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Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Biocell BioClean Sewage Treatment Plant

Biocell BioClean Sewage Treatment Plant


Biocell BioClean Sewage Treatment Plant - 6 Population

The Biocell is the latest sewage treatment plant to come on to the UK market & boasts being the most competitively priced domestic treatment plant thus far with prices starting from £1,399.00
With Low Running CostsLow Maintenance & Easy Installation makes the Biocell a number one choice for home owners and contractors alike.
The tank is divided into three chambers:
1. Non-aerated chamber [activated sludge]
2. Aerated chamber [activated sludge]
3. Separation chamber (secondary clarifier)
Raw wastewater enters the treatment plant, first passing through a filter (A), which suspends large particles and then enters into a non-aerated chamber of activated sludge (1). Under the inlet filter device (A) (below the water level) an air lift outflow is installed (B), discharging large air bubbles.
Hydrodynamic force of the water and recirculated sludge returned from the separation chamber (3) breaks up suspended solids into smaller particles. Further mechanically treated wastewater mixes with the activated sludge in the non-aerated chamber of activated sludge (1) of the bioreactor. A mixture of sludge and wastewater from the non-aerated chamber of activated sludge (1) flows into the aerated chamber of activated sludge (2). In the bottom of the aeration chamber (2) fine bubble tube diffusers (aerators) (C) are installed. Mixed liquid from the aeration chamber flows into the separation chamber/clarifier (3), where activated sludge separates (settles) from treated water. Separated (settled) activated sludge is returned by air lift (B) to the non-aerated chamber of activated sludge (1) (under filter (A). The air blower designed for the waste water treatment plant provides the aerated chamber of activated sludge (2) with the necessary amount of air and ensures operation of the air lift (B) of recirculated sludge. Excess sludge together with large primary solids are stored in the bottom of the non-aerated chamber of activated sludge (1) and is removed typically once a year, depending on the concentration and volume of sludge accumulated in the wastewater treatment plant. The air blower delivers compressed air into the aerated chamber of activated sludge (2) for aeration and for the air lifts (B). The air blower (H) blows air into a distribution manifold (E), which distributes air to air lifts (B) and to diffuser (C) (see Fig. No. 4).
The air blower may be installed in two ways:
1.     Air blower is installed adjacent to the tank in a supplied housing. This housing should not be more than 5m away from the wastewater treatment plant.
2.     Subject to a customer‘s request, the air blower may be installed inside the tanks, in a special housing.
Delivery is between 2 - 3 working days

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