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Wam CONSEP - Concrete Reclaimers
 
Description

CONSEP is a Concrete Reclaimer used in ready-mixed concrete batching plants for recycling concrete washed out from truck mixers and in pre-cast concrete batching plants for recovery of concrete from the moulds.

Function

The solid aggregate particles (sand and gravel) having a particle size larger than 0.3mm (0.01 in) are separated from the wastewater by an inclined heavy-duty screw.
 
Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

Flow rate: 15 m³/h (9 cfm) of diluted concrete
Drive power: 5.5 kW (7.5 HP) / 7.7 kW (10 HP) ¿ 400 V, 3 phases
All fabricated parts in galvanized carbon steel
Heavy-duty ribbon flight screw in high-resistance steel
Sturdy extra-heavy-duty design
Flanged shaft couplings
Internal, replaceable maintenance-free lower bearing
Low water consumption and efficient aggregate washing
Easy maintenance (easy access to all equipment components)
High reliability
Under or above ground installation

Options & Accessories

Aggregate classifier
Screw feeder (special high capacity charge hopper for up to six truck mixers)
 
Wam CONSEP 5000 - Concrete Reclaimers
 
Description

The new CONSEP 5000 is an innovative Concrete Reclaimer used in ready-mixed concrete batching plants for reclaiming concrete washed out from truck mixers, as well as in pre-cast concrete batching plants for the recovery of concrete from the moulds.
 
Function

The CONSEP 5000 allows the recovery of the residual concrete and wash water from truck mixers or concrete pumps making it possible for concrete manufacturers to comply with environmental standards with special reference to the environmental impact, prevention of contamination and recirculation of waste water and aggregates in concrete plants.
The different CONSEP 5000 configurations enable unloading up to 4 vehicles at a time with a recycling capacity of up to 20m3/h.The excellent solids-liquid separation and washing of aggregates, as well as large-capacity settling and extracting of fines with a particle size of down to 0.2mm, position CONSEP as a top performing machine in this sector.

Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

Flow rate: 20 m³/h (12 cfm) of diluted concrete;
Drive power: 5.5 kW (7.5 HP) 220-240/380-420 V, 50 Hz; 440-480 V, 60 Hz;
All fabricated parts in galvanized carbon steel;
Heavy-duty ribbon flight screw in high-resistance steel painted and coated with wear-proof, non-stick SINT engineering polymers;
Trough and batch hopper lined with wear-proof, non-stick SINT engineering polymer;
Sturdy extra-heavy-duty design;
Internal, replaceable maintenance-free lower bearing.
Quick Return On Investment;
Excellent solids-liquid separation and washing of aggregates;
Reduction of maintenance costs for the End User (SINT non-stick properties and resistance to abrasion, modular components);
Low running costs (low water and energy consumption).

Options & Accessories

AL4000 screw feeder;
Aggregates classifier;
Control panel.
 
Speco Wam CPS - Screw Compactors
 
Description

CPS Screw Compactors consist of a conveyor trough in stainless steel, a shaftless extra-heavy-duty spiral in carbon steel, a compacting and de-watering discharge module, a return duct for squeezed out water, and a drive unit suitable for the application. 
 
Function

Three functions in one unit:
1) Conveying
2) De-watering
3) Compacting
The volume of the screenings is strongly reduced (depending on the type of use, screenings reduction of up to 40% in volume can be obtained). The absence of internal bearings makes CPS Screw Compactors particularly maintenance-friendly. They facilitate numerous applications with intermittent operation.
The CPS/V version is particularly suitable for soft materials, whereas the CPW version provides additional washing of the screenings.

Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

One device ¿ three functions
Trough and screen manufactured in 304 stainless steel
Flight manufactured in carbon steel
Trough liner manufactured in high-density, low-friction polymer
Throughput rates up to 12 m³/h (7.5 cfm)
Screw diameters up to 400 mm (16 in)
Depending on the type of use, volume reduction of screenings up to 40%
Absence of outlet end bearing and intermediate bearing assemblies
No mechanical components in contact with the product handled
Low speed
No jamming or blocking even with fibrous products
Fully enclosed, pollution-free and odour-free
Possibility of discharging into plastic bags

Options & Accessories

Inlet spout
Fastening brackets
Adjustable support feet
Bolted slide bars
Extension / shortening
Motor drive guard
 
Speco Wam DS GRITSEP - Grit Separators
 
Description

GRITSEP DS Grit Classifiers consist of an inclined screw conveyor with a large volume hopper including an inlet spout and a water outlet spout, a shaftless screw housed in a trough, a low-friction anti-wear trough liner, a trough cover, an outlet spout for solid particles, and a drive unit mounted at the outlet end.

Function

Water to be cleaned flows through the inlet spout of the GRITSEP Grit Classifier into the decantation hopper where sedimentation of the solid particles is taking place. The low screw rotation speed improves sedimentation and sees to conveying and discharging of de-watered material through the upper outlet. Cleaned water exits through the lateral hopper discharge spout.
 
Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

Hopper manufactured in stainless steel and designed to avoid material blockages
Shaftless screw made up from sections of heavy-duty, wear-resistant carbon steel
Trough manufactured in stainless steel and lined with low-friction, wear-resistant material
Liquid throughput: 8 l/s (0.3 cfs) to 30 l/s (1.06 cfs)
Solids output: 0.08 dm³/s (0.003 cfs)
Efficiency: 90 % separation of sand with grain size as small as 200 µm
Low speed
Trough liner design facilitates quick and easy replacement
Absence of bearings
Low installation cost

Options & Accessories

Body material AISI 316L
Screw material AISI 304L
Conical discharge outlet
Bag attachment
Support structure
Sand washing system
 
Speco Wam WASTEMASTER GCP-GCE - Screw Screens
 
Description

GCP is a Screw Screen that consists of a screen basket, a conveyor screw, and a compaction section. GCE is almost identical with GCP but misses the compaction section. It is suitable for applications where screenings may not or cannot be compacted.

Function

The process starts in the screen that holds back solids only. The internal part of the screen is continuously cleaned by brushes fixed on the outside diameter of the flighting. As the water runs through the screen the shaftless spiral conveys the solids up towards the compaction module where the material is further de-watered. Depending to the material properties, screenings can be reduced up to 35% of their original volume.
 
Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

Throughput rates up to 1000 m³/h (589 cfm)
Screen mesh size ranging from 1 mm (0.04") to 6 mm (0.2")
Screen width ranging from 300 mm (11.8") to 700 mm (27½")
AISI 304L Stainless steel casing
Shaftless spiral screw in carbon steel
Intermittent operation
Volume reduction up to 35%
Absence of inside bearings
No mechanical components in contact with the product handled
Slow r.p.m.
Shaftless spiral, therefore no jamming or blocking even with fibrous products
Possibility of discharge into plastic bags
Long-life screw brushes
Low investment costs

Options & Accessories

Body material AISI 316L
Screw material AISI 304L
Extension / shortening
Screen / tube washing
Bag attachment
Drive guard
GCP = screw screen press for channel installation
GCE = screw screen without compaction for channel installation
GCE model, without compacting zone, has been developed mainly to be used in industries where solids do not require any forced de-watering (e.g. plastics) or may not be de-watered.
 
Speco Wam WASTEMASTER GCPC/GCEC - In Piping Screw Screen
 
Description

The WASTEMASTER GCEC GCPC Screw Screen is a combined machine for the separation of solids present in effluents and the compaction and de-watering of the extracted solids. It is designed to be fed by a pump or by gravity.

Function

The suspended solids are retained by the screen increasing the liquid level in the front part of the screen.
At this point the screw starts operating, cleaning the screen by means of brushes fixed on the outer part of the screw flight, removing the material, and then de-watering and compacting it (GCPC only). The conveyor screw consists of a shaftless spiral which collects the solids from the bottom of the screen conveying them without risk of clogging.
The compactor in the upper part, equipped with a washing section for lowering organic fractions, uses the conveyor screw for compaction and de-watering of the screenings (GCPC only).
 
Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

GCEC and GCPC have a sturdy metal framework (completely enclosed structure complying with safety regulations and preventing odours) manufactured entirely from 304L / 316L stainless steel
Shaftless conveyor screw manufactured from 304 / 316 stainless steel or special high resistance steel
Flow rates up to 1,000 m3/h (590 cfm)
Solids extraction of up to 0.33 dm3/s
Screens have a special mesh suitable for particular characteristics of waste water and solids
Volume reduction of up to 40% (only for GCPC)

Screening, conveying and compacting in a single unit using one drive only
Easy installation, low maintenance and low operating costs
Outdoor installation with optional anti-freeze accessories
No clogging even with fibres thanks to shaftless screw design
Intermittent operation

Options & Accessories

Screen / pipe washing
Bag clamping system
Endless tube
Drive guard
Discharge module heating
Atex gas motor
GCEC model, without compacting zone, has been developed mainly to be used in industries where solids do not require any enforced de-watering (e.g. plastics) or may not be de-watered at all.
 
Roncuzzi Wam PA - Waste Water Screw Pumps
 
Description

in 1978 SPECO started manufacturing PA-type Archimedean Water Screw Pumps. By the mid 1980s the Company had gained a leading position among European manufacturers due to the acquired know-how and expertise in production technology. Only logistic problems could stop SPECO topping their triple pitch 3.5 metre diameter, 23 metre long, and more than 30 ton weighing monster powered by a 500 kW drive supplied in 1993 to a municipal wastewater treatment plant in Rome.
 
Function

Archimedean Water Screw Pumps are a special type of volumetric pump, able to satisfy users¿ requirements as regards favourable investment and running costs, flexibility and reliability. In these machines, in fact, the flow rate varies automatically depending on how much the screw is submersed. The flow rate can be modified by adjusting the speed without moving its yield too far from the maximum value.

PA Archimedean Screw Pumps are used in wastewater treatment, in drainage and irrigation applications, in the food packaging industry, and generally whenever water (even if containing suspended solids) has to be lifted.

Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

Outside diameters up to 4 metres (13 ft)
Flow rates up to 6,000 litres per second (12,700 cfm) = 21,600 m³/h
Internal pipe lengths up to 28 metres (31 yds)
Drive power installed up to 500 kW (680 HP) and more
 
Wam SEPCOM - Solids-Liquid Separator
 
Description

SEPCOM is a machine composed by a feed device (feeding hopper or a compensator tank depending on whether the material is conveyed mechanically or pumped), a separator casing including a screw conveyor and a cylindrical screen, a compacted solid material outlet module and one or two separated liquid outlets. The drive unit and the basement complete the machine.
 
Function

SEPCOM is a solids-liquid separating machine including a screw conveyor. Using both principles of separation, by gravity and by mechanical pressing, the machine is designed to separate the liquid phase from the solid phase in a wide range of substances such as sludge, sewage, manure, solids-liquid mixtures, vegetables, processing waste and others, where the percentage of liquid inside the solid may be considerably different.
The separated solid and liquid phases can be handled in an easier and cheaper way. In some sectors this can even become a source of income.

OPERATION

The machine receives the material to be separated and conveys it using the screw conveyor inside the separator casing. The liquid phase is separated through the mesh of the cylindrical screen which encloses the screw conveyor. Along its path toward the exit, the material gradually separates progressively the less linked liquid and then the more strongly linked liquid until a plug of almost dry material has formed before the outlet. The plug is continuously expelled through the outlet diaphragm.
The machine will automatically find its balance of squeezing force depending on the material. Consequently, it can be used for a wide range of materials without the need for any manual adjustments.

Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

Compliant with a wide range of materials in different throughput rates
Optimized feeding thanks to compensator tank
Outlet diaphragm for solids manufactured from anti-wear engineering polymer: cost saving in spare parts
Self-balanced pressure at the solids outlet: steady and safe operation
Self-cleaning screen: long life and high performance operation in time
Modular screw manufactured in anti-wear engineering polymer: simple operation and cost saving in spare parts
Continuous operation
Quick return on investment 

Options & Accessories

The inlet compensator tank for pumpable materials is a mandatory accessory and essential for an optimum operation of the machine.
A lump breaker can be provided for materials such as vegetable waste which need to be reduced in small fractions to be better pressed by the machine.
An electric panel with manual operation can be provided on request.
Option of a complete system including: a fabricated structure to place the machine in an elevated position, a pre-loading tank including pump, level indicators and control panel. 
 
Speco Wam WASTEMASTER TSB 1 - Mechanical Effluent Pre-treatment Plant
 
Description

The WASTEMASTER® TSB-1 Mechanical Effluent Pre-treatment Plant carries out up two different processes: separation of solids present in effluents and the compaction and de-watering of the extracted solids.

Function

The sewage from cesspool tanks / interceptors or industrial plants collected by special tankers, has to be pre-treated before it can be introduced into any kind of purification system.
The suspended solids are retained by the screen increasing the level in the front part of the screen. At this point the screw starts operating, cleaning the screen by means of brushes fixed on the outer part of the screw flight, removing the material, and then de-watering and compacting it. The conveyor screw consists of a shaftless spiral which collects the solids from the bottom of the screen conveying them without risk of clogging.
The compactor positioned in the upper part, equipped with a washing section for diminishing organic fractions, uses the conveyor screw for compaction and de-watering of the screenings.
 
Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

Flow rates up to 30 litres per second (64 cfm)
Perforated screen basket in various mesh sizes up to 10 mm
Up to 40% volume reduction of solids
Tank washing system included in standard version

Splash-free
Odour-free
No mechanical parts in contact with waste water or solids to be handled
No civil works required
Low installation cost
Easy to set up
Low maintenance and operation costs
Small footprint
Low volume of solids for disposal

Options & Accessories

Bag attachment
Endless tube
Drive guard
Tube washing
Discharge module heating insulation 
 
Speco Wam WASTEMASTER TSF V01 - Compact Plants for Mechanical Effluent Pre-treatment
 
Description


The WASTEMASTER TSF V01 is a Compact Plant for the mechanical pre-treatment of waste water. The machine consists of a screen with a shaftless screw for solids extraction and a tank for the sedimentation of sand, as well as flotation for grease (TSF 3 only).
In the bottom of the tank a shaftless screw is installed together with an oblique extracting screw for sand removal.
The TSF 3 also includes a system for the removal of grease and floating matter in general with an innovative scraper (patent pending).
 
Function

Waste water from the sewers flows through a pipe connection into the WASTEMASTER® TSF V01 Mechanical Pre-treatment Plant. In the first phase, gross solids larger in size than the slots of the screen is separated. Subsequently the waste water enters the tank where the process of sand sedimentation and the removal of greasy floating matter (TSF 3 only) starts.
After the pre-treatment the waste water proceeds to further treatment, whereas the de-watered solids are ready for disposal.

Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

Flow rates up to 150 litres per second (540 m3/h);
3 tank section sizes and screening machines;
Sand separation with TSF 2/3: 75-85% particle size ≥ 200 µm or over 90% particle size ≥ 200 µm;
Grease removal with TSF 3;
Volume reduction of solids up to 35%.

Low installation costs as only few civil works or none at all are required (possibility of assembling TSF on site).

Low maintenance and running costs;
Best footprint/net volume ratio in the market;
Shaftless spirals;
No jamming even with fibrous materials;
Odour and splash-free;
Low volume of solids for disposal.

