CN213643216U - Silt separator and slag treatment system - Google Patents

Silt separator and slag treatment system Download PDF

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CN213643216U
CN213643216U CN202022437802.2U CN202022437802U CN213643216U CN 213643216 U CN213643216 U CN 213643216U CN 202022437802 U CN202022437802 U CN 202022437802U CN 213643216 U CN213643216 U CN 213643216U
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The application provides a silt separation device and slag processing system. Silt separator includes inboard separator and outside separator, and the outside separator definition has first accommodation space, and inboard separator accepts in the first accommodation space to the definition has the second accommodation space, the outer wall of second accommodation space with be formed with the interval space between the inner wall of first accommodation space, the bottom of inboard separator is equipped with the intercommunication opening, in order to incite somebody to action the second accommodation space with the interval space intercommunication, so that the silt water that gets into inboard separator follows the intercommunication opening gets into the interval space, and makes the supernatant of silt water follows the top of outside separator overflows. The slag treatment system comprises the silt separation device. This application can improve the scrap metal rate of recovery to it is safer energy-concerving and environment-protective.

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Silt separator and slag treatment system
Technical Field
The application relates to the technical field of slag treatment, in particular to a silt separation device and a slag treatment system.
Background
With the vigorous development of garbage incineration power generation enterprises in the last 10 years, the garbage incineration power generation enterprises can be used as a slag treatment industry for matching treatment enterprises, and roots are grown all over the country. Meanwhile, with the increase of the national support and enforcement of environmental protection policies, the slag treatment production process is subjected to continuous shuffling, and the environmental protection rate and the environmental protection material purification rate of the existing slag treatment production are not high.
Disclosure of Invention
The embodiment of the application provides a silt separation device, which comprises an outer separator and an inner separator, wherein the outer separator is defined with a first accommodating space; the inner separator is accommodated in the first accommodating space and defines a second accommodating space; the outer wall of second accommodation space with be formed with the interval space between the inner wall of first accommodation space, the bottom of inboard separator is equipped with the intercommunication opening, in order to incite somebody to action the second accommodation space with the interval space intercommunication, so that the silt water that gets into inboard separator follows the intercommunication opening gets into the interval space, and makes the supernatant of silt water is followed the top of outside separator overflows.
In some embodiments, the top of the outer separator is provided with a first open mouth, and the supernatant of the muddy water overflows from the first open mouth; the top of the inside separator is provided with a second open mouth for receiving the muddy water.
In some embodiments, the silt separation apparatus further comprises a bracket spanning the first open mouth and mounted on top of the outer separator; the top of the inner separator is connected to the bracket to suspend the inner separator in the first accommodating space.
In some embodiments, the top of the inner separator is surrounded by a baffle, the top of the baffle being higher than the top of the outer separator.
In some embodiments, the outer separator and the inner separator are each cone-shaped.
In some embodiments, one of the outer separators and the inner separator disposed within the outer separator are combined into one unit, and the silt separating apparatus comprises at least two units; defining the two units as a first unit and a second unit respectively; and a communication device is arranged between the outer separator of the first unit and the inner separator of the second unit, so that the supernatant overflowing from the outer separator of the first unit flows into the inner separator of the second unit through the communication device to be separated again.
In some embodiments, the silt separation apparatus further comprises a first baffle and a second baffle, the first baffle is arranged around the top of the outer separators of the first unit and the second unit, wherein the first baffle is respectively provided with a first notch at a position corresponding to the first unit and the second unit, so that the supernatant can overflow from the first notch to the outside of the outer separator of the corresponding unit; the second baffle is arranged at the top of the inner side separator of the first unit and the second unit in a surrounding manner, wherein a second notch is formed in the second baffle at least at the position corresponding to the second unit; the two ends of the communicating device are respectively connected to the outer side separator of the first unit and the inner side separator of the second unit and respectively correspond to the first notch of the first unit and the second notch of the second unit.
In some embodiments, the communicating device includes a third baffle and a bottom plate, two ends of the bottom plate are respectively connected to the outer separator of the first unit and the inner separator of the second unit, and are respectively connected to the first notch and the second notch, and the third baffle is arranged around two sides of the bottom plate to guide the supernatant overflowing from the first notch of the first unit to the second notch to enter the inner separator of the second unit.
In some embodiments, a clear water nozzle defoaming device is further disposed in the outer separator and the inner separator, and is used for defoaming foam generated in the first accommodating space and the second accommodating space.
The embodiment of the application provides a slag treatment system, which comprises a sand fishing device, the sand-mud separation device and a sewage treatment device, wherein the sand fishing device is used for receiving sand-mud water flowing out of a slag platform and separating the sand-mud water; the silt separation device is in fluid connection with the sand bailing device and is used for receiving supernatant separated by the sand bailing device and carrying out precipitation separation; the sewage treatment device is in fluid connection with the sediment separation device and is used for carrying out precipitation separation on the supernatant separated by the sediment separation device so as to separate mud and clear water.
This application is through adopting double-deck silt separator to through the mode separation that overflows deposit and supernatant, can fully guarantee the settling time and the flow of deposiing of silt, improve the sedimentation separation effect. Through this kind of mode, isolate a large amount of sand, be convenient for follow-up separation of carrying on mud again, improved entire system's separation efficiency.
The embodiment of the application provides a sewage treatment device, including first processing pond and pressure filter, first processing pond includes diapire and lateral wall, the diapire with the lateral wall encloses into the accommodation space that is used for acceping pending sewage, the diapire sets up for the horizontal plane slope. The filter press is communicated with the first treatment tank and used for receiving the sewage flowing from the bottom wall and pressing the flowing sewage so as to separate the sewage from water.
In some embodiments, the bottom wall of the first treatment basin is inclined at an angle greater than or equal to 6 °.
In some embodiments, the upper surface of the bottom wall is provided with a layer of cement, glazed tile, ceramic or stainless steel.
In some embodiments, the bottom wall includes a first end and a second end, the first end being closer to the top of the sidewall than the second end; the sewage treatment device further comprises a sewage pump disposed adjacent to the second end of the bottom wall for pumping the sewage flowing to the second end to the filter press.
