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Knife mill A series
verticalfor slurryconcrete

knife mill
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Characteristics

Technology
knife
Orientation
vertical
Product application
for slurry, concrete

Description

The reliable Series 'A' Muncher® is well proven in its ability to effectively macerate raw sewage, sludges, sewage screenings and industrial process flows. Available for pipeline or channel installations, the shaft speed of 85 rpm offers low cutter tip speeds and therefore dramatically reduces wear rates in comparison to high speed macerators. The Series 'A' Muncher can be packaged with a Mono transfer pump or screen to provide a highly effective macerating, screening or pumping system. Features & Benefits Power savings, elimination of manual handling and associated transport costs, odour control and automated operation are all achieved when installing Munchers to replace conventional screening systems to existing or proposed submersible pump stations Mono ETOS cutters offer positive and effective solids maceration Optional high flow side rails allow higher capacities whilst reducing the possibility of solids passing through without being macerated – typically an increase in capacity of 40% Can be installed in an existing concrete channel or in a fabricated frame, complete with guide rails, into an existing submersible pump station as a simple and quick retrofit Each Muncher is supplied with a programmable logic controller (PLC) to protect the machine against damage and overloads. Profibus data capture system available as an option to interrogate the PLC and obtain operational information, such as reversals, trips, power consumed and health checks. Data can be supplied locally or through remote signalling. Munchers can be supplied to comply with the ATEX Directive 94/9/EC
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.