DEWATERING SCREW PRESS (DSP)
DAACH's Dewatering Screw Press (DSP) is uniquely designed as a fully automated system capable of starting up, operating, and shutting down with zero operator intervention. DAACH’s DSP can be set up to achieve dewatering of sludge in a single operation, thus making it revolutionary in solids handling. The press has a unique dewatering drum that can produce over 20% solids. It is especially useful in industries with a high content of oil and fat which are known to blind filter materials.
DAACH’s DSP Advantages:
Versatile: Applicable to various sludge types including viscous high fiber sludge.
Efficient: Able to handle oily sludge, increase capacity, reduce water content and increase recovery rate of solids. No need for thickeners, sludge storage or separate dosing facilities.
Intelligent: Fully programmable.
Stable: Reduced failure rate, no clogging, no wear, and durable.
Economical: Reduced energy, water, chemical, labor, less maintenance and overall reduced operational costs.
Safety: Fully enclosed, safe operation and spillage prevention.
Environmentally Friendly: Low noise, no vibration, no mess and no odor.
Convenient: Simple installation, commissioning and decommissioning, easy operation, low and stress-free maintenance.
APPLICATIONS DSP IS USED FOR:
DAACH’s DSP is a powerful wastewater treatment system designed to treat many types of industrial wastewaters and sludge in one single operational unit.
Raw Wastewater Streams: A raw wastewater stream from the plant’s process can be sent directly to the DSP. The stream will be flocculated in a flocculation tank, and the flocculated stream will be sent to the screw press for de-watering and solids pressing. i.e.Stream from screen, dirty stream.
Biological Sludge Streams: Biological systems produce sludge streams with very small “pin-floc” type sludge these sludge streams can be thickened/flocculated and then sent to the DSP for pressing. i.e. Aerobic reactor sludge, SBR sludge, UASB sludge.
GEM System or DAF Sludge: Any Flotation System can directly deliver its flocculated sludge stream to the DSP for sludge pressing. Sediment from clarifiers can be thickened via flocculation and pressed in the DSP.
IF IT CAN BE FLOCCULATED, IT CAN BE PRESSED!