Data Sheet

Technical Specifications

  • Frame in AISI 304/316 stainless steel, depending on requirements
  • Shaftless spirals in high tensile carbon steel or AISI 304/316 stainless steel, depending on requirements
  • Lifting pipe with wear bars in stainless steel. The construction solution allows easy replacement of the bars
  •  High efficiency screenings washing system. Allows washing of the screenings and reduces the risk of grit settling in front of the screen
  •  Inlet: “Perrot” type quick coupler with electrically operated ball valve
  •  Maximum inlet flow rate: 100 m³/h
  • Stone Trap model for gravel and stones removal
  • System for bagging extracted solids: in single bags or continuous liner
  • Septic tank soil treatment plants
  • Shaftless spiral, so no jamming even in the presence of long fibrous material and other hard-to-transport products
  •  No mechanical components in contact with the product
  •  The machine can operate without the presence of an operator
  •  Reduced rotation speed
  •  Reduction of screenings volume of up to 40% and more, depending on the products
  •  Reduced investment
  •  No civil works required
  •  Reduced maintenance costs
  •  Reduced installation costs
  •  Reduced space requirements
  •  Absence or reduced presence of organic matter in screenings at discharge
  •  Reduced volume of products for disposal
  •  No feed pump required


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Spare Parts

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Description and operation

In the Definitive Ecology’s STU septic sludge receiving station, the vacuum truck tank is connected to the inlet of the treatment plant by means of a “Perrot” quick coupler and an electrically operated ball valve. Once discharge has started, solids larger than the spacing are retained on the screen. This results in a rise in the liquid level upstream of the screen: when the level reaches a pre-determined value screw rotation and the screenings washing system are started. The solids are lifted, washed and compacted/dewatered before being unloaded.

Models available

  • STU = septic tank receiving station