THK machine treats wastewater using centrifuge
Centrisys system adopted at wineries, beverage plants
The Centrisys Corp. offers its THK sludge thickener machine that currently is being employed at several wastewater treatment facilities, an airport in Beijing, and an East Coast winery, the company says. In the last few years, the United States has undergone a series of innovations and technology advancements in wastewater treatment that is helping industries save energy and resources, it adds. The THK sludge offers lower life cycle costs, less or zero polymer, higher G-volume for higher capacity and less redundancy, as well as a reduction of power consumption by as much as 50 percent compared with standard dewatering centrifuges. One wastewater treatment plant in Kenosha, Wis., was able to replace four DAFT units, operated 24/7 without polymer, and achieved 5 percent TS cake and 95 percent capture, the company says. The basis of the THK design highlights the centrifuges’ ability to specifically thicken both primary and waste-activated sludge using the fundamental principles of a centrifuge, DAFT and Rotary Drum Thickener.
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