GRIT CLASSIFIER

SEDIGRIT

Flows up to 570GPM

[2280GPM with Sedicyclone]

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Sedigrit Technology

The Sedigrit is a modern shaftless Grit Classifier with three principal advantage

  • High Settling Area and Volume

  • High Removal Efficiency

  • High Grit Dryness

  • Low Maintenance: 8 years before first maintenance

Retrofits using our Sedigrit can increase performance while retaining the existing cyclone and connections.

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FLOW

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Wastewater flows into unit against a velocity reducing baffle and flows down to the settling zone

The Liquid Overflows into a half-pipe wear out of the unit.

CONNECTIONS

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The Inlet is on top of the unit with the Clean Water outlet on the side.

A sand bed is formed at the bottom of the unit, this combined with a shaftless screw where drainage can continue assures a high outlet dryness.

SUPERIOR PERFOMANCE
& RETROFITS

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The tank shape and size  provides a large settling volume(up to 43ft2) and large hopper capacity (155yd3)

Our centrifuges were designed with ease of maintenance in mind.  It is one of our greatest strengths. 

Operating
Logic

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The Sedigrit operates only 10-30 Seconds every 10 minutes.

This increases efficiency by reducing turbulence and lowers wear.

No Bearing

8 years before first maintenance!

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Unlike Shafted Systems, The Sedigrit has no lower bearing. The only wearing component are wear bars.

Sedicyclone

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The SEDICYCLONE  can be mounted on top of a Sedigrit. 

The Sedicyclone provides a pre-separation of the grit from the water with a concentration of the particles that are settled into the grit classifier.

SEDICYCLONE
FLOW

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The pre-concentrated grit flows out from the cyclone outlet into the grit classifier.

MAINTENANCE FRIENDLY

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The Sedicyclone is equipped with a hinged disconnect for easy replacement of the rubber liner

Inlet Pressure

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The effluent must enter inside the SEDICYCLONE at a desired inlet pressure of 5-8 PSI.