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Screens remove particles that could damage or block downstream equipment.
Merges small suspended solids into flocs that the flotation unit can remove from the water.
A dosing system is a system to automate and optimise coagulant dosing in wastewater treatment.
The polymer preparation unit is used to create/ dilute a consistent high quality flocculant solution.
The Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) units are designed to remove oil, grease, solids and/or flocs from the wastewater which do not have sufficient buoyancy to float.
Separates settable solids.
In the biological treatment, the pollution is decomposed by aerobic biological bacteria that live in floc-like colonies called activated sludge.
With an effluent polishing system, water from a water treatment plant, can be brought to a very high water quality, by removing specific remaining pollutants or substances from the water flow. The outcome can be process water quality or even potable water.
Sludge from a water treatment plant, still contains a serious amount of water. To reduce the volume/weight and to reduce the discharge costs, water can be extracted from this sludge. The processes used for this, are centrifugation or pressing on a filter-press / filter-belt-press.
A water treatment process is (automatically) controlled from an electrical panel with PLC controls and sometimes with HMI (touch screen), that responds to switches & sensors in the process. There is an option of connection this to a visualization or SCADA system.