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Press screw separator
Films floating on top and sinking to the bottom form in storage tanks for slurry and digestate. The only remedy is time-consuming and costly agitation or alternatively separation using the Sepogant screw press separator. This high-performance, robust separator was specially designed to process difficult and challenging digestates, saving costs for storage and spreading, increasing the final storage volume by up to 15 %, improving the nutrient balance by targeted fertilizer and nutrient management. The use of high-quality materials and the rugged technology behind the Sepogant guarantee excellent reliability and longevity, especially for high-fibre digestates.
Technical design of the SEPOGANT
A permanent oil lubrication of the press screw bearing unit and a permanent mechanical seal between bearing unit and substrate provide for minimum maintenance and long durability.
The continuously variable contact pressure allows the separation to be adjusted to the respective feedstock. The linear consistent contact pressure allows the counter-pressure cone to adjust to the different substrates and prevents breakthrough of liquid substrate.
The infinitely variable pressure regulator can be used to adjust the dry matter content of the solid phase. Depending on the configuration of the device, dry matter concentrations between 15 % and 32 % can be selected for up to 15 % increased storage capacity.
Save costs with SEPOGANT
Separate with Sepogant, the extremely powerful and robust, state-of-the-art separator. Yield optimised results thanks to maximum flexibility and achieve selective fertilising effects of the solid material. The residual nitrogen bound in the solid material is released in small amounts over a long period (1–3 % per year). Fertilising with solid material from digestate separation is a highly effective long-term base fertilisation with phosphorus and potash. This has a positive impact on humus formation and activation of soil life, especially of earth worms and enchytraeidae.