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RE: water removal



Title: RE: water removal

I have visited a couple businesses that built their own filter presses.  I believe they were metal fabricators.

-----Original Message-----
From: sbd@ksu.edu [mailto:sbd@ksu.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2004 7:09 AM
To: p2tech@great-lakes.net
Subject: water removal


P2techers:
I'm looking for a cheap way to de-water sludge from a wet
plasma cutting process. The process generates about 2 (55gal)
drums of solids per week. When the material is removed from
the machines it's about 50% water. Can anyone recommend a
low-tech (passive) way to de-water this sludge for under $5000?
Would it be possible to just make a home-made device (the
company does metal fabrication) by building a filter device with
some sort of removable, supported-fabric filtration bucket
section (suspended inside a containment vessel), which would
catch the sludge and allow the water to drip through to a liquid
collection vessel below?
Any help or creative ideas would be appreciated.
Thanks,
Sherry
Sherry J. Davis, CHMM
Industrial P2 Specialist
133 Ward Hall,KSU
Manhattan, KS  66506-2508
Fax: 785-532-6952
Phone: 1-800-578-8898
sbd@ksu.edu

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