 up to 6 mm
Standard inclination: 56 º
Body construction materials: Stainless Steel 304, 316, dúplex, super dúplex, or on demand
Filtering screen construction material: Stainless Steel 304, 316, dúplex, super dúplex, or on demand
In order to improve the working operation, the SCALATOR screen normally operates by level, that means that the equipment will have three signals:
The equipment is filtering 24 hours, being stoped when water level is located under the maximum level. During this time, the filtering screen is clogged and consequently water level raises. When the water level reaches the máximum, then the equipment start working and starts removing solids until the discharge. The equipment will be working until the water level reaches the minimum level again, and the working cycle starts again.
Normally the discharge of the SCALATOR fine screen is done to
Manual basket skip
Screw conveyor or compactor
The SCALATOR fine screen is the perfect solution for
Waste water treatment plants
Water treatment plants
Sludge solids filtration
Septic tank solid filtration
The fine screen SCALATOR is the right solution because of
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