Septage Acceptance Plant Uses Fine Screen for Compaction & Dewatering

Sept. 15, 2017
Access station integrates with plant to allowed authorized users to unload waste

Remove debris and inorganic solids from septage tanks, grease traps, sludge, leachate and industrial waste with the fully automated Raptor septage acceptance plant (SAP). The heart of the SAP is the Raptor fine screen, which compacts and dewaters the captured screenings to a solids content of 40%. The screen’s rotating rake teeth fully penetrates the cylindrical screen bars, which prevents plugging and binding from grease and small debris. This allows for fast unloading times to generate more revenue for your facility.

The Raptor Acceptance Control System (RACS) is a security access station that can be integrated with the SAP to allow authorized haulers to unload waste at your facility. Adding the data management and accounting system with the RACS station provides administration capabilities to track and invoice customers.

The Raptor features all stainless steel construction that resists corrosion. It screens, washes, compacts and dewaters solids in one unit, reducing disposal cost. The fine screen’s fully penetrating rake teeth prevent plugging and blinding. The screen allows haulers to unload quickly, and optional dual inlets to allow two haulers to unload at once.

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