At Pollution Control, we manufacture a range of Screening & Dewartering machines for the screening, dewatering and separating effluents based on the proven Groundhog Slurry Separator design. Due to this, our machines can be adapted to screen or separate dirty water for use in dewatering & rag screening applications on wastewater treatment works, Industrial separation for effluents and sand and silt separation.
Our Rotary Brush Screens are the smallest of our screening systems. However, they were originally developed for screening farmyard dirty water. It is a single-stage perforated screen system with two or four brushes/scrapers. Therefore, effluent enters the inlet end, and the solids are brushed/scraped over the screen and dropped down a chute at the outlet end. Then, the liquid drops through the screen into the sump and is piped away. Due to this, our Green Machine system is the same as a Rotary Brush Screen but has a tank and distribution pump beneath the screen. The Rotary Brush Screen/Green Machine system can be adapted for separating a wide range of effluents or as a rag screening system in wastewater treatment applications.
The Groundhog Slurry Separator is a proven system for separating farm slurries. It is a double-stage system. The first stage separates the slurry from the liquid, most of which drops out at this stage, moving the solids onto the second stage, where they are pressed to remove the remaining liquid. Finally, the remaining solids are brushed out at the chute ends. Therefore, the separator leaves very dry solids. Therefore, we have recently developed a “Super-Dry” Separator that doubles the solids’ pressing amount.
Our industrial separator is based on the Groundhog Slurry Separator. It can separate a wide range of solids from liquids in various industries. Moreover, the separator can be adapted to separate almost anything using different screen types and sizes and brush/scaper/roller configurations. As well as this, it has even been used to separate coffee beans.
Our industrial separator is based on the Groundhog Slurry Separator. It can separate a wide range of solids from liquids in various industries. Using different screen types & sizes and brush/scaper/roller configurations, the separator can be adapted to separate almost anything. It has even been used to separate coffee beans.
The Pollution Control Rake Screen was developed to remove paper and rags from water in the wastewater treatment industry. It uses a series of fixed and rotating bars to rake solids from the liquid in the effluent, passing through the machine and dropping them out via a chute. However, it can be adapted for use in many other industries.
Due to the increase of sand as a bedding material in agriculture, separating and reusing sand have become a requirement in the industry. Therefore, we have started installing Lamella Clarifiers as a sand separation system pre-treatment before separation and recently have begun the development of a sand separator. Both these systems will allow farmers to recycle the sand they are using. In addition, the sand separator will be adaptable in other industries where sand or slit removal is required.