The AQUATO®PUMP sewage plant owns state-of-the-art pumping technology and can be adjusted in height and therefore be connected to all container versions. Due to its assembly modules chain/partition wall attachment it can be used flexible and versatile, the purification is done by immersion engine aeration.
Phases of the SBR−procedure
These four phases of the SBR process run in state of the art single or multi-chamber tanks – or easily, without much structural changes, in existing older tanks.
1. Charging Phase
Part of the wastewater, which has been collected inside the primary treatment and which has been cleared from solids, is transferred
to the aeration tank.
2. Aeration Phase
The waste water inside the treatment chamber is intermittently aerated and mixed. Thus, activated sludge is created which contains
the microorganisms needed for wastewater treatment. Aeration and resting times can be adjusted to the actual needs of the biology.
The excess sludge is transferred to the primary treatment, from where it will be disposed primary with the sewage sludge. If no
wastewater is added during aeration phase, the plant will automatically switch to the energy saving mode
3. Sedimentation Phase
The activated sludge settles on the ground of the aeration tank. The cleared water rises to the upper part of the
4. Discharge Phase
The clearwater is pumped out of the tank through the outlet.