Aqua

AquaSBR®

Sequencing Batch Reactor

The AquaSBR® sequencing batch reactor provides true batch reactor technology with all phases of treatment accomplished in a single reactor. All components are easily accessible and the advanced decant system ensures optimum quality effluent withdrawal.

 

Optimize treatment of the AquaSBR system with the IntelliPro® Monitoring and Control System

• Monitoring, trending and data analysis
• Energy savings process control
• On-line troubleshooting assistance
• BioAlert™ process notification system

Features

    Aqua MixAir® system provides flexible control of aeration and mixing

     

    Independent aeration and mixing provides lower energy consumption

     

    Time-managed operation offers process flexibility with greater handling of hydraulic fluctuations

     

    Floating decanter provides subsurface withdrawal of decant volume

Advantages

    True-batch system allows React, Settle and Decant phases to occur within the same reactor

     

    No secondary clarifiers and return activated sludge (RAS) lines

     

    Lower construction, installation, operation and maintenance costs

     

    Low cost of ownership

Applications

    Municipal and industrial wastewaters

     

    Enhanced biological nutrient removal (EBNR)
    - Total nitrogen < 3 mg/l
    - Total phosphorus < 0.3 mg/l

     

    Water reuse and reclamation

     

    New plant construction

     

    Retrofit existing activated sludge systems

     

    Plant upgrades


Videos

Here are some videos highlighting the AquaSBR® System:
 

AquaSBR® Video


Key Largo Video


Big Coppitt Video

 

 

 
 
 
Featured Story

Aqua-Aerobic Technologies Meet Small Footprint and Stringent Nitrogen and Phosphorus Requirements

The Buxahatchee Wastewater Treatment Plant in Calera, Alabama was built in 1960. It upgraded in 1985 to a 0.75 MGD capacity extended aeration system with integrated clarifier and traveling aeration bridge for nitrification. By 2004, the system could no longer handle the flow capacity brought on by community growth, nor the increased stringent nutrient limits set by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM). To resolve the plant’s issues an
upgrade was in order.

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