In some embodiments, the sewage treatment system further comprises a receiving tank, the receiving tank is adjacent to the second end of the first treatment tank and is spaced from the first treatment tank by the side wall, and a sewage interface is arranged on the side wall; the sewage pump is arranged in the accommodating pool, a water inlet of the sewage pump is communicated with the first treatment pool through the sewage interface, and a water outlet of the sewage pump is communicated with the filter press so as to convey sewage input from the first treatment pool to the filter press.
In some embodiments, the filter press further comprises a second treatment tank spaced apart from the first treatment tank, and the water inlet of the second treatment tank is communicated with the water outlet of the filter press for collecting water separated from the filter press.
In some embodiments, a storage space is further arranged below the filter press and used for storing mud cakes formed after pressing; a collecting tank is also arranged below the filter press and is used for collecting seepage water generated in the pressing process and the mud discharging process; and the collecting tank is communicated with the first treatment tank so as to enable the seepage water to flow back to the first treatment tank for circulating separation.
In some embodiments, the sewage treatment apparatus further comprises a cover plate covering the first treatment tank to seal the first treatment tank; the cover plate is provided with a water inlet.
In some embodiments, a clean water spray head defoaming device is arranged in the first treatment tank and used for defoaming foams generated in the first treatment tank.
The embodiment of the application provides a slag treatment system, including dragging for husky device, silt deposit device and above-mentioned sewage treatment plant. The sand bailing device is used for receiving the silt water that flows from the slag platform, and right the silt water separates, and silt deposits device and sand bailing device fluid coupling for receive the supernatant of bailing the sand device separation, and right the supernatant carries out the precipitation separation, and sewage treatment plant and silt deposit device fluid coupling for the supernatant that the device separation was deposited to silt deposits and separates and suppress the separation, with separation mud and clear water.
This application sets up the diapire through handling the pond first for horizontal plane slope, can be so that the mud of sediment on the diapire can flow along the diapire, improves the mobility of mud to in the one end from first processing pond separates mud, improves separation efficiency. Through this kind of mode, this application need not to adopt the rail pump to take out mud, need not to utilize the upright jar to deposit, can directly generate the clear water with the production sewage filter-pressing, recycles the production and uses, has greatly improved the waste metal rate of recovery, has purified the purity of tailings, has greatly reduced the production energy consumption simultaneously.
The embodiment of the application provides a slag treatment system, which comprises a sand fishing device, a sediment separation device and a sewage treatment device, wherein the sand fishing device is used for receiving sediment water flowing out of a slag platform and separating the sediment water; the silt separation device is used for receiving the supernatant separated by the sand fishing device and carrying out precipitation separation; the sewage treatment device is used for receiving the supernatant separated by the silt separation device, and carrying out precipitation and pressing separation to separate silt and clear water.
In some embodiments, the slag treatment system further comprises a silt settling device for receiving the silt water settled in the silt separating device and performing settling separation.
In some embodiments, the slag processing system further comprises a dewatering device for receiving the concentrated silt water separated by the sand bailing device and performing dewatering treatment.
In some embodiments, the slag treatment system further comprises a cyclone fluidly connected to the silt settling apparatus for receiving and separating the silt water settled in the silt settling apparatus.
In some embodiments, the silt separating device is further used for receiving and separating the silt water in the upper layer separated by the cyclone; the sewage treatment device is also used for receiving the supernatant in the sediment precipitation device and separating the supernatant; the dehydration device is also used for receiving the concentrated lower-layer silt liquid separated by the cyclone and performing dehydration treatment; and the silt sedimentation tank is also used for receiving the water liquid separated out by the dewatering device and carrying out sedimentation separation.
In some embodiments, the silt separation device is arranged below the sand bailing device, so that the supernatant processed by the sand bailing device flows into the silt separation device through the action of gravity; the sewage treatment device is arranged below the sediment separation device, so that the supernatant separated by the sediment separation device flows into the sewage treatment device under the action of gravity.
In some embodiments, the sewage treatment device comprises a first treatment tank and a filter press, the first treatment tank comprises a bottom wall and a side wall, the bottom wall and the side wall enclose an accommodating space for accommodating the supernatant separated from the sediment separation device, and the bottom wall is arranged obliquely relative to a horizontal plane; the filter press is communicated with the first treatment tank and used for receiving the sewage flowing from the bottom wall and pressing the flowing sewage so as to separate the sewage from water.
In some embodiments, the sewage treatment device further comprises a second treatment tank, which is arranged at a distance from the first treatment tank, and the water inlet of the second treatment tank is communicated with the water outlet of the filter press for collecting the clean water separated from the filter press; the second treatment tank is arranged below the ground outside the machine table of the filter press, and the clean water separated by the filter press flows into the second treatment tank under the action of gravity.
In some embodiments, the silt separation apparatus includes an outer separator and an inner separator, the outer separator defining a first receiving space; the inner separator is accommodated in the first accommodating space and defines a second accommodating space; an interval space is formed between the outer wall of the second accommodating space and the inner wall of the first accommodating space, a communicating opening is formed in the bottom of the inner side separator, so that the second accommodating space is communicated with the interval space, supernatant liquid entering the inner side separator and separated from the sand fishing device enters the interval space from the communicating opening, and supernatant liquid separated from the sand fishing device after sedimentation is made to overflow from the top of the outer side separator.
In some embodiments, one of the outer separators and the inner separator disposed within the outer separator are combined into one unit, and the silt separating apparatus comprises at least two units; defining the two units as a first unit and a second unit respectively; and a communication device is arranged between the outer separator of the first unit and the inner separator of the second unit, so that the supernatant overflowing from the outer separator of the first unit flows into the inner separator of the second unit through the communication device to be separated again.
The embodiment of the application provides a slag treatment method, which comprises the following steps: the sand bailing device receives silt water flowing out of the slag platform and separates the silt water; the silt separation device receives the supernatant separated by the sand fishing device and carries out precipitation separation; and the sewage treatment device receives the supernatant separated by the silt separation device and carries out precipitation and pressing separation to separate mud and clear water.
