Sludge handling and transfer

Efficient pumping and mixing of sludge

Sulzer pumps, mixers and agitators are used to transfer, blend and handle sludge. Our progressing cavity, positive displacement pump range, provide a near constant flow rate with suction lift capability, for handling all types of non-Newtonian sludge and cake processes, typically demanded within the wastewater treatment plant. Maintain in place features ensure any process downtime due to the change out of wear components is kept to a minimum.

Wastewater treatment process - sludge buffer tank

Products

  • PC transfer perform pump
    Designed for easy dismantle and reassembly, maintain in place without the need to disconnect, remove suction or discharge pipework and minimize time and cost.

  • PC transfer pump
    Sulzer’s competitively priced transfer pump, with close coupled drive and gearbox. This product has a small footprint, useful where space to install is tight and is available in low to high flow configurations.

  • PC cake pump
    Available as standard or maintain in place, the cake pump is designed with a wide throat inlet for transfer and handling of thickened and blended sludge.

  • PC dosing pump
    In sludge dewatering and thickening, barrier layer injection and conditioning agents are added to the delivery pipework for lubrication, to reduce friction losses and system operating pressure.

  • Submersible mixers
    Sulzer's energy efficient submersible mixers are suitable for a wide range of applications in industry and municipal treatment plants. They provide the right solution to match mixing tasks for agitating, blending, mixing, dissolving and suspension of solids in industry and municipal treatment plants.

  • Agitators, dynamic mixers
    Sulzer SALOMIX® and Scaba mixing and agitation technology offers a wide range of products for industrial applications. Side-mounted horizontal and top-mounted vertical agitators, dynamic chemical mixers, and tower and tank flow management products guarantee effective mixing and agitating processes.

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