Wasser- u. Bodenverband Wahn, Germany: Two 4L
ADVANCED FLOC PREPARATION TO OPTIMISE ANY DEWATERING SYSTEM
The standard procedure for preparing sewage sludge for dewatering is chemical conditioning by polymers, with the conditioning’s primary task being to optimize the floc structure, in interconnection with highly variable sludge and process parameters.
Standard techniques are not capable of this process, as dewatering units require specific flocculation processes, so results are affected by the performance of the conditioning step.
FlocFormer, an internationally patent-protected flocculation unit, can be adapted to various conditions and is tailor made for separation processes supported by polymers.
Four adjustable operating parameters enable the system to be used at different flow rates and achieve a high flexibility towards changing sludge properties and dewatering machines.
SUEZ Advanced Solutions offer this solution in collaboration with our technology partners
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The FlocFormer carries out a two-step process:
The final products of the conditioning process are floc pellets, ready for dewatering. As a result, the dewatering and separation efficiency of these pellets is very high.
Additionally, the polymer is mixed in the sludge extensively. The complete performance of the polymer can be activated at this time, so no overdosing is required.