Through the slag treatment system and the slag treatment method, the recovery rate of waste metal can be greatly improved, the purity of tailings is purified, the impression effect of a factory is improved, the production energy consumption is greatly reduced, and the slag treatment system and the slag treatment method are safer, energy-saving and environment-friendly.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic view of a slag handling system according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 2 is a schematic cross-sectional view of a silt separation apparatus according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 3 is a schematic top view of a silt separation apparatus according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 4 is a schematic top view of a silt separation apparatus according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 5 is a schematic cross-sectional view of a silt separation apparatus according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 6 is a schematic perspective view of a silt separation apparatus according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 7 is a schematic top view showing the first and second treatment tanks in the sewage treatment apparatus according to the embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 8 is a schematic structural view of a sewage treatment apparatus according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 9 is a schematic flow diagram of a slag treatment process according to an embodiment of the present application.
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The present application will be described in further detail with reference to the following drawings and examples. It is to be noted that the following examples are only illustrative of the present application, and do not limit the scope of the present application. Likewise, the following examples are only some examples and not all examples of the present application, and all other examples obtained by a person of ordinary skill in the art without any inventive step are within the scope of the present application.
Reference herein to "an embodiment" means that a particular feature, structure, or characteristic described in connection with the embodiment can be included in at least one embodiment of the application. The appearances of the phrase in various places in the specification are not necessarily all referring to the same embodiment, nor are separate or alternative embodiments mutually exclusive of other embodiments. It is explicitly and implicitly understood by one skilled in the art that the embodiments described herein can be combined with other embodiments.
The production cycle sewage treatment is taken as a core part of a slag treatment process and undergoes 5 generations of process changes before and after.
The mainstream in the industry at present is a third generation open pond and a fourth generation vertical tank type pond. The third-generation open pool has the defects of high energy consumption, water vapor ring corrosion on a steel structure and unattractive appearance due to exposed foam; the fourth generation vertical tank type water pool has high energy consumption, large difficulty in later maintenance and worry about long-term use.
A first generation pool: the method is commonly called as a horsehead crane, namely a rotary crane is used for grabbing slurry and sand in a water pool for dewatering or mud pressing (which can be called as 'taking mud in water and recycling surface sewage'), so that the surface sewage in the water pool is recycled, and the horsehead crane is multipurpose for early open-type plants.
A second-generation water pool: the travelling crane grabbing crane is used for grabbing slurry and sand in a water pool to dewater or press mud (still 'taking mud in water and recycling surface sewage') for updating on the basis of a first-generation water pool, and circulating the surface sewage in the water pool, and the process is generated along with the improvement of the requirements of the industry on the operation efficiency and the production scale.
A third-generation water pool: the mud pump is taken out to rail mounted, namely uses the rail driving hoist sewage pump, and horizontal reciprocating motion is in the pond, takes out the mud of bottom in the pond to middle oblique pond, lets the top layer sewage in the pond circulate, and work efficiency is higher than the driving type and grabs and hangs (still "mud is got in the aquatic, top layer sewage recycles").
A fourth generation pool: the tank-type water pool is characterized in that sewage flowing to a low position by gravity in a production process is pumped to a high-position vertical tank by a water pump, and then the water in a semi-clear and semi-muddy state is recycled by applying a precipitation principle and flows into a production system (namely sludge settling in water and semi-sewage recycling). The device is suitable for a totally-enclosed production plant, can totally-enclose a steel structure plant without water vapor corrosion for the protruding vertical tank, and ensures that the foam regeneration phenomenon in the former open type water tank cannot be seen in the visual field range of people on the ground of a workshop. However, the disadvantages are quite obvious, the problem of corrosion of the strong alkaline water to the tank body has to be faced along with the time delay, and the storage of the water body cannot be solved when the tank body is maintained. Moreover, the floor space is wide, and the one-time investment and maintenance cost is high. Most importantly, the energy consumption of the solar cell is a relatively outstanding short plate, which is contrary to the 'green environmental protection and energy conservation'. (can be called as 'mud settling in water and half sewage recycling').
Referring to fig. 1, fig. 1 is a schematic view of a slag processing system according to an embodiment of the present application. Specifically, the slag processing system includes, but is not limited to: a sand bailing device 20, a dewatering device 30, a sand separating device 40, a sand settling device 50, a cyclone 60 and a sewage treatment device 70.
The bailing device 20 may be a water wheel type bailing machine for separating a sand-water mixture outputted from the platform work area 10 (i.e., a slag platform). The sand bailer may be positioned above the water surface, e.g. 2-5 meters, 2.5-4 meters or 3-3.5 meters, e.g. 3 meters, 3.2 meters, 3.7 meters or 4 meters, etc. above the water surface. The sand bailing wheel of the sand bailing machine scoops the sand from the water to the dewatering device 30, and the supernatant on the water surface of the sand bailing machine flows into the sand separating device 40. It is worth mentioning that the term "supernatant" in this application refers to a liquid above the settled or separated sediment, the supernatant still containing the un-settled or separated sediment except water. The precipitated or separated silt also contains water. For the sake of convenience of differential description, the supernatant herein is defined as the first supernatant.
The dewatering device 30 is used for receiving the concentrated silt water separated by the sand bailing device 20 and dewatering the silt water. The dewatering device 30 may be a dewatering screen, for example, a vibrating screen. The silt dehydrated by the dehydration device 30 is transported to a fine sand storage yard for draining, and the water liquid dehydrated by the dehydration device 30 flows into the silt settling device 50.
The dried sand drained from the fine sand yard is used for brick making, and the drained sewage flows into the collection ditch 80.
The silt separation apparatus 40 is arranged 2-4 meters above the water surface, for example, 2.5-3.5 meters, 2.8-3.3 meters, 2.9 meters, 3 meters, or 3.2 meters, etc. It is worth mentioning that the silt separator 40 is disposed below the bailing device 20 so that the first supernatant flows into the silt separator 40 by gravity and is subjected to sedimentation separation.
