Sludge dewatering is the separation of a liquid and solid phase in cases where generally, the least possible residual moisture is required in the solid phase and the lowest possible solid particle residues are required in the separated liquid phase. Sludge Dewatering Systems can be custom engineered and integrated into your process for removing solid waste, extracting the water from sludge, choosing the correct sludge dewatering system which is right for you and your process are vital for maximum efficiency and to not add operating costs.
Dutco Tennant LLC can assist with all types of sludge dewatering applications. We have earned the trust of several clients of the regions due to our excellent product range and our specialization in solving problems through application engineering. A sludge dewatering system can drastically reduce the regular maintenance which is typically needed with systems of this type. By dewatering sludge properly, you can reduce your disposal fees and maintain cleaner fluid, reduce the need for purging, and maintain dependable production or operations by eliminating manufacturing downtime and/or maximizing processing time. Excess amount of water which is still present in sludge thickened and it requires to be removed to have more stable and easy to handle sludge in less volume and to make it less expensive for transporting. Dutco Tennant LLC offers the most common methods of sludge dewatering such as belt filter presses and filter presses. Our experts are always prepared to help you choose the most efficient sludge dewatering equipment based on the characteristic of your influent sludge, dehydrated solid products, availability of space, odour control, the cost for investment and maintenance, complexities of operation and management.
We can supply you with sludge dewatering systems that can be custom engineered and integrated into your process for removing solid waste and extract water from sludge. Choosing the correct sludge dewatering system which is right for you and your project is vital for maximum efficiency and low operating costs.