The screenings are additionally washed which makes them suitable for landfill. The filtrate is blended into the wastewater for further treatment in the WWTP.
If an outstanding separation efficiency is required, every version of Septage Receiving Station can be alternatively equipped with the well-proven ROTAMAT® Rotary Drum Fine Screen Ro2.
The efficiency and rugged construction of this type of sludge acceptance plant is able to cope with throughputs up to 100 m³/h and has proved is reliability in every day operation. A compact construction in connection with intelligent technology provides the conditions for continuous operation - day after day, year after year.
There are two versions of the septage receiving station available: with a fine screen or micro strainer:
HUBER Sludge Acceptance Plant ROTAMAT® Ro3.1 - Sludge Screen with Fine Screen
The robust and efficient Ro3.1 version has become the most popular system of its kind. Its superior design and engineering guarantee most dependable operation – day after day, year after year.
The main component of this Sludge Acceptance Plant is the reliable HUBER Fine Screen ROTAMAT® Ro1. It excels with its high capacity, good separation efficiency and low head loss. Another exceptional feature is its integrated screenings press with all its benefits.
The ROTAMAT® Fine Screen is extremely sturdy, able to deal with rocks and grit, and is entirely made of stainless steel. It is fully self-cleaning as its rake tines fully engage with the basket.
HUBER Sludge Acceptance Plant ROTAMAT® Ro3.2 - Sludge Screen with Micro Strainer
This is an efficient and low-cost alternative to our Ro3.1. It can be used for low flow and load applications.
In this Ro3 version a HUBER Micro Strainer ROTAMAT® Ro9 is installed in a container. The screen basket is cleaned by the stainless steel screw. Additional cleaning is achieved by wear-resistant brushes fitted to the screw flights. As the screenings are conveyed upwards within the closed rising pipe they are compacted in the integrated screenings press prior to being discharged.