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International Journal of Engineering Research in Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IJERMCE)

Monthly Journal for Mechanical and Civil Engineering

ISSN : 2456-1290 (Online)

Automatic Sewage Cleaning Machine

Author : Viresh.G.S 1 Puneeth.K 2 Mahendra.S 3 Karthik.N.S 4 Balaji.V 5

Date of Publication :16th May 2017

Abstract: In this project the proposal concept is to replace the manual work in drainage cleaning by automated system. Now a day’s even through automation plays a vital role in all industrial applications in the proper disposal of sewages from industries and commercials are still a challenging task. Drainage pipes are using for the disposal and unfortunately sometimes there may be loss of human life while cleaning the blockages in the drainage pipes. To overcome this problem and to save the human life we implement design.“Automatic sewage cleaning system”. We designed our project to use this in efficient way to control the disposal of wastages and with regular filtration of wastages, clearance of gaseous substance are treated separately and monitor the disposal of frequent manner.

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