After the first supernatant of the sand bailing device 20 enters the sand-mud separating device 40, the sand and water in the first supernatant are separated in a sedimentation manner, that is, the sand and mud in the first supernatant are precipitated in the sand-mud separating device 40, and the supernatant overflows from the top of the sand-mud separating device 40. Wherein the sediment in the sediment separation means 40 is transported to the sediment precipitation means 50 and the supernatant separated by the sediment separation means 40 is passed to the sewage treatment means 70, the supernatant overflowing from the top of the sediment separation means 40 being defined herein as the second supernatant.
Specifically, as shown in fig. 2 and fig. 3, fig. 2 is a schematic cross-sectional structure diagram of a silt separation apparatus in the embodiment of the present application, and fig. 3 is a schematic top-view structure diagram of the silt separation apparatus in the embodiment of the present application. Mud and sand separating device 40 includes an outer separator 41 and an inner separator 42, where outer separator 41 defines a first accommodating space 410, a first open opening is formed at the top of outer separator 41, and a second supernatant separated by mud and sand separating device 40 overflows through a second open opening.
The inner separator 42 defines a second receiving space 420, and has a second open top for receiving the first supernatant (also called muddy water).
The inner separator 42 is received in the first receiving space 410. The silt separator apparatus 41 further comprises a bracket 43, the bracket 43 spanning the first open mouth and mounted on top of the outer separator 41. The top of the inside separator 42 is coupled to the bracket 43 so that the inside separator 42 is suspended in the first receiving space 410. In some embodiments, to prevent the second supernatant from overflowing from the outer separator 41 to the inner separator 42, a baffle 44 may be provided around the top of the inner separator 42, the top of the baffle 44 being higher than the top of the outer separator 41.
A space 411 is formed between the outer wall of the second accommodating space 420 and the inner wall of the first accommodating space 410. The bottom of the inner separator 42 is provided with a communication opening 421 to communicate the second accommodating space 420 with the compartment 411, so that the first supernatant liquid entering the inner separator 42 enters the compartment 411 from the communication opening 421. Specifically, the first supernatant enters the second accommodating space 420 from the second opening, and then flows into the compartment 411 through the communication opening 421, and the heavier silt is deposited on the bottom of the compartment 411 (i.e., the bottom of the first accommodating space 410). As the first supernatant liquid continuously flows in from the second accommodating space 420, the water level of the second supernatant liquid in the first accommodating space 420 and the second accommodating space 420 continuously rises, and when the water level rises to the top of the outer separator 41, the second supernatant liquid overflows from the first open port at the top of the outer separator 41. The sediment separation is carried out through the mode, the sediment time and the sediment flow of the sediment can be fully ensured, and the sediment separation effect is improved.
The side walls of both the outside separator 41 and the inside separator 42 may be arranged to be inclined to the horizontal plane. On one hand, the inclined sidewall of the inner separator 42 can facilitate the first supernatant to flow into the bottom of the second accommodating space 420 along the sidewall, and simultaneously facilitate the sediment in the first supernatant to be deposited along the sidewall; on the other hand, the lateral wall of the outer separator 41 that is obliquely arranged can facilitate the sedimentation of the second supernatant along the lateral wall, thereby reducing the sediment suspended in the second supernatant, and improving the sedimentation efficiency. In some embodiments, the outer separator 41 and the inner separator 42 may each have a cone shape, for example, a pyramid, such as a triangular pyramid, a rectangular pyramid, or a pentagonal pyramid, and may also have a cone or frustum shape. The outer separator 41 and the inner separator 42 may have the same shape or different shapes.
In some embodiments, defoaming devices for clear water nozzles are further disposed in the first and second accommodating spaces 410 and 420, and are used for eliminating foam generated in the first and second accommodating spaces 410 and 420. The clear water spray head pipeline adopts a connection mode of clamp connection or hot melt welding.
In some embodiments, an outer separator 41 and an inner separator 42 disposed within the outer separator 41 comprise a single unit, and the silt separation apparatus 40 comprises at least two units. The present application is hereinafter described in terms of a silt separation apparatus 40 comprising three units in series.
For convenience of description, the three units are respectively defined as a first unit 401, a second unit 402 and a third unit 403, as shown in fig. 4 and 5, fig. 4 is a schematic top view of the silt separating apparatus in the embodiment of the present application, and fig. 5 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the silt separating apparatus in the embodiment of the present application. Wherein the outside separator 41 and the inside separator 42 of each unit may be the outside separator 41 and the inside separator 42 of any of the above embodiments. A communication means 45 is provided between the outer separator 41a of the first unit 401 and the inner separator 42a of the second unit 402, so that the second supernatant overflowing from the outer separator 41a of the first unit 401 flows into the inner separator 42b of the second unit 402 through the communication means 45a, the second supernatant is separated in the second unit 402, and the separated third supernatant overflows from the outer separator 41b of the second unit 402. A communication means 45b is also provided between the outer separator 41b of the second unit 402 and the inner separator 42c of the third unit 403, so that the third supernatant overflowing from the outer separator 41b of the second unit 402 flows into the inner separator 42c of the third unit 403, the third supernatant is separated in the third unit 403, and the fourth supernatant separated overflows from the outer separator 41c of the third unit 403 (refer to the direction indicated by the arrow in fig. 5), and is sent to the sewage treatment apparatus 70 through a flow water path 46 provided outside the third unit 403. The bottoms of the outer separators 41a, 41b, 41c of the first, second and third units 401, 402, 403 are provided with sediment discharge outlets, and the discharged sediment is conveyed to the silt settling apparatus 50.
As shown in fig. 6, fig. 6 is a schematic perspective view of a silt separation apparatus according to an embodiment of the present application. The first baffle 46 is surrounded at the top of the outer separators 41a, 41b, 41c of the first unit 401, the second unit 402, and the third unit 403. The first baffle 46 is provided with a first notch so that the second, third and fourth supernatants overflow from the first notch out of the outer separators 41a, 41b, 41 c. Specifically, the number of the first notches may be plural, for example, the first notch 47a is provided at a position corresponding to the first unit 401, the first notch 47b is provided at a position corresponding to the second unit 402, and the first notch 47c is provided at a position corresponding to the third unit 403. The second supernatant overflows from the first notch 47a corresponding to the first unit 401 to the outside of the first unit 401, the third supernatant overflows from the first notch 47b corresponding to the second unit 402 to the outside of the second unit 402, and the fourth supernatant overflows from the first notch 47c corresponding to the third unit 403 to the outside of the third unit 403.