Options & Accessories

Screen washing system
Screening washing system (transport pipe)
Tube washing
Different types of screens slots
Electrical panel (not available at the launch phase)
 
Wam SSC - Shaftless Spiral Conveyors
 
Description

The SSC Shaftless Screw or Spiral Conveyor is an alternative concept to the traditional shafted screw conveyor. Material is conveyed by an extra-heavy-duty shaftless screw that slides on a low-friction, wear-resistant liner inside the conveyor trough housing.

The U-section troughs, which are longitudinally divided, are manufactured in carbon steel or in 304 L / 316 L stainless steel, including an appropriate surface treatment. Fabricated parts except the screw, which is ultra-heavy-duty, are of the medium-heavy-duty type. The cross section of the lower part of the trough is slightly wider than the side channels to allow for the liner to be inserted in the lower trough part. After complete assembly of the trough the liner is kept in place by the upper trough side channels. At one trough end there is a vertical or flush-type outlet. At the drive end the screw conveyor is equipped with an end plate holding the end bearing assembly with flanged shaft coupling with the screw. The drive unit installed suits the application.

The SSC can be loaded from above into the open trough (standard), or through an inlet spout included in a bolted trough cover (option), or from the side through a special side inlet in the loading zone of the trough (option).
 
Function

The Shaftless Screw (spiral) offers a larger volume capacity and the possibility of handling particularly difficult materials such as those that tend to become tangled up or those that present highly variable particle size. Construction material properties, oversize thickness, as well as a special manufacturing process make the spiral highly resistant and extremely durable. Due to the absence of intermediate bearings, obstacle-free material handling is guaranteed. The completely enclosed trough prevents any material leakage. Trough covers with appropriate gaskets enable odour-free operation and form a barrier to any atmospheric agents to enter the system. At the same time the conveyor offers maximum access to the inside for inspection and cleaning. Maintenance is reduced to the minimum due to a small number of components. There is a vast choice of liners depending on the specific material characteristics.
SSC Shaftless Screw (Spiral) Conveyors Wam have been specially designed for handling of difficult heterogeneous materials like urban solid waste, screenings and floating matter, de-watered, thickened, conditioned sludge, packaged food, creams or pastes, waste from: meat, fish, fruit and vegetable processing. The main sectors of application are: wastewater treatment, sugarhouse rejects, fish industry, solid waste treatment, fruit and vegetable processing plants, beverage industry, pulp and paper, chemical industry, food industry in general, meat processing plants, abattoirs/slaughterhouses, restaurants, canteens, catering in general.

Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

Troughput rates: up to 65 m³/h (38 cfm) for sludge, up to 25 m³/h (15 cfm) for screenings
Drive power: 0.55 kW (0.75 HP) to 7.5 kW (10 HP)
Trough and spiral manufactured in carbon or stainless steel 304 L or 316 L
Trough liner in UHMWP
Small footprint
Odour-free operation
High efficiency
Complete emptying
Simple design (few components)
Easy to access and to clean
Little maintenance
Modular components enable easy adaptation to various problems (results in an extremely versatile conveyor for a variety of ¿DIFFICULT¿ materials for a large number of applications)
High degree of self-cleaning

Options & Accessories

Bolted trough cover
Standard WAM inlet spouts
Inspection and overflow hatches
Drainage kit
Trough feet
Washing nozzles
Different type power transmissions: direct, coupling transmission, chain transmission, belt transmission
Different liners available: with wear signalling, bottom bars or plates, white or black colour plastic
Spiral guiding bar
 
Speco Wam GRITSEP FGC - Fluid Dynamic Grit Classifier
 
Description

The GRITSEP FGC Fluid Dynamic Grit Classifier is an innovative sand and grit classifier designed with the aid of most advanced simulation software. GRITSEP® FGC is a particularly compact, economical solution engineered for easy on-site assembly.
Storage, transportation and maintenance costs are reduced to the minimum.
The GRITSEP FGC Fluid Dynamic Grit Classifier consists of a separation tank, a grit and sand extracting screw and machine support stands.

Function

In various waste water treatment processes sand removal is vital to preserve functionality ofthe machine. The GRITSEP® FGC Fluid Dynamic Grit Classifier enables to:
Separate sand/grit from the waste water flow;
Extract and de-water residual solids.
 
Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

95% sand removal for sand with particle size ≥ 200μm and bulk density from 2.60 to 2.65 t/m³
Liquid throughput: from 5 dm³/s up to 36 dm³/s
Solids throughput: up to 0.18 dm³/s

Compact footprint means reduced infrastructure costs
Easy, low cost installation using standard tools
Comprehensive range
High separation performance
Excellent footprint-net volume ratio reduces shipping costs
Easy access leading to reduced maintenance costs
Durable heavy-duty shaftless screw
Easy maintenance thanks to bolted wear bars
Durable, high-density SINT® engineering polymer anti-wear profile (option)
Pressure sensor for running time optimisation (option)
Endless tube for odour reduction (option)

Options & Accessories

Endless tube
Bag-clamping system
Sand washing system
Air injection system
Drive guard
Atex gas motor
 
Speco Wam WASTECOM CLE - Screenings Washing and Compaction Units
 
Description

WASTECOM CLE is an innovative self-cleaning compactor designed for compaction of screenings.
 
Function

By means of special features, WASTECOM™ CLE is used for reduction of screenings and a large variety of waste materials from industrial processes.
WASTECOM CLE consists of a drainage chamber with a hopper, a compacting unit and a special flush end pipe for discharging the compacted material. Thanks to the particular design of the screw, screened fibrous materials can be easily handled. Moreover, the drainage chamber made from SINT™ engineering polymer enables self-cleaning and self-lubrication of both drainage and compaction chamber.

Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

Modular design
Jagged Flight
Liner made from SINT™ engineering polymer
Small footprint

Durable heavy-duty shafted screws;
Self-cleaning drainage made from SINT™ engineering polymer;
Economic transportation and installation
Abatement of organic volatile pollutants
Odour lowering
Silent operation
 
Speco Wam WASTEMASTER GCV - Vertical Screw Screens
 
Description


The waste water enters the WASTEMASTER GCV Screw Screen through a flanged connection with the supply pipe. WASTEMASTER GCV carries out solids-liquid separation with great efficiency by de-watering and compacting the effluent in a special discharge module.
By providing continuous cleaning of the screen, special brushes on the outside diameter of the screw flight optimise separation efficiency.
The collar clamp brackets and the optional base frame ensure quick and easy installation.

Function


The process starts in the screen that holds back solids only. The internal part of the screen is cleaned by brushes fixed on the outside diameter of the flight. As the water runs through the screen the shaftless spiral conveys the solids up towards the compaction module where the material is further de-watered.
 
Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

For municipal and industrial solids-liquid separation of effluents
All fabricated parts in 304L / 316L stainless steel
Screw in 304 / 316 stainless steel or special high resistance steel
Flight brushes for continuous cleaning of the screen
Screens with different mesh types (3, 6 or 10 mm)
Solids extraction up to 0.35 dm3/s
Flow rates up to 340 m3/h (200 cfm)

Up to 40% solids volume reduction
Outlet installation angle according to customers’ request (90° steps)
Stainless steel version with polymer brushes enables use with acid or basic liquids
Easy to install even where little space is available
Only system available on the market for the protection of submersible pumps
No particular inspection or frequent maintenance required
Machine components can be easily accessed or replaced thanks to modular design
Low operation noise level
Reduced energy consumption
No mechanical components in contact with the product handled
Possibility of discharge into plastic bags
Great versatility of application due to wide range of accessories

Options & Accessories

Bag clamping system
Adjustable feet
Elevation feet
Horizontal bracket kit
Endless tube
Drive guard
Discharge module heating
Pipe heating
Atex gas motor
 
Speco Wam WASTEMASTER TSB 2-3 - Combined Pre-Treatment Plant
 
Description


The WASTEMASTER® TSB-2/3 Combined Mechanical Effluent Pre-treatment Plant carries out up to three different processes: de-watering and compaction of screened solid waste, separation of sand and removal of floating greasy matter (TSB 3 only).
The machine consists of a screen with a shaftless screw for solids extraction and a tank for the sedimentation of sand, as well as flotation for grease (TSB 3 only).
In the bottom of the tank a shaftless screw is installed together with an oblique extracting screw for sand removal.
The TSB 3 includes an additional scraping system for the removal of grease and floating matter in general.
 
