In current Scenario, small wastewater treatment plants have become very much complicated. Many developments in the branch have only taken place because they were possible – not because they are necessary.
In general, A standard SBR (Sequential batch Rector) having a small capacity wastewater treatment plant have up to 4 solenoid valves or pumps, which can malfunction anytime. The control systems have ever more functions and ever more sensors, which can fail or stop Functioning. Many firms even offer to equip the small wastewater treatment plants with an internet connection in order, in this way, to monitor the function. The result is that operation, scheduled servicing and repair of the plants have become increasingly complicated in recent years.
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The water flows via the primary settling stage
(1) into the SBR tank
(2). The intermittent aeration takes place in the SBR tank, and that so long until the mechanical ball valve
(3) float activates the air flow pump
(4) due to the higher water level. First, through this activation, the sludge return flow takes place in several short pump strokes. Now follows the settling. With this, the sludge sinks in the SBR tank. The air lift pump is activated again and now transports the treated water out of the plant
(7). A valve
(6) integrated into the outlet differentiates between short pump strokes (= excess sludge draw-off) and longer pump operation (= clarified water draw-off). With minimum water level the air flow is again switched from the air lift pump to the pipe aerator
(5). The sequence starts again from new. The cycle is thus not controlled time-dependent but rather water level-dependent.