FIN­STER­WALDER System

self cleaning digester

A COM­MON PROBLEM: 

Sed­i­ment enters from con­t­a­m­i­nat­ed organ­ic wastes and accu­mu­lates on the digester floor.
This leads to sed­i­ment build up and the fol­low­ing prob­lems:
» A decrease in the effec­tive digester vol­ume (reten­tion time) ▷ bio­log­i­cal prob­lems
» Dam­age to mechan­i­cal equip­ment like pumps, agi­ta­tors, etc.
» Down­time and expen­sive clean­ing of digesters

OUR SOLU­TION:

» Sed­i­ment buildup is avoid­ed by the reg­u­lar and ful­ly auto­mat­ed action of the dou­ble arm floor scraper.
» Main­tains a con­sis­tent digester vol­ume ▷ sta­ble bio­log­i­cal sys­tem
» Pro­tec­tion of mechan­i­cal equip­ment
» Inter­rup­tion free oper­a­tion dur­ing the clean­ing cycles of digester floors

 

Floor scraper RM10/RM13

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By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.sdf

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.

PATENT­ED FIN­STER­WALDER FLOOR CLEAN­ING SYS­TEM – RELI­ABLE CLEAN­ING OF CON­TAIN­ERS DUR­ING OPERATION

After pro­cess­ing, many organ­ic wastes still con­tain sub­stances that set­tle in the fer­menter (eg stones, sand, bone frag­ments, pieces of glass, egg shells, etc.). For fer­menters to ful­fill their func­tion per­ma­nent­ly, these sus­pend­ed solids must be dis­charged on a reg­u­lar basis. The floor clean­ing sys­tem is used for the con­tin­u­ous dis­charge of sink­ing sub­stances from the fer­menter. The sys­tem con­sists of the patent­ed mechan­i­cal floor scraper, the sed­i­ment dis­charge pump and the sed­i­ment separator.

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.

ALSO A PROBLEM:

Float­ing Con­t­a­m­i­nants such as plas­tic peices, corc resu­di­als or the like, lead to accu­mu­la­tion af float­ing lay­ers. Con­se­quences:
» dis­rup­tions in the bio­gas pro­duc­tion process
» inter­rupt­ed oper­a­tion of the plant
» eco­nom­ic loss­es
» cost­ly elim­i­na­tion of the disturbance

SOLU­TION:

The float­ing con­t­a­m­i­nants removal sys­tem is made for clean­ing digesters dur­ing oper­a­tion. The sys­tem con­sists of a patent­ed skim­mer and a stan­dard screw press. Key fea­tures of the sys­tem include:
» Sep­a­ra­tion of float­ing & light­weight con­t­a­m­i­nants such as plas­tic from the liq­uid sur­face
» Pre­ven­tion of float­ing lay­ers
» Easy main­te­nance access from the top or side
» Gas tight design in any oper­at­ing con­di­tion
» Pro­duces clean digestate

Skim­mer LS01/02

Inter­est­ed in more Infor­ma­tion about the patent­ed leather skim­mers system?

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.sdf

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.

PATENT­ED FIN­STER­WALDER FLOOR CLEAN­ING SYS­TEM – RELI­ABLE CLEAN­ING OF CON­TAIN­ERS DUR­ING OPERATION

After pro­cess­ing, many organ­ic wastes still con­tain sub­stances that set­tle in the fer­menter (eg stones, sand, bone frag­ments, pieces of glass, egg shells, etc.). For fer­menters to ful­fill their func­tion per­ma­nent­ly, these sus­pend­ed solids must be dis­charged on a reg­u­lar basis. The floor clean­ing sys­tem is used for the con­tin­u­ous dis­charge of sink­ing sub­stances from the fer­menter. The sys­tem con­sists of the patent­ed mechan­i­cal floor scraper, the sed­i­ment dis­charge pump and the sed­i­ment separator.

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.

By this sys­tem, the oth­er­wise reg­u­lar­ly required and cost­ly clear­ing of the fer­menter (= busi­ness inter­rup­tion) is avoided.

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