CSO Technik report that its principal’s, Lackeby Products, have been awarded a contract to supply Roto-Sieve drum screens to the QingHe waste water treatment plant in Beijing, China. The QingHe plant (3,000,000PE) will become the largest MBR plant in the world when it is completed with a capacity of 240,000m3/d.
19 Drum screens are being supplied via Purac China to provide 1mm screening protection for the MBR plant in order to reduce operational maintenance and extend service life.
There are more than 100 Rotosieve Drum screens in operation worldwide protecting MBR plants including 50 units in France alone. The Roto-Sieve drum screen is the leading technology for pre-screening of MBR plants as it provides a robust and cost effective means or removing all solids greater than 1mm in two directions from the flow.
The Roto-Sieve drum screen has been used on numerous solids/liquid separation projects in a wide range of industries including, agriculture, food processing, brewery, plastics recycling as well as municipal and industrial waste water treatment.
CSO Technik has supplied numerous Roto-Sieve drum screens throughout the UK and provides a full design and installation service with comprehensive after sales.