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Comment Separation Processes

A new decanter for smaller- scale sludge dewatering

By Chemical Engineering |

Flottweg

Flottweg



The C2E decanter centrifuge (photo) was developed specifically for the dewatering and thickening of smaller sludge burdens. The machine consists of a bowl of duplex steel, with all product-wetted components made of rust- and acid-resistant 1.4404 (316) stainless steel, providing high-quality wear protection with wear components that can be replaced on-site. The C2E also has the company’s patented Simp Drive, which regulates the differential speed between the decanter bowl and the decanter scroll, depending on the scroll torque. The C2E features a throughput of about 10 m³/h during sludge dewatering or 15 m³/h during sludge thickening. — Flottweg SE, Vilsbiburg, Germany

www.flottweg.com
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