Series 800 Lime Slakers
Positive slaking action with complete reliability
Available in Nine Models
1,000 to 75,000 lbs./hr.
Slaker is equipped with a dial-type thermometer monitoring slaking chamber. Temperature-activated water valve adds water if slurry temperature exceeds predetermined limit.
Grit Rejection Screen
An oscillating replaceable stainless steel wire mesh (#16 – standard) is provided to ensure a clean product.
Slaking chamber is fitted with 1/4″ thick steel, replaceable wear plate.
Slaker is all-welded steel construction (stainless steel available), warming jacket barrel walls are rolled steel plate. Slurry discharge piping is CPVC. All water piping and fittings are galvanized steel. All-welded, hardened-steel breaker bars.
Grit Removal Screw
6″ dia. screw conveyor extends 4′ beyond station wall and is powered by 1/3 HP electric motor.
60 Hz, 230/460 volts, chemical duty motors.
NEMA 4 enclosure with all switches, starters, PLC, graphic display, circuit breakers and fuses.
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- Produces 25% (4:1) creamy slurry adjustable lime & water feed rate) requiring far less storage capacity than 10% solutions.
- Eliminates need to add water that must be removed later – especially for sludge treatment.
- Slakes all normally reactive pebble quicklime, compartment and keeps slurry in full powder to 3/4″. No jamming by grit buildup.
- Water jacket conserves heat to speed up slaking. NO OUTSIDE HEAT SOURCE IS REQUIRED!
- Continuous monitoring and automatic control of slaking temperature.
- 25% slurry reduces scaling in pipes and valves.
- Rugged, steel plate construction and sturdy structurals, lined drum with replaceable wear plate.
- Long-wearing, heavy tool steel agitator/breaker bars sweep entire compartment and keeps slurry in full suspension – no “hot-spots”.
- Positive vibrating grit removal screen. No chance of grit over weirs or in solution to damage pumps.
- Oscillating screen rejects grit without diluting slurry.
- Recovers more lime by washing grit on screen with spray bars using exothermically heated water.
- Requires less water than most slakers including paste-types; thus, smaller pumps are needed from slaker to process.