INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENT & WATER TREATMENT For many years, Systems has supplied equipment for discharging and metering water and The products used for PH control, such as hydrated lime, activated carbon (PAC) and soda ash are supplied in various forms and has designed equipment to discharge both bulk bags (FIBCs), silos and 50 lb bags.
solutions provide the following Reduced manual handling Dust-free bag emptying Loss-in-weight or volumetric chemical batching screw, aero Integral conveyors - either mechanical, tubular chain drag or vacuum Bulk bag dischargers with integral aids for products such as hydrated lime poor Continuous of product through the use of hopper/chute agitation devices High levels of reliability Minimum maintenance costs conveyors permit the use of varying or coarser, and less expensive grades of lime than are required for the operation of axial type pumps for example Even and consistent material
Examples of SYSTEM 1
Discharging and Dosing Systems Discharging Activated Carbon from Bulk Bags
Equipment Summary: a) T6 Bulk Bag Discharger with a hoist, runway beam lifting frame, discharge chute and massage system
b) Weigh hopper on load cells with variable speed gearbox c) Agitation unit with
screw conveyor b)
d) Eductor e) Controls with inverter (not shown) c)
System Overview 1. Activated carbon, supplied in bulk bags, is loaded into the discharge station. The carbon then empties into a screw conveyor supplying a weigh hopper. 2. The conveyor tops up the weigh hopper on
demand from a low level sensor and stops on a signal from a high level sensor. 3. From the weigh hopper, a second screw conveyor doses the activated carbon into an eductor using a variable speed gearbox and inverter.
Emptying Activated Carbon from Bags
Equipment Summary: a) Mobile Bag Dump Station a hopper on a mobile frame
c) An agitator is mounted on the base of the hopper to aid material w
e) Control panel with inverter
b) The hopper has a dust hood with dust extraction and a bag disposal port with a strip curtain on door to contain dust
d) A screw conveyor with variable speed gearbox is supported by the hopper and the mobile frame
Mobile dust extraction unit
System Overview 1. Activated carbon is delivered in bags which are ripped and tipped into the feed hopper. 2. The conveyor then dispenses at a predetermined speed to put the required amount into the eductor.
SYSTEM 3 Dosing Activated Carbon from Bulk Bags Equipment Summary: a)
T2 Bulk Bag Discharger with lifting frame, discharge chute and massage system
Control panel with inverter
System Overview 1. Bulk bags of activated carbon are delivered to the site and are loaded onto the discharge station using a forklift or customer’s own hoist.
2. An integral screw conveyor then doses the required amount of carbon into an eductor.
SYSTEM 4 Discharging Activated Carbon from Bulk Bags without a Forklift Equipment Summary: a
T6 Bulk Bag Discharger with hoist, runway beam, lifting frame, discharge chute and massage system to aid w
Agitation unit with variable speed drive
screw conveyor and
c) Control panel with inverter (not shown) a)
System Overview Activated carbon is supplied in bulk bags that are loaded onto a discharge station. Carbon is then discharged into a screw conveyor, which supplies an eductor. b)
Conveying Hydrated Lime from Bulk Bags
a) T2 Bulk Bag Discharger with lifting frame, discharge chute and bag massage system
Hydrated is delivered in FIBCs that are loaded onto a discharge station. Using the twin outlet, lime can be transferred to one of two mixing tanks at a rate suitable for dispersion.
b) Agitation unit c) Flexible screw conveyor d) 2 Conveyor outlets e)
Conveying Activated Carbon from a Silo
Equipment Summary: a) Adaptor/Transition from silo to agitated conveyor inlet b)
Flexible screw feed rates for powdered activated carbon (Bulk Density 900 - 1,000 lb/ton)
Conveyor Model 318
c) Flexible Connection from outlet of above conveyor to inlet hopper
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d) Hopper and Agitator Unit Conveyor Model 318 with gearbox
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Powdered activated carbon is transferred from a silo situated outside of a building to a mixing/slurry tank. The actual throughput rates were required to vary from approximately 1 lb to 30 lb per hour.
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"DOSING SYSTEM IN A BOX" Spiroflow working together with ejector specialist T Systems where the solids additive handling system, the dosing ejector and all controls including safety and alarm systems are housed in a 20 ft ISO Container. This approach massively reduces the cost of water or waste treatment in situations where a building would otherwise need to be built. And, of course they are mobile and can be moved to any location on short notice for seasonal or emergency situations.
We believe that after-sales support and service form an integral part of the product. This fundamental belief is the basis of many long term partnerships we have enjoyed with our customers.
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