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ANDRITZ supplies the world’s largest belt dryers for biomass with eight meters belt width. High performance and quality make ANDRITZ belt dryers the first choice for clients in the industry.
The plant is designed for a dry PVC throughput of 22,000 kg/hr processed in 8,000 hours/year. This contract was awarded to ANDRITZ by Petronas, leading petrochemical company in Malaysia.
The plant is designed for a dry NaCl throughput of 15,000 kg/hr processed in 8,000 hours/year. This contract was awarded to ANDRITZ by Sulzer-Escher Wyss, Switzerland for the final client P.T. Graham Ltd., a salt producer in Indonesia.
After detailed examination by the consortium and the customer, the ANDRITZ A4 2000 membrane filter press was selected as the optimal unit. Eight membrane filter presses of the "stress-less" design, each containing 188 plates of 2 m x 2 m in format, dewater around 22 t/h of filter cake per press, with a maximum residual moisture content of 45%.
The Changi water reclamation plant is the cornerstone of the first phase of the DTSS (Deep Tunnel Sewerage System). The drum drying plant, consisting of five DDS 110 lines, is part of the solids process and is the largest drying plant to date worldwide - with each line evaporating a maximum of 11,200 kg H2O/hr.
The NUH Cimento works in Hereke, Turkey, is an outstanding example of innovative ANDRITZ technology, where sewage sludge is dried using waste heat from cement production. The dried granulate is then used as auxiliary fuel to generate heat for cement production.
The plant is designed for a dry HDPE throughput of 22,000 kg/hr processed in 8,000 hours/year. This contract was awarded to ANDRITZ by Uhde, Germany, one of the leading contractors in the petrochemical industry worldwide, in 1999.
The successful practical application of hyperbaric filtration technology to the new field of bauxite filtration has enabled a new means of bauxite transport. Continuous operation combined with high applicable pressure is the main advantage of this technology.
The biosolids drying plant supplied by ANDRITZ for Tilbury wastewater treatment plant in Essex, UK, is designed for a sludge throughput of 18,500 tons of dry solids per year. The sludge is turned into dry granulate containing less than 10% moisture and fulfilling class A requirements.