Application - concrete

BetonConcrete grinding debris filtration using MSE filter press

Huge amounts of concrete grinding debris respectively concrete washing water accrue during the production of ready-mixed concrete parts. Nowadays tight environmental standards forbid to dispose the waste water without treatment into the sewerage.

The solids contained in the waste water have to be separated before reusing or disposing the waste water.

MSE has developed compact treatment plant for this purpose. The compact treatment plant consist of filter press, feed pump, sludge reservoir with coarse solids separator plus all other needed aggregates. The MSE treatment plants are well-proven in live operation.

 

 

Schema Filtration Betonschlamm

Advantage using a MSE chamber filter press

  • reducing the debris volume
  • improved handling and accordingly transport
  • reduction in disposal expenses
  • reduction in fresh water and waste water expenses
  • fully automatic process - minimizing personnel costs = higher rentability!!

 

Image 2: Mobile equipment for filtration and separation of concrete debris; for example in the road construction

 

Different models of the MES treatment plants are available to suit your needs best:

  • Stationäre Anlage zur Filtration und Separation von Betonschlamm Typ IImanual treatment plant with manual filter press and needed aggregates mounted on one base frame.
  • full automatic treatment plant with full automatic filter press, vibrating filter cake discharge device and needed aggregates mounted on one base frame.
  • full automatic treatment plant with full automatic filter press, vibrating filter cake discharge device and needed aggregates mounted in a container. Therefore no service building is needed.

Image 3: Stationary equipment for the filtration of grinding debris in the manufacturing of concrete elements, type 2

 

 

Stationäre Anlage zur Filtration und Separation von Betonschlamm Typ II

 

 

 

 

 

Image 4: filter cake after filtration of concrete grinding debris

 

 

 

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