HIGH PERFORMANCE WATER TREATMENT PLANT PATENTED WITHOUT USE OF FLOCCULANT
The innovative SIRION systems for the treatment of industrial waste water, have a higher efficiency than the traditional purification systems with silo-decanter and reduce the installation space by 90%.
COMPACT AND MODULAR
Sirion have several models, they are modular and can work both in parallel and in series with high performance. For the dehydration of the resulting sludge, they can be equipped with a filter bag or press filter system.
THE IDEAL CHOICE
The compact structure of the Sirion systems makes them efficient, resistant, easy to transport and move; Sirion plants are ideal for use in companies that have little space, both outside and inside, in construction sites and in natural stone quarries.
SIRION plants are complete plants for the clarification of waste water through a chemical-physical process in a lamellar sedimentation tank and for the dehydration, by filter press, of industrial sludge coming from the processing of natural stones or aggregates or other process. These plants allow the clarified waters to be recycled to be reused into the processing cycles, in order to minimize the supply from the aqueduct. The sludge dehydration, in addition to recover additional water for recycling, allows easier disposal of these special waste for the benefit of environmental protection.
COMPARISON OF SYSTEMS DIMENSIONS
NEW ULTRA COMPACT SIRION PLANT
TRADITIONAL PLANT THE SAME CAPACITY OF THE SIRION
Compared to traditional systems for water treatment with silo clarifiers, SIRION systems are considerably more convenient and more versatile because they have the same treatment capacity but they take up 90% less space and do not require expensive masonry work for the installation. In addition they have a low environmental impact as they can easily be transported by traditional means and offer significant savings in both electricity consumption and management. They are prewired and ready for use. The automatic closed cycle operation guarantees maximum safety for operator and ease of maintenance. Their versatility allows the use in the most varied applications.
According to the customer’s needs we realize different plant’s configurations. Every Sirion plant configuration is made of units easily transportable, ready made and self supporting. Sirion plant is composed by:
– Lamellar sedimentation device
– Filter press
– Mud homogenizing tank
– Polyelectrolyte solution preparation tank
– Mud pump
– Dosing pump
– Boosting pump
– Power, command and control electric panel complete with PLC
SEDIMENTATION WITH LAMELLAR PACKS
The sedimentation tanks with lamellar packs represent a complete system of sedimentation of the solid parts suspended in the water. The surface of the sedimentation tanks is formed by a lamellar pack (4) made of oblique and parallel lamellas.
The water to be treated is injected into the tank by a vertical centrifugal pump through the central inlet (1) and flows through the filtering active mud layer (2) where starts the separation of the mud particles. The flow rises inside the lamellar pack (3). Inside the channels of the pack the speed of the rising water is constant and therefore the mud flakes, because has a higher density than the water, settles (5) in the bottom of the channel and then slides in counter current flow in the bottom of the clarifier (9). The mud is extracted by an horizontal centrifugal pump (10), homogenized (11) and pumped to the filterpress (12). Meanwhile the clarified water overflows down into the collecting channels (7) and comes out from the clarifier through the exit flange (8).
Back Flow is a special automatic function of Tesimag lamellar treatment plant that allows to keep activated the filtering layer: the mud is extracted and pumped back into the clarifier. This function also has the advantage of avoiding the clogging of the discharge pipes and the compacting of the mud. The dimensions on Sirion plants, compared with the traditional sedimentation tanks, are lower by 90%. This means that a surface of a square meter on the ground is in proportion to 10 meters of a traditional sedimentation tank. This plants can be equipped with a big bag filtering system or a filterpress for mud dehydration.