|Type Of Maintenance||Corrective Maintenance|
|Type Of Treatment||ETP|
|Usage/Application||Waste water Treatment|
|Service Duration||10-30 Days|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Type Of Maintenance||Preventive Maintenance|
|Type Of Treatment||(MBBR,MBR,SBR|
|Industry Product Type||STP/ETP|
|Plant Type||STP & ETP|
|Capacity||1KLD - 1MLD|
The main aim of sewage treatment plant is to treat the raw sewage to acceptable levels so can be dumper or discharged at sea. To perform task the raw sewage had to undergo several process; that break, disintegrate, treat and disinfect the waste water. These process start with the introduction of raw sewage into the primary chamber through a coarse filter.
This is the place where the heavy grit settles down on its own weight leaving the mixture of fine solid waste and water. This mixture is then introduced to the aeration chamber; where either fresh set of aerobic bacteria is added or reproduced from a part of sludge and waste left from last treatment.
These microorganisms use the available oxygen and organic waste to reproduce and grow. In the process they convert organic matter into carbon dioxide, ammonia and other byproducts including other inorganic and organic residue. While there are various factors that can play hand in the time required in the process; but the most important are, air supply ( Oxygen ), temperature, P.H, surface area and sewage quality.
The treated waste is then passed through sedimentation tank; where the slurry and heavy solids get separated of waste water. It is then sent to the chlorination chamber through; an activated carbon channel.
These substances with their large surface area and targeted bonding hands; adsorb molecules and compounds leading to distinct colour and smell of waste water. The non stinky clean waste water is then added with chlorine solution to kill off any residual bacteria; before the final discharge to the Ground.
|Maintenance Part||Water Distribution System|
|Size/Area||<2000 Square Feet|