Over-sized receiving hopper and tray to receive hydrovac truck washout and waste water. Steel grating to remove over-sized foreign material.
Hydro-excavation slurry and sludge is metered through the BIBKO patent wet process of separating solids and fines from slurry water.
Separated hydro-excavation slurry water is weir'd into a surge hopper and then into the agitated slurry tank via 350 GPM pump. Slurry tanks are expandable for future business growth.
Hydro-excavation slurry water fines remain in suspension 24/7 via the agitator and PLC controls. Slurry water is metered to the filter press to remove the remaining solids.
Heavy solids are removed from the hydro-excavation slurry water and then washed and de-watered before being discharged in to stock piles. Optional shaker deck screens can be added for additional material segregation.
A BIBKO Filter Press removes the remaining suspended solids from the slurry water. The filter press is capable of processing 2,500 gallons per hour of slurry with a specific gravity of 1.12. Clarified water can be recycled back into the Hydrovac truck for re-use.