IntelliPro®/Filter IntelliPro®

Process Monitoring and Control System

The IntelliPro monitoring and controls system combines the process monitoring power of a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system with unparalleled reliability through integrated comparative analysis and operator guidance via Aqua's unique BioAlert™ optimization program. Enhance Your Process with IntelliPro®.


IntelliPro® receives the 2011 WEF Innovative Technology Award. Read More



Automatic calculation of key process operating variables including:


  • Influent Flow
  • Mass Loading
  • Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids (MLSS)
  • Food/Mass Ratios (F/M)
  • Solids Retention Time (SRT)
  • Oxygen Uptake Rates (OUR)
  • Sludge Volume Index (SVI)
  • Sludge Production

Active (Automatic) or Passive (Monitor) system adjustment control including:


  • Effluent Total Suspended Solids
  • Reaction Time Adjustment
  • Dissolved Oxygen Concentration (D.O)
  • Solids Retention Time (SRT)
  • Enhanced Energy Efficiency



Process monitoring power of a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)


Integrated comparative analysis.


Automatic adjustment of biological nutrient removal and chemical addition.


Operator guidance via BioAlert™ process optimization program.


Enhanced process trending and status response.


BioAlert™ process notification program.


On-line operation and maintenance support and instructions.


Optimization of Aqua-Aerobic Systems Biological and Membrane Processes:


  • AquaSBR® Sequencing Batch Reactor
  • AquaPASS® Phased Activated Sludge System
  • Aqua MSBR® Modified Sequencing Batch Reactor
  • Aqua-Aerobic® MBR Membrane Bioreactor
  • AquaMB Process® Multiple Barrier Membrane System



IntelliPro® Filtration Optimization System

The IntelliPro® Filtration Optimization System is a PC based control system for Aqua-Aerobic® cloth media filters that uses real-time data to optimize chemical addition to meet phosphorus removal objectives. The system features automatic, optimal-dose selection for metal salts, polymer, and pH adjusting chemicals. The IntelliPro system is an efficient and economical solution to assist treatment plants in achieving low level phosphorus objectives while minimizing the expense associated with costly chemicals.




    Instrumentation with mounting and communication module.


    PC with IntelliPro software developed by Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.


    Network settings to allow communication between the instruments, the PLC and the PC.


    Process, instrumentation and software onsite training.


    Free online support, including troubleshooting and software updates.


    Advanced process control for low total phosphorus applications.


    Chemical savings through load based control.


    Automatic chemical dose response curves which replaces jar testing.


    Automated multi-point analysis.


    Automatic composite sampling.


    Reduced risk in meeting low-level phosphorus limits.
    By providing real-time feedback on the actual concentration of phosphorus leaving the filter, and the potential remedy for deviations from effluent requirements for system, greatly reduces the risk of permit violations based on deviations from given requirements.


    Cost savings associated with much reduced and more efficient chemical addition.
    The real-time feedback offered by online phosphate meters means that safety factors, while still important, can be minimized and can be made more efficient, greatly reducing chemical addition to a plant.  It is estimated that by controlling the chemical dosing based on influent loading and effluent concentration, a plant where chemical is dosed on a fixed basis can save up to 50% in chemical, and a plant that uses flow proportional dosing can save 20-30% in chemical.


IntelliPro Systems Helps Key Largo, FL WWTP Save $10,000 a Month!

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Key Largo Incorporates IntelliPro® System with New AquaSBR® System for Enhanced Process Control

Originally installed in 2005, Key Largo Wastewater Treatment District (WWTD) in Key Largo, Florida utilized a small alternative sequencing batch reactor (SBR) for treating the plant’s wastewater. After five years the plant was in need of an upgrade in order to address increasing flow rates from the population of 15,000 it now serves, and future stringent effluent limits. Read More