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The Working Principle And Characteristics Of The Central Transmission Mud Scraper
- Nov 15, 2017 -

The raw water of the central transmission mud scraper flows through the central water distribution and presents radiation to the overflow water tank around the pond. With the decrease of the flow rate, the suspended matter in the water body is separated and settled at the bottom of the tank. The supernatant is discharged from the outlet tank through the overflow weir plate from the outlet.


The working principle of the central transmission mud scraper is through the transmission of the reduction drive and suspension components, through the scraper to scrape the sludge into the central sludge tank, relying on the hydrostatic pressure or pump out of the pool. Use the middle water and sludge, the surrounding drainage, can ensure the uniformity of water flow. It can also use the liquid level difference self-priming soil discharging, there are dross scrape set removal device and overload protection device.


The transmission part of the central transmission mud scraper adopts the double overload protection of electrical and mechanical, and the operation is more safe and reliable. The underwater part is stainless steel, it has the characteristics of corrosion resistance, so the service life is longer.


The main structure of the central transmission mud scraper includes driving device, main shaft, railing, steel beam, vertical grid, support, scraping plate, overflow weir plate, straining beam, small scraper, underwater bearing, stable flow cylinder and electric control box.


The central transmission mud scraper is widely used in the sewage treatment projects in the cities, chemical industry, textile, metallurgy and other industries. The central transmission mud scraper has a reasonable structure, high efficiency and convenient operation and maintenance.