Generating Class A Biosolids with Medium-Temperature Belt Dryers

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Generating Class A Biosolids with Medium-Temperature Belt Dryers

Drying saves biosolids transportation and disposal costs. A brief historical review about thermal biosolids drying technologies is provided. Main technical features of belt dryers are explained in comparison with drum, fluidized bed, contact and solar dryers. While most belt dryers were originally designed for low-temperature operation, medium or high temperature designs have now become more common.

Learn more about the advantages of higher-temperature dryers in this whitepaper.

About Huber Technology
Huber Technology provides state-of-the-art equipment for municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment. Our main focus is liquid/solid separation in general and headworks equipment in particular. We offer a comprehensive line of stainless steel equipment. For more information, visit

About the Author
Markus Roediger was a consultant to Huber Technology at the time of this writing. He is also a past President of Huber Technology.

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