Water Sanitation

NaOCl, HOCl

SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT DEMO SYSTEM

clock January 4, 2021 11:20 by author admin
1 Litre Batch type Electrolytic Coagulation & Electrolytic Oxidation system for treating Sewage. This demonstration decides on designing of actual capacity of Sewage Treatment Plant. [More]


ELECTRODES FOR ELECTROLYTIC EFFLUENT TREATMENT AND SEWAGE TREATMENT

clock December 25, 2020 17:58 by author admin
ELECTRODES for Electrolytic Effluent Treatment Plant used in the Electro Coagulation is sacrificial which can be different material like Aluminium/Ferrous, etc. But the Electro Oxidation is Non Sacrificial which is always Exotic Metal with proprietary MMO Coating. [More]


ELECTROLYTIC EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT (e-ETP)/ELECTROLYTIC SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT(e-STP)

clock November 29, 2020 17:15 by author admin
Primary Treatment After the removal of gross solids, gritty materials and excessive quantities of oil and grease, the next step is to remove the remaining suspended solids as much as possible. This step is aimed at reducing the strength of the waste water and also to facilitate secondary treatment. Screening: Coarse suspended matters such as rags, pieces of fabric, fibres, yarns and lint are removed. Bar screens and mechanically cleaned fine screens remove most of the fibres. The suspended fibres have to be removed prior to secondary biological treatment; otherwise they may affect the secondary treatment system. They are reported to clog trickling filters, seals or carbon beads. Sedimentation: The suspended matter in textile effluent can be removed efficiently and economically by sedimentation. This process is particularly useful for treatment of wastes containing high percentage of settable solids or when the waste is subjected to combined treatment with sewage. The sedimentation tanks are designed to enable smaller and lighter particles to settle under gravity. The most common equipment used includes horizontal flow sedimentation tanks and centre-feed circular clarifiers. The settled sludge is removed from the sedimentation tanks by mechanical scrapping into hoppers and pumping it out subsequently. Equalization: Effluent streams are collected into sump pit. Sometimes mixed effluents are stirred by rotating agitators or by blowing compressed air from below. The pit has a conical bottom for enhancing the settling of solid particles. [More]


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