We are the proud local agents for the range of Giotto (Previously Sernagiotto/Siemens) range of sludge dewatering equipment and also have access to supply equipment as supplied by other leading European manufacturers (Bellmer, Andritz, Teknofanghi, Solids Separation, etc.) through our valued partners.
In addition, we are also the only local manufacturer and supplier of sludge dewatering belt presses and have a vast reference list throughout South Africa.
The Lektratek belt press is ideal for the dewatering of a wide range of materials and is suitable for continuous operation.
Material, which has been flocculated, flows over a primary dewatering unit where draining of freed water occurs thus resulting in rapid thickening. Thickened material is immediately thereafter transferred to the multistage type press where it is trapped between two belts that form a wedge that gradually compresses the material as it travels through the machine. Cake is discharged directly onto a conveyor or into a waste container.
The Lektratek belt press achieves satisfactory results on most organic or hydroxide sludges and requires minimal supervision. It is also an ideal alternative method of sludge volume reduction compared to labour intensive and costly conventional sludge drying beds as well as being unaffected by climatic conditions.
As our belt presses are locally manufactured, maintenance spares are readily available and furthermore, the machines can be supplied in any material or modification to suit the site requirements.
We can provide all the ancillary equipment to complete the process including poly make-up systems (refer to our chemical dosing section), conveyors, pumps and pipework, support structures, storage tanks and electrical control systems.
130m³ Sludge holding tanks supplied by Lektratek for the storage of dewatered sludge.
And during installation
LWT belt presses still in operation after 12 years.
We can supply odour free composting plants for sewage works complete with chippers, storage silos, conveyors and fine screens to remove any large objects prior to the composting process.