CDE launches water management system

By |  March 29, 2022
One feature of the new A2500 is a feed height that sits at almost 22 ft. Photo: CDE

One feature of the new A2500 is a feed height that sits at almost 22 ft. Photo: CDE

CDE, a supplier of wet processing systems, revealed its new AquaCycle A2500 thickener at AGG1.

According to CDE, the AquaCycle A2500 is the latest addition to its water management and recycling systems.

With a capacity of 11,000 gallons per minute, CDE says the A2500 is its largest and most advanced water management system to date. It was developed in response to calls from materials processors operating in high-tonnage markets for water management solutions equipped to supply their operations with sufficient water supplies while ensuring optimal production efficiency, minimum loss of fines and maximum water recycling.

“It is increasingly important for materials processors to invest in an effective water management system that ensures a steady supply of clean water to their plants through cost-effective means,” says Darren Eastwood, business development director for the Americas at CDE. “The continued advancement of our pioneering wet processing solutions and leading-edge water management systems is supporting operators working in the natural processing and waste recycling sectors worldwide to overcome the challenges of washing in water-pressured or water scarce areas today.”

CDE says the A2500 features the first lattice bridge structure on any CDE thickener. An integrated monorail also provides easier access to the motorized rake, gearbox and motor, the company adds.

With a sludge capacity of 138 tph, the A2500 includes an adjustable rake lifting mechanism. Featuring passive torque control, the automatic raise-and-start sequence is designed to protect rakes from surge pressure from dense sludges. The rake itself was also reimagined, CDE says, with optimally spaced and redesigned blades for improved sludge conditioning.

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