Articles & Case Studies

MSU:10 headlines T in The Park

Posted: Friday 19th October 2012

CDEnviro have recently signed a deal with Billy Bowie Special Projects to supply an MSU:10 Portable Sludge Screen for this summers ‘T in the Park’ music festival, where it will be used for waste processing.

Billy Bowie is a well-established Scottish company based in Ayrshire, providing Tanker Hire, Drain Clearance, Septic Tank Emptying and liquid waste disposal services. They have chosen the MSU:10 sludge screen due to its portable nature which allows the screen to be moved to site easily and cost effectively.

The MSU:10 has been designed to facilitate efficient liquid and solid separation from a variety of applications. It can be applied to several suitable applications including; screenings removal from sludge, grit removal from sludge, pre screener for removal of larger debris/screenings prior to further processing, temporary import sludge screen.

Commenting on the launch of the MSU:10, CDEnviro General Manager, Matt Bunting said “The introduction of the MSU:10 is an important development milestone for the CDEnviro R&D team. Our customers require innovative sludge handling solutions and reduced operating costs without compromising on functionality and this is what we have delivered with the MSU:10”

The design of the MSU:10 into a single complete unit allows for transportation by a standard six yard skip vehicle. This design removes the need for expensive crane lifts & associated lift specific risk assessments and method statements, reduces transportation costs and ensures a quick set up on location.

The MSU:10 has been designed to ensure that operating costs are kept to a minimum with a generator of no more than 40Kva required to run the unit. As with the larger models in the S:Max range, the unit is supplied pre-wired and fitted with its own control panel, isolator and electrical sockets for easy connection to a power source.

The portable nature of the MSU:10 model makes it the first of its kind in the industry and a significant development by the R&D team at CDEnviro. Two of the units have already been commissioned by a UK Water utility company who has purchased the units to complement an existing CDEnviro 1st generation D:Max unit purchased in 2007.




Read the magazine online

November 2018

About the magazine »
Magazine archive »


Advertisements

Information for advertisers »

ATI UK
buttonwood marketing Prominent Fluid Controls Water Aid Verder British Water Pulsar Button June 13 Harvey Communications Huber wateractive
Sykes Pumps