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A dewatering plant is a type of treatment facility that is used to remove excess water from a variety of materials, such as sludge, sewage, or other types of waste water. The EUROLIFT dewatering plant is a product from Teesin Machinery Pte Ltd, which specializes in the design and manufacture of waste water treatment equipment. The specific features and specifications of the EUROLIFT dewatering plant will depend on the specific model and the manufacturer's specifications, but common features may include a variety of treatment processes, such as clarification, sedimentation, filtration, and more. The plant may also feature a variety of sensors and monitoring equipment to monitor water quality, flow rate, and other parameters, as well as a control system that allows operators to manage and adjust the treatment process.

EUROLIFT Dewatering Plant (Made in Singapore by Teesin Machinery Pte Ltd)

EUROLIFT dewatering plant is deployed to remove water from solid material or soil by wet classification, centrifugation, filtration, or similar solid-liquid separation processes, such as removal of residual liquid from a filter cake by a filter press as part of various industrial processes.


Treatment processes



Thickening is often the first step in a sludge treatment process. Sludge from primary or secondary clarifiers may be stirred (often after addition of clarifying agents) to form larger, more rapidly settling aggregates. Primary sludge may be thickened to about 8 or 10 percent solids, while secondary sludge may be thickened to about 4 percent solids. Thickeners often resemble a clarifier with the addition of a stirring mechanism. Thickened sludge with less than ten percent solids may receive additional sludge treatment while liquid thickener overflow is returned to the sewage treatment process.




The water content of sludge may be reduced by centrifugation, filtration, and/or evaporation to reduce transportation costs of disposal, or to improve suitability for composting. Centrifugation may be a preliminary step to reduce sludge volume for subsequent filtration or evaporation. Filtration may occur through underdrains in a sand drying bed or as a separate mechanical process in a belt filter press. Filtrate and centrate are typically returned to the sewage treatment process. After dewatering sludge may be handled as a solid containing 50 to 75 percent water. Dewatered sludge with higher moisture content are usually handled as liquids.

Dewatering Plant-EUROLIFT

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