P&CT - Model EEAS - Extended Aeration Activated Sludge
- Extended Aeration process proves reliable under sufficient supervision.
- The end result effluent is of a higher quality than many other processes.
- Extended aeration processes are often better at handling organic loading and flow fluctuations, as there is a greater detention time for the nutrients to be assimilated by microbes.
- Extended aeration systems have a relatively low sludge yield due to long sludge ages, can be designed to provide nitrification.
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PACT® Submerged Aerobic Fixed Film (SAFF) process uses support media to retain an active biomass to reduce the in-fluent BOD Levels. Tubular diffusers are used with the SAFF media giving a good air dispersal and low level of blockage due to growth of biological film. SAFF reactor is a type of aerobic attached growth treatment process. Small foot print area, stable process, lesser sludge production and modular installations are the key features of SAFF process. Essentially SAFF system is a hybrid reactor where attached growth and suspended growth activity takes place simultaneously.
- Can be designed to any size to deal with larger flow and loads. Modular design allows easy installation.
- The tank does not need to be drained for access to the diffusers or media.
- SAFF system takes higher shock loads without reducing the plant performance because of large quantity of Bio mass
- Available inside the reactor.
- SAFF supports low sludge generation, low Odour and low visual impact.
- Modular expandability & simple maintenance
- Commercial Complex
- Residential Colonies