Factors Affecting the Efficiency of Thickening thickening tank I


The thickening Thickening Tank is mainly used in workin […]

The thickening Thickening Tank is mainly used in working environments requiring solid-liquid separation such as leachate concentration and wastewater treatment. Early concentration efficiency and processing capacity were not good, and frequently have problems, such as poor sedimentation effect, were prone to "running rough", large overflow water content and low underflow concentration, mainly due to technical and design problems. Golden Machine experts simply explain which design affects the processing effect of the thickening thickening tank.

Normally, the production capacity of the settling thickening tank is independent of the height of the trough of the settling thickening tank, and only depends on the speed of the settling thickening tank and the settlement area of the thickening tank. If the groove is shallow (≤3.1m), the sedimentation speed will gradually decrease as the density of the slurry increases during the process of falling. When the interface reaches a critical speed in the groove, the position of the section will As the feed and slurry properties change, it is difficult to control its concentration.

Because the solid particles in the thickening tank are not free to settle in a stationary liquid state. The earliest thickener used a built-in overflow channel device, which was 8.15m high from the top edge of the trough and covered by wood. During the operation, the staff could not observe the overflow ditch. The sediment inside can not be cleaned up in time. After a long time, the overflow ditch is easily submerged, resulting in the loss of overflow.