Tampa Gravity Belt Thickener Rentals-GBT For Rent-Florida Wastewater Management Rental
Gravity Belt Thickener Rental in Tampa, FL. The GBT-1000 is a 48' long gravity belt mounted on a van trailer complete with a heated and air-conditioned control room. Gravity Belt Thickeners reduce sludge volume of biosolids and waste activated sludge and produce a pumpable concentrate for dewatering, treatment, or transport. The Gravity Belt Thickener (GBT) is a low power, high capacity thickening device designed to operate in continuous, high throughput applications. These belt press systems are commonly used for Sanitation and Sanitation Districts, Water Treatment Plants and Wastewater Treatment Plants. Aspen Rentals provides the highest quality dewatering rental equipment for municipal and industrial clients in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Sarasota, Cape Coral, Naples, Port Charlotte, Brandenton, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Pine Island, Crystal Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, Belleair Beach, Medeira Beach, St. Pete Beach, Holmes Beach, Bradenton Beach and all of Florida.
This gravity belt rental is mounted on a 48' long van trailer and has the sides removed. The trailer is complete with a heated and air-conditioned control room. Safety features include handrails, kick plates, stairs, emergency stops, and all safety guards. The trailer contains sufficient electrical cables to make connections within 50' of this unit.
Specific Unit Description for the GBT-1000:
- 12" discharge trough that comes out to the driver side of the unit. The product will discharge 4' away from the unit with a 6" fange on the end
- One Floc Tank with Reeves hand driven motor
- One boost water pump with a 2" inlet connection on driver side of unit
- 6" camlock filtrate connection on the passenger side of unit
- Belt press is Reeves hand driven
13' 6" high, 10' 8" wide, 48' long and 36,000 lbs (including belt press and all ancillary equipment)
A Gravity Belt Thickener employs gravity drainage through a filter belt to thicken polymer conditioned sludge prior to digestion, mechanical dewatering, or trucking to a land application site or disposal site.
Dilute sludge (typically 0.5% to 1.0%) is introduced at the feed end of a horizontal filter belt. As the slurry makes its way down the moving belt free water drains through the porous belt. The solids are continuously turned, encouraging the drainage of more water. The drainage system actually holds back the solids while causing constant movement throughout the entire sludge blanket allowing optimal drainage of free water. Sludge is discharged at the end of the horizontal filter belt as a pumpable thickened sludge.
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