New at WEFTEC: Centrisys Offers Compact Centrifuge and New Secondary Clarifier Tech

New at WEFTEC: Centrisys Offers Compact Centrifuge and New Secondary Clarifier Tech

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Centrisys/CNP recently showcased its innovation in biosolids management and dewatering at WEFTEC in New Orleans. The exhibit included the CS6-4 dewatering centrifuge, the company’s smallest centrifuge to date.

The unit is designed to bridge the gap between benchtop studies and full-scale installations. It continuously treats flows from 4 to 10 gpm, providing an alternative to conventional laboratory centrifuges that processes samples in batches. The CS6-4 provides scalable solid-liquid separation data to move research and development projects forward.

Michael Kopper, CEO, says the company introduced the device in response to customer requests.

Centrisys also announced an exclusive distributorship for the Passavant hydrograv adapt system in North America. Unlike traditional inlet structures for secondary clarifiers, the hydrograv adapt system introduces mixed liquor near the bottom of the clarifier, below the sludge blanket. The inlet elevation and opening height adjusts to flow conditions so that the clarifier is always operating in ideal hydraulic conditions.



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