Sludge Dewatering Bag
Refinery Plant Dewatering Products
Question: Are there dewatering bags to help with sludge? I seem to have a problem getting rid of my sludge. I ran across sludge dewatering bags. How effective are they? I work in a refinery plant for food processing. We separate the oil out for the water with a D.A.F. unit. We've achieved our goal to a degree on that end, but now we're having a problem getting rid of the oil that's been separated. We would like to find a method for sludge dewatering. We also have distillate which has a pump rate of about 135 gallons per hour.
Answer: Let me tell you a little about our Dewatering Bags and Silt Filtration Products. They are ideal for pumping sediment or sludge laden water into the bag, where it is filtered. The dewatering filter process allows water to pass through the non woven geotextile, which also retains the sediment and oil.
Realizing that different locations require different sludge dewatering solutions, we often speak with our customers to find the right dewatering products for their locations. Since you have mentioned the need to retain oil, you will want to use one of our sludge dewatering bags designed for both oil and sediment. Our project specialists would be happy to work with you to discuss the best fabric options for your locations. Our dewatering bags are made in the USA with a non woven geotextile material.
Dewatering Filter Applications
Sludge dewatering bags and geotextile dewatering tubes have a variety of uses across a number of other industries. Some applications include:
Please visit our Dewatering Bags and Silt Filtration Products page for more information.