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dewater

To remove water from an excavated job site, usually by draining or pumping.
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Using the Eurosilo to store and dewater the gypsum is a concept that should be investigated in the early stages of the design procedure to reap capital cost savings.
A long twin-screw compounds, dewaters, and mixes, allowing colors, fillers and modifiers to be added.
Bill Jeffrey of Voith Fabrics noted that "blue sky" paper technology will require making a sheet on a more uniform clothing surface and adapting paper machines to dewater and smooth the sheet even more precisely throughout forming, pressing, and drying.
Recently, a new polymer designed to dewater waste activated sludge was used.
Tenders are invited for Construction management services for the digested sludge dewatering facility ( project ) for the capital improvement program which includes design a dewatering facility to mechanically dewater digested sludge flows and loads conveyed from the digestion process to allow for fully decommissioning the existing lagoon and drying beds.
While the general contractors is responsible for dewatering the site," Hunnewell said, "most often they will rely on a dewatering company for their expertise in developing a system, because the specialist most often will understand the soil dynamics, hydraulic composition of the soil as well as the best methods to efficiently dewater the site.
Moreover, he added, "The initial wells drilled are expected to take longer to dewater relative to those drilled after a field or area has been undergoing dewatering by older wells.
A single vibrating table takes pellets from an underwater pelletizer and dewaters, dries, cools, and classifies them all on one level, whereas separate units would require a level drop at each transition.
Salt Lake City, Utah, belt filter presses, and dewaters a mixture of 55 percent aerobically digested primary sludge and 45 per cent digested activated sludge.