The tops of the inside separators 42a, 42b, 42c of the first unit 401, the second unit 402, and the third unit 403 are all surrounded by the second baffle 48. The second baffle 48 is provided with a second gap so that the second supernatant and the third supernatant flow from the second gap into the inside separators 42b, 42c of the second unit 402 and the third unit 403, respectively. Specifically, the number of the second notches may be plural, for example, the second notch 49b is provided at a position corresponding to the second unit 402, and the second notch 49c is also provided at a position corresponding to the third unit 403. The second supernatant flows out of the first notch 47a of the first unit 401 and then flows into the inner separator 42b of the second unit 402 from the corresponding second notch 49b of the second unit 402. The third supernatant flows out of the first notch 47b of the second unit 402 and then flows into the inner separator 42a of the third unit 403 from the corresponding second notch 49c of the third unit 403.
Both ends of one communication device 45a are connected to the outer separator 41a of the first unit 401 and the inner separator 42b of the second unit 402, respectively, and correspond to the first notch 47a of the first unit 401 and the second notch 49b of the second unit 402, respectively. Specifically, the communication device 45a includes a third flap 452 and a bottom plate 451. For example, the two ends of the bottom plate 451 of the communication device 45a between the first unit 401 and the second unit 402 are respectively connected to the outer separator 41a of the first unit 401 and the inner separator 42b of the second unit 402, and are respectively connected to the first notch 47a corresponding to the first unit 401 and the second notch 49b corresponding to the second unit 402. The third baffles 452 surround the two sides of the bottom plate 451 to guide the second supernatant overflowing from the first gap 47a corresponding to the first unit 401 to the second gap 49b corresponding to the second unit 402, and then enter the inner separator 42b of the second unit 402.
Similarly, the two ends of the other communication device 45b are respectively connected to the outer separator 41b of the second unit 402 and the inner separator 42c of the third unit 403, and respectively correspond to the first notch 47b of the second unit 402 and the second notch 49c of the third unit 403. The two ends of the bottom plate 451 of the communication means 45b between the second unit 402 and the third unit 403 are respectively connected to the outer separator 41b of the second unit 402 and the inner separator 42c of the third unit 403, and are respectively connected to the first notch 47b corresponding to the second unit 402 and the second notch 49c corresponding to the third unit 403. The third baffles 452 surround the two sides of the bottom plate 451 to guide the third supernatant overflowing from the first notch 47b corresponding to the second unit 402 to the second notch 49c corresponding to the third unit 403, and then enter the inner separator 42c of the third unit 403.
In some embodiments, the first unit 401 is provided with another communication means 45c in addition to the communication means 45a communicating with the second unit 402 for guiding the first supernatant separated by the bailing device 20 into the corresponding inside separator 42a of the first unit 401. The structure of the communication device 45c may be the same as the structure of the communication devices 45a and 45 b.
Specifically, the first blocking plate 46 corresponding to the first unit 401 is provided with another first notch 47d in addition to the first notch 47a for communicating with the second unit 402. The second baffle 48 corresponding to the first unit 401 has a second notch 49 c. The above-mentioned other communication means 45c of the first unit 401 is straddled and connected to the top of the outside separator 41a and the top of the inside separator 42a of the first unit 401, and is disposed at the first notch 47d and the second notch 49 c. Therefore, the first supernatant separated from the sand bailing device 20 enters the communicating means 45c, flows from the first notch 47d through the second notch 49c, and further flows into the inner separator 42a of the first unit 401.
Silt separator 50 is used to precipitate the concentrate separated from silt separator 40 (i.e., the precipitate at the bottom of the outer separator of silt separator 40) and the water removed from dewatering device 30. Silt settling apparatus 50 may be a silt settling tank. The sediment in the silt deposit apparatus 50 is a concentrated aqueous silt stream which is fed to the cyclone 60. Specifically, a sand pump is provided in the sediment sedimentation tank, and the sand pump pumps sediment water liquid precipitated in the sediment sedimentation tank to the cyclone 60. The fifth supernatant in the silt deposit, i.e., the supernatant at the time of system shutdown, flows into the sewage treatment apparatus 70.
The cyclone 60 is disposed above the dewatering device 30, and receives and separates the silt water precipitated in the silt precipitation device 50. The lower layer silt liquid concentrated by the cyclone 60 is sprayed into the dewatering device 30 for dewatering, the dewatering process is the same as the treatment process of the dewatering device 30, for example, silt dewatered by the dewatering device 30 is conveyed to a fine sand yard for draining, and the water liquid dewatered by the dewatering device 30 flows into the silt settling device 50 again for settling again. Therefore, the dewatering device 30 is also used for receiving the concentrated lower sediment liquid separated by the cyclone 60 and dewatering the concentrated lower sediment liquid. The supernatant silt separated by the cyclone 60 flows into the silt separating apparatus 40 again, for example, passes through the first unit 401, the second unit 402 and the third unit 403 in sequence for circulating sedimentation. Therefore, the silt separator 40 is also used for receiving the upper silt water separated by the cyclone 60 and separating the upper silt water.
After the above-mentioned multiple separations, sand is substantially separated, and compared to sand, more mud is present in the fourth supernatant, and the mud is mainly separated in the subsequent steps.
The sewage treatment apparatus 70 is disposed below the silt separating apparatus 40 so that the fourth supernatant separated by the silt separating apparatus 40 flows to the sewage treatment apparatus 70 by gravity, and is subjected to precipitation and press separation to separate silt and clear water.
