The Belt Conveyor consists of two pulley system, one driven through a gearbox operation and the other an adjustable trailing pulley. A series of trough idlers help to keep the rubber belt in place, which conveys either screening or sludge waste to the discharge point. The conveyor belt used within wastewater treatment plants is a three ply synthetic rubber belt.
The Centreless Spiral Conveyor system is a heavy duty material handling device which provides an ideal method for transporting sticky, wet, and irregular arch-forming materials such as screening waste, sludge, powder chemicals, food, and industrial products. The system ensures clean odorless transportation of materials without spillage by enclosing with inspection covers.
The hydro conveyor is made up of a U-trough through which recycled wastewater is injected via a high pressure pump at a rate of 6-8 liters per second at a pressure of 4 bar. This system has become popular in the modern day wastewater treatment plant head of works to transport screening waste from the screening equipment to the compacting system.
Screw conveyor, is a mechanism that uses a rotating helical screw blade (screw flights), welded onto a center tube to move granular or semi-solid materials. Screw conveyors in modern industry are often used horizontally or at a slight incline as an efficient way to move semi-solid materials, including food waste, wood chips, aggregates, animal feed, boiler ash commonly found in the food / beverage and municipal industry.