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Little history of manufacturing company

Simon Moos is a Danish company established in 1978, leader in developing and manufacturing equipment for the dewatering and filtration of sludge from any kind of industries. 

the concept come from 1950 and has been improved to treat in the cheapest way WWTP everywhere in the world.

The know-how gained from nearly 30 years of experience in handling and treating sludge from septic tanks, wastewater treatment plants, grease traps POME from palm oil, car washes paper industry from Sweden and chemical industries from Germany give the chance to supply our machine to all continents from small and large companies.


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The AVC is designed based on a container and its easily transportable and scalable solution for any overloaded WTTP

The system works by adding a flocculent to the sludge during the process stage causing separation of the solid and liquid fractions. The collected solids form a cake and the cleansed water is returned to the source. In recent years the KSA-& AVC system has been redeveloped to handle sludge from oil refinery processes, car and commercial vehicle washes, garage forecourt interceptors, gullies, and mixed industrial Zone waste.

We provide multi-purpose dewatering equipment for a variety of applications including dewatering industrial waste mixed zone, biogas digested sludge, livestock waste, paper industries, tuneling fondation drying process, quarries sludge recycling, grease trap treatment, lagoon sludge, and paint booth….

The container is of course scalable and we have the chance to have one available in Vietnam since  11th sept. 2020

Our unit in Vietnam

The AVC (filtration tank) -EOD (electrical pump and chemical dosing unit) of 30m3/h are in Vietnam since Sept 2020.

Made in Denmark and setting up a large production in Vietnam to supply as much as possible the need to treat industrial waste at low cost.

This systems with special filtration media allowed to remove more water and treat much more waste inlet than centrifugal or filter press

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The AVC dewatering tank

The AVC has been exported last 50 years until 45 countries and more than 3100 customers daily used it. 

From Carlson Wagon lit to Evonik to SOS vidange,  Suez Veolia, Cemex or the Big Oil and gas company in Norway or Martinique, The city of Mumbai and Senevie From Togo use to clean domestic and industrial waste. Artelia  See list sur brochure simon moos

The high-efficiency polymer dosing and mixing allow us to use 500gr to 800gr of polymer per tank, which treats about 250 300m3 of liquid waste at 95% humidity.

Made in Denmark and setting up a large production in Vietnam to supply as much as possible the need to treat industrial waste at low cost.

The special media is easy to clean after emptying the container.

The AVC and dewatering mobile systems work like belt press in batch with more capacity of dewatering since the hole of the filter is bigger than the belt press

The main point is the right chemical for the right nature of waste.

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The systems like other needs the adaptation for the dosing of polymer

The time inside the tank will give you more dryness as a filter press or belt press his speed will change the result.

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ADC in East Anglia
drainage services specialist

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Music festival
Reducing wet waste

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FKS in Danmark
sceptic tank cleaner

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Billie Bowie
70 vehicles operator

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Najar Construcione in Chile
Help plants treating their sludge

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Why the Simon Moos's AVC?

Economical benefits

Economically the KSA-AVC system has a low operating cost due to it being able to stay out in the working area longer without having to be discharged, reducing the time traveling to and from disposal sites. The system is fully automated and can be operated manually or by a radio remote control which allows for a one-man operation of the unit and together with its large volume reduction makes for huge savings on fuel, running and disposal costs.

less time needlessly transporting water. the operator is able to re-use the water for functions such as jetting drains and washing down, re-priming forecourt interceptors, car washes, and septic tanks. This eliminates the need to use mains water.

The Simon Moos AVC-System – a mobile roll-on-off dewatering container mainly used to dewater larger volumes of sludge especially from wastewater treatment works, oil refinery processes and effluent lagoons which include mine water, slaughter house, tannery and sludge produced from the food industry to mention a few.

The AVC-system is used in conjunction with EOD dosing unit which flocculates the sludge and delivers it to the dewatering container, either via a sludge pump or in the case of sludge containing crude debris such as stones, etc via a cyclone system, 

the Simon Moos OAVC System – a mobile oil skimmer for treating oil-contaminated water and emulsions which can be combined with our Ultra-Filtration unit for extra water purification.

The use of AVC Sludge Dewatering System for the Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME)
Why the Simon Moos's AVC?

Scope of work

Simon Moos provides solutions for:

  • Raw , anoxic aerotank or digested sludge from a WWTP
  • Watercourses
  • Vacuum tanker
  • Surge pond
  • Oil refinery
  • Public WC
  • Palm oil mill
  • cooling towers
  • Breweries
  • Food processing
  • Paper pulp
  • Fly ash
  • Paint spraying booths

And the dewatered cake can be recycled for different purposes you can sell it or reuse it!

There are several routes for recycling and disposing of the dewatered cake from the AVC system. Depending on the specific nature of the dewatered cake it can either be lime stabilised and used as fertiliser on agricultural land, composted, or used in biogas plants.

And you can get very clean water like this: Parameter Reduction AVC :

– Suspended solids (SS) 95 %
– COD-BOD 95 %
– Total-phosphate (P) 60 %
– Total-Nitrogen (Tot-N) 67 %
– The fact that the sludge volume has been reduced by a factor of 10
– The KSA eats grease traps!
– The KSA is a great tool in removing algae, silkweed, and duckweed from choked canals, ponds, and other waterways
– WWTP Over the years the KSA has played an important part in relieving the pressures on small wastewater treatment plants and satellite works where traditionally the effluent was removed by tankers. The KSA also works very well on larger treatment plants when used in conjunction with the Simon Moos AVC system.
– Gully emptying The traditional way of emptying gullies is with a gully sucker. Once full the gully sucker decants its dirty water down the last gully to be cleaned allowing the contaminated water to eventually find its way into a watercourse and depositing solids in the drainage system which will need additional cleaning at a later date.

These models are second-hand and are available to try a test on-site contact us for more information.

Why the Simon Moos's AVC?

Competitive benefits

Projects that require treatment of liquids-solid at large volumes for more specific applications with a small footprint and maximum flexibility.

Efficient treatment and emptying tanks of waste streams during maintenance or increasing capacity. 

– The temporary storage of product streams during maintenance and turnarounds
– The intermediate buffer of over-capacity at waste processing plants
– Storage of processing water during drilling and fracking operations
– Storage of water during pipeline testing


– Lined interior for a broader range of liquids
– Quick and efficient delivery and pic
– Easy cleaning
– Vapor-tight containment for odorous liquids

Capacity: 40 feet container: 70,000 liters or 70,000 kg

Dimensions (service): 3,810 mm x 2,505 mm x 12,728 mm (H x W x L)

Weight: 8t empty (approx)


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