As shown in fig. 7 and 8, fig. 7 is a schematic top view of a first treatment tank and a second treatment tank in a sewage treatment apparatus according to an embodiment of the present application, and fig. 8 is a schematic structural view of the sewage treatment apparatus according to the embodiment of the present application. The sewage treatment apparatus 70 includes a first treatment tank 71, a second treatment tank 72, and a filter press 73. The first treatment tank 71 and the second treatment tank 72 are disposed at a distance from each other, and may be separated by a concrete wall, for example. The filter press 73 is communicated with the first treatment tank 71 and the second treatment tank 72, and is used for receiving the sewage in the first treatment tank 71 and pressing the sewage. The clean water pressed by the filter press 73 flows into the second treatment tank 72, so that the sludge and the water are separated. It will be appreciated that the wastewater treated by the wastewater treatment plant may include the fourth supernatant separated from the silt separation apparatus 40, the fifth supernatant influent from the silt deposit apparatus 50 and the wastewater influent in the collection gutter.
Specifically, the first treatment tank 71 can be also called a sewage treatment tank, and can be cast by C30 impervious concrete (impervious P6 grade), the wall thickness of the tank is 300mm, HDPE waterproof rolls are arranged on the outer wall and the bottom of the tank, and the inner wall is brushed with 2 times of immersion flexible waterproof paint.
The first treatment tank 71 may include a bottom wall 711, a side wall 712, and a cover plate 713. The bottom wall 711 and the side wall 712 enclose an accommodating space for accommodating sewage to be treated. The cover plate 713 is disposed on the accommodating space to seal the first treating tank 71. The cover plate 713 is provided with a water inlet through which the sewage can enter the accommodating space of the first treatment tank 71. The cover plate is also provided with access holes, and the number of the access holes can be 1 or more, such as 3 or 4. The size of the manhole may be 1.2m by 1.2 m.
The bottom wall 711 is disposed at an angle with respect to the horizontal plane, and the angle of inclination may be greater than or equal to 6 °. Specifically, the bottom wall 711 includes a first end 7111 and a second end 7112, wherein the distance between the first end 7111 and the top of the side wall 712 is less than the distance between the second end 7112 and the top of the side wall 712, i.e., the bottom wall 711 slopes downward from the first end 7111 to the second end 7112. Sludge in the sewage in the first treatment tank 71 is deposited on the bottom wall 711, and sludge (i.e., relatively thick sewage) is formed on the bottom wall 711. Since the bottom wall 711 slopes downwardly from the first end 7111 to the second end 7112, slurry flows down the bottom wall 711 from the first end 7111 to the second end 7112. In some embodiments, the upper surface of the bottom wall 711 is provided with a cement glaze, glazed tile layer, ceramic layer, or stainless steel layer to increase the slipperiness of the slurry to facilitate the flow of the slurry in the wastewater from the first end to the second end.
In some embodiments, a defoaming device of a clean water nozzle is further disposed in the first treatment tank 71, so as to eliminate foam generated in the first treatment tank. The clear water spray head pipeline adopts a connection mode of clamp connection or hot melt welding.
In some embodiments, the sewage treatment apparatus 70 further includes a housing tank 74 and a sewage pump 75 disposed in the housing tank 74. The receiving reservoir 74 is adjacent the second end 7112 of the first treatment reservoir 71 and is spaced from the first treatment reservoir 71 by a sidewall 712 of the first treatment reservoir 71. The side wall 712 of the first treatment tank 71 is provided with a sewage interface.
The sewage pump 75 is used to pump the sewage flowing to the second end 7112 to the filter press 73. The water inlet of the sewage pump 75 is communicated with the sewage port through a connecting pipe and further communicated with the first treatment tank 71, and the water outlet of the sewage pump 75 is communicated with the filter press 73 to convey the sewage input from the first treatment tank 71 to the filter press 73. The sewage pump 75 is disposed adjacent the second end 7112 of the bottom wall 711 to facilitate the sewage pump 75 pumping the slurry flowing along the bottom wall 711 to the second end 7112 into the filter press 73.
The second treatment tank 72 can also be called a clear water tank, and the water inlet of the second treatment tank 72 is communicated with the water outlet of the filter press 73 to collect the water separated from the filter press 73. The second treatment tank 72 also includes a side wall 721, a bottom wall 722, and a cover 723. The side wall 721 and the bottom wall 722 of the second treating tank 72 enclose an accommodating space for accommodating clean water. The cover 723 covers the accommodating space to seal the second treating tank 72. The cover 723 is provided with a water inlet through which sewage can enter the accommodating space of the first treatment tank 72. The cover 723 is further provided with access holes, and the number of the access holes may be 1 or more, for example, 3 or 4. The size of the manhole may be 1.2m by 1.2 m.
The filter press 73 has a water inlet and a water outlet. The inlet of the filter press 73 is connected to the first treatment tank 71 through a sewage pump 75, the sewage pump 75 pumps the sewage flowing into the bottom wall 711 to the inlet of the filter press 73, and the filter press 73 presses the sewage to separate the sewage from the water. Therefore, the sewage treatment apparatus 70 can perform precipitation separation and press separation of the sewage.
The water outlet of the filter press 73 is communicated with the water inlet of the second treatment tank 72. The filter press 73 is disposed above the second treatment tank 72, for example, the second treatment tank 72 is disposed below the ground outside the machine base of the filter press 73, so that the clean water separated by the filter press 73 flows into the second treatment tank 72 by gravity (as shown by a dotted line in fig. 8). A storage space is arranged below the filter press 73 and used for storing mud cakes formed after pressing. And (4) conveying the mud cakes to a silt storage yard for draining, wherein the drained dry mud is used for making bricks, and the drained sewage flows into a collecting ditch. A collecting tank is also arranged below the filter press 73 and used for collecting seepage water generated in the pressing process and the mud discharging process. The collection tank is communicated with the first treatment tank 71 to return the seeped water to the first treatment tank 71 for cyclic separation and then cyclic pressing. The sewage collected in the collecting ditch also flows back to the first treatment tank 71 for circular separation and then circular pressing.
