HUBER Sludge Acceptance Plant ROTAMAT(R) Ro3
Efficient treatment of septic sludges by means of
– ROTAMAT® Fine Screen with integrated screenings press: Ro 3
– Complete Plant with integrated grit trap: Ro 3.3
– ROTAMAT® Wash Drum: RoFAS
➤➤➤ The challenge – Our solution
HUBER provides complete systems and processes for septic sludge treatment. Our equipment, as proven during many years of experience, is especially suited for septic sludge treatment. Hundreds of ROTAMAT® plants for septic sludge treatment have been installed worldwide. Septic sludge is typically delivered in tanker vehicles. Depending on the size of the WWTP, it may be pumped into a balancing tank from where it is continuously fed to the plant.
Direct feeding without prior balancing is possible at larger plants.
In any case, removal of coarse material, such as hygienic products, plastic material, etc., from the septic sludge is necessary. There are several requirements for good septic sludge treatment:
➤ High capacity to minimise waiting time of tanker vehicles
➤ High separation eﬃciency to achieve excellent separation of non-degradable material
➤ Automation to minimise operator attendance
➤ Complete encasement to eliminate odour annoyance
➤ Reliable operation without impairment by grit and gravel
➤ Integrated screenings washing and compaction to produce screenings suitable for landﬁll and to reduce their weight and disposal costs
To meet these requirements HUBER developed special ROTAMAT® machines and plants that have proven their efficiency and reliability in hundreds of installations.
➤➤➤ Identiﬁcation and metering system
Due to the steadily increasing requirements on personnel and equipment and modernisation of technologies and software, systems with automatic software are more and more applied. The automatic software facilitates the process of metering, data storage including invoicing. This complete system is able to take into account different specific requirements (depending on the medium quality), such as feed line length, flow metering, sampling, thus facilitating various handling tasks within a single process. Plants can operate autarkically and can independently be started and operated by the customer. The system is designed for data recording and storage (independent of the plant version).