Sand Lane Recovery System
The Sand Lane Recovery (SLR) system has been designed to allow the rapid re-use of sand from sand lanes.
The fine sand preferred by UK farmers is slow to dewater and as a result has a high residual slurry content and bacterial load.
The Sand Lane Recovery system eliminates this process by using a vibrating screen to remove most of the residual slurry liquor and optionally rinsing the sand with clean water/disinfectant.
How does the Sand Lane Recovery System works?
- The wet sand is loaded directly from the sand lane into a hopper fitted with a screw feeder
- The wet sand is fed onto a vibrating screen which removes the trapped slurry liquor
- Clean Water/disinfectant is then sprayed onto the sand to remove the residual slurry liquor and optionally kill residual bacteria
- The dewatered sand is then stacked for re-use
Why Choose Sand Separation Systems?
Designed for UK Farmers
Specifically to recover the fine sand
Manufactured in the UK
Designed, built and supported by a UK Company
Sand is the second most scarce resource worldwide after water