Dutco Tennant LLC supplies the widest range of Wastewater Grinders in the Middle East which are designed for both reliability and ease of maintenance. They are backed by lifetime support and service and they deliver excellent performance, superior features, and heavy durability. Our supplied grinders can reduce a wide variety of materials including, sanitary wipes, rags, wood, paper, sludge, and more. These units have been proven to reduce the clogging in the pump, protect the process, and dewater the equipment and also reduce solids by keeping wastewater systems running smoothly. They are used in several applications like wastewater headworks, sludge, recirculation, septage receiving, protecting of dewatering equipment like belt filter presses and centrifuges as well as a wide range of industrial applications including fish processing, oil transfer, bio-solids and more.
Since the development of activated sludge processes has begun in the early 20th century, wastewater experts have been content with debris getting into them. Clogging of the pump by unwanted materials, thickening technologies fouling like centrifuges, and potential damage to a variety of critical treatment equipment. Engineers began to deploy reduction and removal equipment into sludge systems including additional screening and single shaft comminutors. The main reason for which grinders have earned an important position in treatment plants around the world is their ability to protect sludge pumping equipment. Because of the viscous nature of the sewage sludge, there is a wide range of pumping technologies that are typically employed to move thickened materials. Some of these are like progressive cavity and rotary lobe pumps which rely on elements having very close tolerances. By harder debris, these pumps can be easily damaged and fouled by rags or any other stringy materials. The grinders simple shred to make the materials small enough so that the pumps can do their job efficiently. Some of the biggest items which would have been found historically in a plant's treatment systems are now pulled out at the headworks. With that being said, small-sized debris still makes its way inside a plant and into the digestion systems. This can include smaller wipes materials, hair, and other inorganics. Adding to that there are secondary sources like trucked-in septage or sludge from other facilities that can introduce additional trash. Coming together in digesters this small debris from wipes ropes, hairballs, and other rougher solid masses. When sludge is drawn off the bottom of the digesters or through a recirculation loop, the solids will quickly shut down pumps.
Dutco Tennant LLC has brought forward a wipes ready technology that has two shafted grinders. This technology comprises new serrated cutters specifically designed for handling disposable wipes. This wipes ready cutter first saw success in protecting lift station pumps within collection system networks where the wipes problems are present the most.