Jacksonville Dewatering Pump Equipment Rentals-BP 9100 Belt Press For Rent-Florida Wastewater Mobile Belt Press Rental
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BP 9100 Belt Press Rental in Jacksonville, FL. This is an Ashbrook Klampress 2.2 meter belt filter press on a 48' long van with two 600 gallon poly tanks which have dry or liquid poly capabilities. Belt Press rentals and thickeners size range from 1.2 meter to 3.2 meter wide belts and are mounted with full polymer, belt was, belt drive and belt tracking systems. A Belt Filter Press is an industrial machine, used for solid/liquid separation processes, particularly the dewatering of sludges in the chemical industry, mining and water treatment. The process of filtration is primarily obtained by passing a pair of filtering cloths and belts through a system of rollers. 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 Jacksonville, Daytona Beach, Gainesville, Palm Coast, Yulee, Renandina Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Lakeside, St. Augustine, Live Oak, Lake City, Perry, Flagler Beach, Palm Valley, Atlantic Beach, Villano Beach, St Augustine Beach, Buttler Beach, Ormond Beach, New Smyrna Beach and all of Florida.
This belt press rental is mounted on a 48' long van trailer with its sides removed. The trailer is complete with a heated and air conditioned control room. Its 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 the unit.
Specific Dewatering and Wastewater Management Unit Description:
- 9" screw aygur discharging out of the passenger side of this belt press rentals. The discharge auger will drop product 6' away from the edge of unit.
- Two 600 gallon poly tanks with dry or liquid poly capabilities.
- Progressive cavity poly pump with electrical VFD
- Progressive cavity sludge pump with electrical VFD. 4" camlock connections are on the driver's side of the unit
- Control room with heat and A/C
- One boost water pump with a 2" inlet connection
- 6" camlock filtrate connection on the driver's side of the unit
- 4" static mixer complete with poly injection ring and block
- Belt press is electrical VFD driven
13.5' high, 11' wide, 48' long, 44,000lbs (including belt press and all ancillary equipment)
Most Belt Filter Press operations can be divided into three general stages - first is the initial de-watering, which makes the sludge pulp; then you have the pressing or medium pressure filtration, which conditions the sludge for high pressure filtration quality; and lastly you have the high pressure filtration, which raises the dry solids content in the sludge cake to the optimum level.
The process begins as the sludge enters the press, where it is mixed with a chemical , either in the press, or in a conditioning tank prior to the press. From this flocculation or preparation zone the sludge enters the gravity drainage zone, where a large rotating drum agitates the floc and drains approximately 70% of the free water. The resulting capture rate can be as high as 99%.
Pressure is first applied in a low pressure wedge zone, which begins squeezing remaining water out of the sludge. Further dewatering occurs in the medium pressure zone, where two large perforated drums of decreasing size apply the pressure. Rollers perform the final dewatering in the high pressure zone. The sludge cake (filtered solids) then exits the machine. The belting on a belt filter press must be continuously washed with clear water to keep it from blinding, and this is accomplished by water spray bars placed above returning belt.