Sludge dewatering

Sponsored by
Moyno Inc.

The Moyno® 2000 HS System is a cost- effective solution for dewatered sludge transfer in municipal wastewater treatment. It features an integral hopper with a twin-screw auger feeder and Moyno G4 progressing cavity pump. The system can move a high percentage of solids far distances with high volumetric efficiencies. It also features a non-pulsing flow, which translates into significantly lower operating pressures. The VFD controls for both the pump and twin screw feeder provide fewer energy losses, lower horsepower requirements and lower noise.

Moyno Inc.

www.moyno.com

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