Centrisys/CNP, Kenosha, Wisconsin, had a successful show at WEFTEC 2018 on October 1-3 in New Orleans as they showcased their “More with Less” approach to innovation in the areas of sludge and biosolids management, which includes thickening, dewatering, resource intensification and nutrient recovery.
Centrisys introduced their new CS6-4 dewatering centrifuge at the show, which is their smallest centrifuge to date. The CS6-4 bridges the gap between benchtop studies and full-scale installations. It continuously treats flows from 4-10 gpm, making this centrifuge a better alternative to a conventional laboratory centrifuge, which processes samples in batches. The CS6-4 provides scalable solid-liquid separation data to move R&D projects forward.
At the show, Centrisys discussed their latest exclusive distributorship for the Passavant® hydrograv® adapt System in North America (U.S. patent pending). Unlike traditional inlet structures for secondary clarifiers, with the hydrograv adapt System, mixed liquor is introduced near the bottom of the clarifier, below the sludge blanket. The inlet elevation and opening height adjusts to flow conditions so it is always operating in ideal hydraulic conditions.
Centrisys held in-booth discussions with Dr. Armbruster, the Managing Director and founder of hydrograv GmbH and the inventor of the hydrograv adapt system. Centrisys/CNP equipment and processes were highlighted in several seminars.
To see a short video of Michael Kopper, CEO and Founder of Centrisys Corporation, as he discusses trends at WEFTEC and what to expect to see from Centrisys in the future, please use the link below:
About Centrisys Corporation
Centrisys Corporation is a U.S.A. manufacturer of dewatering centrifuges, sludge thickeners and complete dewatering systems for municipal and industrial wastewater. The company’s focus is centrifuge equipment, including the award winning THK sludge thickener. Centrisys provides global service, repair and parts for all brands of centrifuges. CNP – Technology Water and Biosolids designs and supplies nutrient recovery and biosolids treatment optimization systems. CNP’s key technologies are: AirPrex® and CalPrex™, phosphorus recovery technologies, and PONDUS™, a Thermo-Chemical Hydrolysis Process (TCHP). CNP is a division of Centrisys Corporation.