With the aim of separating and valorizing the sand in order to reuse it, the sand washer becomes essential in the purification plants for its great capacity to reduce the content of organic matter from " 30 to 80%" to only "1 to 3%".
The division occurs in first step between the sandy water that goes into the tank and the sand that lands in the bottom of the machine. The sand is then stirred through the agitator's rotating system, which allocates organic matter that adhered to it. The process ends by injecting wash water into the tank in order to permanently remove any remaining dirt. The residual sand harvested at the machine output is redirected then to a bucket through a conveyor screw.
This economical washing system guarantees performing washing while reducing unpleasant odors. Robust and efficient, this stainless-steel machine requires very little maintenance. All the automation is controlled from an electrical box.
Water treatment plants