In some embodiments, the number of sewage pumps 75 is 2, the number of filter presses 73 is 2, and the number of sewage connections is 2. The sewage pumps 75, the filter presses 73 and the sewage interfaces are in one-to-one correspondence, that is, each sewage pump 75 is connected with one sewage interface and pumps sewage to the corresponding filter press 73.
The water in the second treatment tank 72 is transported to the machine working area for recycling. In some embodiments, the second treatment tank 72 has a capacity of 450 tons and the first treatment tank 71 has a capacity of 358 tons. The whole production system needs to be supplemented with 20 tons of tap water every day due to the water removed by evaporation and silt in the production every day.
The sewage treatment apparatus 70 of the present application employs a filter press 73, and taking a 400-square filter press as an example, the effective water pressing time of each filter press is as follows: pressing into mud for 30 minutes, opening the plate and discharging the mud for 20 minutes, wherein each working cycle is 50 minutes in total, and 125-150 tons of clean water (different mud concentrations) are pressed in each working cycle for pressing one plate of mud. According to the calculation of the fluid mechanics principle and the actual measurement and calculation, the slag production and treatment system circularly uses 320 tons of clean water per hour; the two mud presses can produce 300-360 tons of clean water per hour, and the requirement of production cycle water is basically met.
The first treatment tank 71 in the sewage treatment device 70 of the present application is in a normal dry state, and the amount of sewage discharged into the closed sewage tank per hour by the slag production treatment system is about 320 tons according to the calculation based on the fluid mechanics principle and by combining the actual measurement and calculation. The two filter presses 73 produce clean water in an amount equivalent to the amount of sewage per hour, and the clean water is completely produced into clean water every noon and night after work, and the clean water is continuously used for production in the next work shift. The first treatment tank 71 is in a normal dry state, does not store sewage at ordinary times, and only circularly treats sewage during production; in addition, 450 tons of water are contained in the second treatment tank 72, and the requirement of the water consumption of the production cycle is completely met. Before the second treatment tank 72 is overhauled every year, the water quantity of the second treatment tank 72 is slowly reduced to the volume range of the first treatment tank 71, and clean water is pumped to the first treatment tank 71 for temporary storage to overhaul the second treatment tank 72. When the slag production treatment system is in operation, the filter press 73 is started to work when sewage flows into the first treatment tank 71.
In the sewage treatment device 70 of the application, the top of the first treatment tank 71 is sealed by the cover plate, the cover plate can be made of steel structure or concrete, and a pedestrian passage can be arranged on the cover plate to stack maintenance materials and the like. Therefore, the space can be saved and the space can be comprehensively utilized.
In addition, the vertical tank water treatment system is used for manufacturing clear water by applying hydromechanics and a precipitation principle to a high space, and then pressing mud by using a filter press to manufacture clear water; it also requires a ground collection tank to pump the sewage to the vertical tank and a pump to pump the filter press clean water to the clean water tank. The first treatment tank in the sewage treatment device 70 is equivalent to a standing tank which is laid down, the silt separation device is utilized to remove settled sands in silt, the filter press is directly used for manufacturing clear water, the middle standing tank is omitted for sedimentation, and the working efficiency is improved.
The present application also provides a slag processing method, as shown in fig. 9, fig. 9 is a schematic flow chart of the slag processing method according to the embodiment of the present application, and the method includes the following steps:
m101, the sand bailing device receives the silt water flowing out of the slag platform and separates the silt water.
M102, the sediment separation device receives the supernatant liquid separated by the sand fishing device and carries out precipitation separation.
M103, the sewage treatment device receives the supernatant separated by the silt separation device, and the supernatant is precipitated, pressed and separated to separate mud and clear water.
In some embodiments, the method further comprises: m104, the silt settling device receives the silt water settled in the silt separating device and carries out settling separation.
In some embodiments, the method further comprises: m105, the dehydration device receives the concentrated silt water separated by the sand dragging device and carries out dehydration treatment.
In some embodiments, the method further comprises: m106, the cyclone receives and separates the silt water precipitated in the silt precipitation device.
In some embodiments, the method further comprises: and M107, receiving the upper silt water separated by the cyclone by a silt separation device, and separating.
In some embodiments, the method further comprises: m108, the sewage treatment device receives the supernatant in the sediment precipitation device and separates the supernatant.
In some embodiments, the method further comprises: m109, a dewatering device receives the concentrated lower-layer silt liquid separated by the cyclone and carries out dewatering treatment.
In some embodiments, the method further comprises: and M110, receiving the water liquid separated out by the dewatering device by a silt settling tank, and carrying out settling separation.
The sand dredging device, the sand separating device, the sewage treatment device, the sand settling device, the dewatering device and the cyclone in the slag treatment method can be corresponding devices in any embodiment.
The slag treatment system enhances the water flow performance of the slurry due to repeated concentration and circulating dehydration, and can fully ensure smooth circulation in the water tank. The underground depth of the pool is 5.5m, the cover height of the upper top plate is +/-0.00 m, and the inclined pool begins to incline to the bottom of the pool (close to the pump pool of the filter press) from a position minus 2.0 m.
In addition, according to the gravilogy principle, sewage produced by the production line naturally flows into the first treatment tank of the black box silt separation device and the sewage treatment device by utilizing gravity; on the same principle, the clean water produced by the filter press naturally flows into a second treatment tank of the sewage treatment device by gravity; the water pump is reduced to carry and arrange, reduces the energy consumption.
The utility model provides a slag treatment system adopts above-mentioned silt separator on the basis of considering comprehensively production technology water consumption, combines totally closed first treatment tank among the effluent water sump processing apparatus, need not to adopt the rail pump to take out mud, need not to utilize the upright jar to deposit, can directly generate the clear water with production sewage filter-pressing, carries out cyclic production and uses. By adopting the process, the recovery rate of the waste metal is greatly improved, the purity of the tailings is purified, the impression effect of a factory is improved, and meanwhile, the production energy consumption is greatly reduced. At present, the process is adopted in 2 slag plants successively, the effect is quite obvious, the recovery rate of waste metal is improved by 5%, the purity of tailings is improved by 10%, and the energy consumption is saved by 10%.