Function

The sewage from cesspool tanks / interceptors or industrial plants collected by special tankers, has to be pre-treated before it can be introduced into any kind of purification system. This treatment removes solids, sand and greasy matter that is present in the sewage to avoid overloading of the system.
In the first phase, gross solids larger in size than the slots of the screen are separated from the liquid. Subsequently the waste water enters the tank where the process of sand sedimentation and the removal of greasy floating matter (TSB 3 only) starts. After the pre-treatment the waste water proceeds to further treatment, whereas the de-watered solids are ready for disposal.

Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

Flow rates of up to 30 litres per second (64 cfm)
Perforated screen basket in various mesh sizes up to 10 mm
Sand separation with TSB-2/3: 90% particle size ≥ 200µm
Grease removal with TSB-3
Up to 40% volume reduction of solids
Tank washing system included in standard version

Splash-free
Odour-free
Shaftless spiral
No mechanical parts in contact with waste water or solids to be handled
No civil works required
Low installation costs
Easy to set up
Low maintenance and operation costs
Low volume of solids for disposal

Options & Accessories

Bag attachment
Endless plastic tube
Drive guard
Tube washing
Discharge module heating insulation
 
Speco Wam WASTEMASTER TSF-1 - Compact Plants for Mechanical Effluent Pre-treatment
 
Description

WASTEMASTER® TSF-1 is a combined machine for the separation of solids present in effluents and the
compaction and de-watering of the extracted solids. It is designed to be fed by a pump or by gravity.

Function

The suspended solids are retained by the screen, increasing the liquid level in the front part of the screen.
At this point the screw starts operating, cleaning the screen by means of brushes fixed on the outer part
of the screw flighting, removing the material, and then de-watering and compacting it.
 
Performance & Technical Features - Benefits

TSF-1 has a sturdy metal framework, (completely enclosed structure
complying with safety regulations and preventing odours) manufactured
entirely from 304L / 316L stainless steel
Shaftless conveyor screw manufactured from 304 / 316 stainless steel or
special high-resistance steel
Flow rates up to 500 m3
/h (300 c.f.m.)
Solids extraction up to 0.18 dm3
/s
Screens have a special mesh suitable for particular characteristics of waste
water and solids

Compact design;
Screening, conveying and compacting in a single unit using one drive only;
Easy installation, low maintenance and low operating costs;
Outdoor installation with optional anti-freeze accessories;
No clogging even with fibres thanks to shaftless screw design.

Options & Accessories

Bag clamping system
Endless tube
 
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Speco Wam DS GRITSEP - Grit Separators Speco Wam WASTEMASTER GCP-GCE - Screw Screens Speco Wam WASTEMASTER GCPC/GCEC - In Piping Screw Screen
Roncuzzi Wam PA - Waste Water Screw Pumps Wam SEPCOM - Solids-Liquid Separator Speco Wam WASTEMASTER TSB 1 - Mechanical Effluent Pre-treatment Plant
Speco Wam WASTEMASTER TSF V01 - Compact Plants for Mechanical Effluent Pre-treatment Wam SSC - Shaftless Spiral Conveyors Speco Wam GRITSEP FGC - Fluid Dynamic Grit Classifier
Speco Wam WASTECOM CLE - Screenings Washing and Compaction Units Speco Wam WASTEMASTER GCV - Vertical Screw Screens Speco Wam WASTEMASTER TSB 2-3 - Combined Pre-Treatment Plant
Speco Wam WASTEMASTER TSF-1 - Compact Plants for Mechanical Effluent Pre-treatment    

 

 
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