Activated Sludge Equipment

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Integrated Membrane Activated Sludge (IMAS)

by Ashbrook Simon-Hartley     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

IMAS achieves the fundamental dual goals of minimizing both membrane area and energy consumption while producing membrane quality effluent.  This is accomplished by dramatically lowering the membrane fouling rate by managing the composition and concentration of particles which contact the membrane surface.

EvU - Biofilm & Activated Sludge Process

by EvU - Innovative Umwelttechnik GmbH     based in Gröditz, GERMANY

The biofilm process is one of the oldest technical procedures of biological wastewater clarification. It is proven that biofilms are capable of remarkable performances in wastewater cleaning. There are obvious advantages: the installation of compact plants that are highly efficient, can be done environmentally sound and in general, without using ...

Model ASP-CON - Activated Sludge Plant Controller

by Combined Environmental Technologies Ltd (Ireland)     based in Skerries, IRELAND

ASP-CON: is a self cleaning, self-calibrating instrument that interfaces into your plant's control system. It provides continuous data on dissolved oxygen levels, bacterial activity based on respiration rates, suspended solids, sludge settlement, pH and  Ammonia concentrations, inhibitory conditions and the minimum DO concentration that your ...

Activated Sludge Microbiology Poster

by Marshall Environmental Training and Consulting Group, Inc., (METC Group)     based in Corvallis, OREGON (USA)

This 39 in. by 27 in. poster contains 74 photomicrographs of flocs, filaments and protozoa/metazoa plus a Causes of Filaments Table, Ranking Filament Abundance Table and Protozoa Chart. This poster is a serious working tool for operators to help assess floc characteristics; identify filament types, their abundance and cause, identify protozoa and ...

bio FAS - Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge (IFAS)

by BioprocessH2O     based in Portsmouth, RHODE ISLAND (USA)

Process Capabilities: Efficient Reduction of BOD. Nitrification of Ammonia. Denitrification.

Activated Sludge Model 1 for SBRs

by Water Works Engineers     based in Oakland, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The ASM1-SBR spreadsheet was developed by Water Works Engineers as a means of modeling the performance and oxygen requirements over a single cycle of an SBR. The spreadsheet is based on the IWA Activated Sludge Model 1 and models the dynamic performance of reactor using 15 time steps. For each time step, the user specifies a volume of wastewater ...

NAS - New Activated Sludge System

by Colsen International b.v.     based in HULST, NETHERLANDS

Application: NAS (New Activated Sludge) represents a unique active sludge system in which anammox bacteria constitute a part of the biomass. These micro-organisms ensure a very effective removal of the nitrogen during aerobic purification. An aerobic purification step is often necessary to enable the removal of the remaining COD fraction and ...

Strathtox - Respirometry of Activated Sludge for Wastewater Treatment Plant

by Sensara, SL     based in Logroño, SPAIN

The latest precision respirometer for rapidly measuring actual Activated Sludge bacterial performance. Advanced 6-cell precision OUR measurement system. Easy and rapid test procedures. User friendly software providing a real time display of bacterial respiration. Automatic Report generation and calculation of EC10,20,50 values for carbonaceous and ...

FAST - Fixed Activated Sludge Treatment System

by Smith & Loveless Inc.     based in Lenexa, KANSAS (USA)

The patented FAST Process stands for 'Fixed Activated Sludge Treatment', a fixed-film, aerobic treatment system designed for tackling variable load and flow conditions. Proven in thousands of installations worldwide, FAST consists of tankage packed with completely submerged media. The FAST media creates a high surface area-to-volume ratio, which ...

Activated Sludge

by Environmental Treatment Systems, Inc.     based in Acworth, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

The activated sludge process is a biological wastewater treatment process that uses microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi, and protozoa, to speed up decomposition of organic matter. Activated sludge is an aerobic process requiring oxygen for treatment. As the microorganisms grow and reproduce, waste materials are removed.

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