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Efflunent Treatment Sludge De-Watering

KOBAG

 
Most economical sludge dewatering for SMALL ETP’s !!!!!

• Sludge generated in small ETP’s is also small.
• Scientific sludge separation and disposal is desirable and mandatory.
• Statutory requirements will only get much stricter with the passage of time.
• Conventional drying beds and filter presses are quite costly and are highly labour intensive.
• Highly advanced belt press filters are too costly.
KOBAG is the ultimate answer.
Only one person, who is operating the ETP can handle the sludge management, without any additional manpower.
• Conditioned sludge from the ETP is drained in the specially made Hydrophobic filter bags.
• Clear filtrate flows out of the bag from all sides and is carried out of the unit.
• Just few hours of operation will yield solid concentration of higher than 15%.
• Bags are then sealed and removed from the unit with the help of the special Removing trolley.
• The bags can further be stored in the open or under roof, for further evaporative dewatering.
• Typically within 10-15 days of atmospheric drying, a moisture content of about 60-65% can be obtained.
• The bags are then sent for final disposal.
• KOBAG system come in 1 - 6 bag configurations.
economical sludge dewatering for SMALL ETP’s



economical sludge dewatering for SMALL ETP’s
Clear filtrate coming from KOBAG
Clear filtrate
Typical KOBAG-1
Clear filtrate coming from KOBAG-1
Clear filtrate coming from KOBAG-1
 
 
 
 
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