As HUBER is a global market leader in the field of mechanical wastewater treatment, we will of course show our latest further developments of screens as well.
In addition to the latest design version of the worldwide known HUBER Multi-Rake Bar Screen RakeMax®, which will be shown in the different variants RakeMax® HF, RakeMax® J and RakeMax® Hybrid, we will exhibit other well-proven HUBER screens, such as the HUBER Belt Screen EscaMax®, HUBER Coarse Screen TrashMax®, HUBER Rotary Drum Fine Screen ROTAMAT® units and the HUBER Drum Screen LIQUID.
At IFAT 2018, HUBER will for the first time present its newly developed HUBER Belt Screen CenterMax®. This screen has been developed especially for deep and narrow channels and can be applied as both a first treatment stage or a pre-screening system upstream of membrane plants. Due to a fine-tuned range of design sizes we can offer the perfectly suitable machine for throughputs up to 10,000 m³/h.
As a special IFAT highlight we will present the worldwide unique HUBER Safety Vision system. This innovative contaminant detection system for screens uses high-tech sensors to continuously measure the form and size of the coarse materials transported by the screen rake. Whenever the system detects any impermissible coarse material, the screen will be stopped and a warning message sent to the plant operators. Unintentional blockage or damage of the screen or downstream units is reliably prevented by the contaminant detection system.
As a specialist for solids-liquid separation, HUBER has intensely been engaged in, among other, the field of grit separation for decades. With the newly developed HUBER Grit Trap GritWolf® HUBER is setting new standards in grit separation. Due to optimized inflow conditions combined with the advantages of a lamella separator, the HUBER Grit Trap GritWolf® is able to separate 90% of grit of grain size ≥ 75 µm.The new GritWolf® grit trap is available in several sizes for flow rates from 160 m³/h (1 MGD) to 3,150 m³/h (20 MGD).
With the HUBER CarbonWin® System, HUBER offers an interesting possibility of retrofitting sewage treatment plants to change from an aerobic to an anaerobic sludge stabilisation process. The first process step of the HUBER CarbonWin® System is a mechanical treatment stage followed by a grit and grease trap. A HUBER Drum Screen LIQUID is installed downstream of this assembly. The effluent from the drum screen is fed to the aerobic treatment system, whereas the separated fine screenings are thickened and passed on to anaerobic treatment in a digester.