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Dewatering Services
Eagle North America's
dewatering services are designed to separate solids from liquids, return clean water, while providing the highest volume reduction achievable. Some of the methods we use for dewatering are as follows:
  • High Pressure Belt Press Technology
  • Centrifuge Technology
  • Plate and Frame Filter Press Technology
  • Screw Press Technology
  • Grinders, Screens, Hydrocyclones, Tanks
  • Geotube Technology

Eagle North America provides the highest quality dewatering services in the industry. We are now the recognized leader in providing portable dewatering technology. We offer the largest, most technically advanced fleet of dewatering equipment in the markets we serve. Our portable dewatering units are skid mounted to allow for easy transport and configuration. This enables us to meet our customers' needs anywhere in North America.

The majority of our dewatering services are performed using belt press technology. Our Belt Press Dewatering Skids have been designed and manufactured to meet the challenges of the mobile, temporary dewatering business. All of our skids feature new equipment rather than reconditioned equipment. This commitment to quality ensures a much higher online efficiency, lower operating costs, drier cake, and cleaner filtrate. Also, our engineers customize each project to include a variety of other processes including screening, thickening, sand removal, washing, drying, and thermal treatment processes.

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Treatability Studies
As a part of our initial project planning, Eagle North America always performs a preliminary site investigation, as well as a bench scale treatability study. These provide us needed information so we can define the expected performance.

Physical Properties
  • Particle Size Distribution
  • Dry Bulk Density
  • Moisture Content
  • % Weight of Organic Matter (TOC)
  • Debris and Oversize Fractions
Chemical Properties
  • pH
  • Total Organic Carbon
  • Soil Mineralogy
  • Hazardous Contaminants (if required)
Regulatory Criteria
  • Federal, State, and Local Permits
  • Applicable site remediation statutes,
    i.e., CERCLA, RCRA, etc.

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