Effluent Treatment Plant System
We offer an Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP plant), which is useful for removing unwanted & harmful chemicals from the wastewater. We are instrumental in offering our clients effluent treatment plant equipment that is appreciated for having sturdy construction and resistance to corrosion. These ETP plants are manufactured in compliance with stated industrial quality standards and are thoroughly inspected by our quality analysts before being delivered to the clients. These ETP plants are used in diverse industries and are widely acclaimed among our clients.
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As wastewater enters a plant for treatment it flows through a bar screen. This removes large floating objects such as rags and sticks which could clog pipes or damage equipment. Once the wastewater has been screened it passes into a grit chamber, where cinders, sand, and small stones settle to the bottom. Once the screening process is complete and grit has been removed, the wastewater still contains organic and inorganic matter along with other suspended solids. This collection of solids can be removed in a sedimentation tank. Biosolids are usually removed from tanks by pumping If you have the right pH, temperature, and flow conditions, activated sludge works well as a treatment process. This process is flexible with varying flow rates and can generally handle shock loads. Activated sludge has been used worldwide for decades and carries a much lower risk of failure than newer technologies. In addition, activated sludge treatment of municipal wastewater is more advanced than any other biological treatment process in the world.
Some of the most common secondary treatment processes are biological processes such as trickling filters, activated sludge, and rotating biological contactors. Secondary treatment also removes more of the suspended solids, usually by biological processes in which microbes consume the organic impurities as food and then convert them into carbon dioxide, water, and energy. Secondary treatment of sewage works by using aerobic bacteria that feed on dissolved and suspended organic matter in the liquid. The sewage enters the aeration tank where the bacteria begin to multiply and feed on the garbage and waste within. After the sewage leaves the settling tank in the primary stage, it is pumped into an aeration tank. During this time, the bacteria break down the organic matter into harmless byproducts. The sludge is now activated with additional billions of bacteria and other tiny organisms and can be used again by returning it to the aeration tank for mixing with air and new sewage.
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