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|Water Source Type||Sewerage|
|Treatment Technique||Mixed Bed Bio Reactor|
|Water Source||Domestic Waste Water|
|Air Blower Power||3 kW|
|Inlet Water Quality||400 ppm BOD|
|Capacity||150 - 500 m3/day|
|Impurities To Be Removed||Oil and Grease|
|Treatment Stages||Secondary Treatment|
|Secondary Treatment Type||Moving Bed Bioreactor (MBBR)|
|Air Blower Count||2|
|Treated Water Quality||BOD: 30ppm and 15ppm|
|Overall Dimensions||8' x 40'|
|Control Module||Control Module Available|
|Equalization Chamber Volume||Optional|
|Sludge Holding Chamber Volume||Optional|
|Aeration Chamber Volume||Available|
|Clarifier Chamber Volume||Available|
|Disinfection Chamber Volume||Optional|
|Land Occupation||8ft x 40ft|
|End Use Of Treated Water||Irrigation|
|I Deal In||New Only|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Containerized Sewage treatment plants are ideal for the medium size treatment plant less th 1 MLD and bigger than 150KLD. It employs SSI Aeration USA - EEvolved MBBR technology for the sewage treatment. Ideal for medum size aparments given less flow and treatment palnt is completely underground.
The EEVolved MBBR from SSI Aeration provides unparalleled results. This proprietary technology involves an innovative biofilm technology for biological treatment. SSI engineers designed the EEVolved MBBR with an advanced understanding of hydrodynamics, aeration integration, and biofilm. As a result, clients receive a treatment process focused on efficiency and safety. EEVolved MBBR systems have the most effective and secure treatment processes available.
SSI Aeration’s MBBR offers advantages only found in our MBBR process design services. MBBR engineers at SSI focus on minimising the following:
Energy and operating cost: An MBBR system consumes less energy than other wastewater systems, reducing overall operating costs.
Reactor volume and HRT: MBBR systems also lower HRT. Thanks to these lower HRT rates, the MBBR can operate in a smaller reactor, saving space.
Control complexity: Many of the processes involved in MBBR systems rely on microorganisms. As a result, the operator has fewer controls to manage, experiencing a simpler operation.
Operator intervention: Since an MBBR system requires less complex controls, the operator does not need to intervene as much as they would with another system.
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