The slag treatment system and method of the present application also have the following effects:
(1) the working environment is changed from the former 'wet working' to 'dry working'. The promotion of quality of water indirectly influences the slag purification rate, and clear water can wash the broken material of slag cleaner, lets the eddy current during operation, and more light selects aluminium scrap, improves the rate of recovery. Meanwhile, the metal content in the tailings is reduced, and the cracking phenomenon is less prone to occur in brick making and plastering when the wastes are recycled. (the working principle diagram of the aluminum jump machine is that the foam in water is less, the resistance is reduced, and the recovery rate is improved).
(2) Because the first treatment tank in the sewage treatment device is sealed by the cover plate, the water vapor can be controlled not to leak and corrode steel, the plant area is ensured to be attractive and clean, the use is durable, no hidden danger exists, and the energy consumption is reduced. The vertical tank type water tank can only control water vapor and can not leak to corrode steel, thereby ensuring the plant area to be beautiful and clean. In addition, due to the characteristics of the burned slag, the whole production process is strong in basicity, the pH value of the circular production can reach about 11, and the corrosion to steel and rubber is strong. The technology of the totally-enclosed water tank is adopted, strong alkali resistance is achieved, the service life is long, and the technology is once and for all.
(3) The fully-closed first treatment tank in the sewage treatment device can greatly reduce repeated generation of impact foam, and the foam is pressed into mud cakes at one time. Meanwhile, a small amount of generated foam is sealed in a pool for sewage treatment, and the visual attractiveness is extremely high.
(4) Because first treatment tank and second treatment tank are all sealed through can closing through the apron, therefore can all collect piling sand storehouse, the place filtration liquid of piling mud cake, the scattered water of shaking table work area, and the circulation is handled and is used for production.
(6) By adopting the totally-enclosed sewage treatment tank, the process equipment can save 60KW, work for 10h every day, save 600 degrees of energy, save 21.6 ten thousand degrees of electricity every year, and reduce the consumption of natural resources caused by power generation.
(7) Calculated by the energy consumption of each power generation of the existing thermal power station, the method is equivalent to reducing 82 tons of fire coal, 823 tons of purified water consumption, 205 tons of CO2 emission and 5.7 tons of SO2 emission. From another perspective, it is equivalent to 6800 trees planted per year.
In conclusion, compared with the fourth generation vertical tank type water tank equipment, the totally-enclosed water tank is safer, more energy-saving and more environment-friendly, and meets the requirement of 'green energy-saving and environment-friendly' called by the state.
The above description is only a part of the embodiments of the present application, and not intended to limit the scope of the present application, and all equivalent devices or equivalent processes performed by the content of the present application and the attached drawings, or directly or indirectly applied to other related technical fields, are also included in the scope of the present application.

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1. A silt separation apparatus, comprising:
the outer separator is defined with a first accommodating space;
the inner separator is accommodated in the first accommodating space and defines a second accommodating space;
the outer wall of second accommodation space with be formed with the interval space between the inner wall of first accommodation space, the bottom of inboard separator is equipped with the intercommunication opening, in order to incite somebody to action the second accommodation space with the interval space intercommunication, so that the silt water that gets into inboard separator follows the intercommunication opening gets into the interval space, and makes the supernatant of silt water is followed the top of outside separator overflows.
2. The silt separation apparatus according to claim 1, wherein a first open mouth is provided at the top of said outer separator, and the supernatant of said silt water overflows from said first open mouth; the top of the inside separator is provided with a second open mouth for receiving the muddy water.
3. The silt separation apparatus of claim 2, further comprising a bracket spanning the first open mouth and mounted on top of the outer separator; the top of the inner separator is connected to the bracket to suspend the inner separator in the first accommodating space.
4. The silt separation apparatus of claim 3, wherein the top of the inner separator is surrounded by a baffle plate, the top of which is higher than the top of the outer separator.
5. The silt separation apparatus of claim 1, wherein both the outer separator and the inner separator are cone-shaped.
6. The silt separation apparatus according to claim 1, wherein one of said outer separators and an inner separator provided in said outer separator are combined into one unit, said silt separation apparatus comprising at least two units; defining the two units as a first unit and a second unit respectively;
and a communication device is arranged between the outer separator of the first unit and the inner separator of the second unit, so that the supernatant overflowing from the outer separator of the first unit flows into the inner separator of the second unit through the communication device to be separated again.
7. The silt separation apparatus of claim 6, further comprising:
the first baffle is arranged at the top of the outer side separator of the first unit and the second unit in a surrounding manner, wherein the first baffle is respectively provided with a first notch at the position corresponding to the first unit and the second unit, so that the supernatant can overflow out of the outer side separator of the corresponding unit from the first notch;
the second baffle plate is arranged at the tops of the inner side separators of the first unit and the second unit in a surrounding mode, and at least a second notch is formed in the position, corresponding to the second unit, of the second baffle plate;
the two ends of the communicating device are respectively connected to the outer side separator of the first unit and the inner side separator of the second unit and respectively correspond to the first notch of the first unit and the second notch of the second unit.
8. The silt separation apparatus according to claim 7, wherein the communicating means includes a third baffle plate and a bottom plate, both ends of the bottom plate are respectively connected to the outer separator of the first unit and the inner separator of the second unit, and are respectively connected to the first notch and the second notch, and the third baffle plate is enclosed on both sides of the bottom plate to guide the supernatant overflowing from the first notch of the first unit to the second notch to enter the inner separator of the second unit.
9. The silt separation apparatus according to claim 1, wherein a clear water nozzle defoaming device is further provided in the outer separator and the inner separator for defoaming bubbles generated in the first accommodating space and the second accommodating space.
10. A slag handling system, comprising:
the sand dragging device is used for receiving the silt water flowing out of the slag platform and separating the silt water;
the sand and mud separating device as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 9, which is used for receiving the supernatant separated by the sand dredging device and carrying out precipitation separation; and
and the sewage treatment device is used for carrying out precipitation separation on the supernatant separated by the received silt separation device so as to separate mud and clear water.
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