|Capacity (KLD/MLD)||100 KLD|
|Feed Flow Rate(m3/day or m3/hr)||51-100 m3/day|
|Water Source Type||Industrial Wastewater|
|Application Industry||Pharmaceutical & Chemicals|
|Treatment Technology||Mixed Bed Bio Reactor(MBBR)|
|Material Of Construction||Mild Steel|
|Air Blower Count||2 Blowers|
|Air Blower Power||0.5 KW|
We provide various capacity wastewater treatment plants such 50 KLD , 100 KLD , 200 KLD and more.The Sewage Treatment Plant is effortless to install, easy to maintain, and ideally suitable to be installed in various industrial, commercial, and residential sectors like apartments, colleges, hotels, resorts, hospitals and a lot more.Sewage Treatment Plants are available in semi automatic, manual and automatic operating mode based options.Treatment processes include brine treatment, solids removal (e.g. chemical precipitation, filtration), oils and grease removal, removal of biodegradable organics, removal of other organics, removal of acids and alkalis, and removal of toxic materials.
Sewage treatment (or domestic wastewater treatment, municipal wastewater treatment) is a type of wastewater treatment which aims to remove contaminants from sewage to produce an effluent that is suitable for discharge to the surrounding environment or an intended reuse application, thereby preventing water pollution from raw sewage discharges.Sewage contains wastewater from households and businesses and possibly pre-treated industrial wastewater.
Sewage can be treated close to where the sewage is created, which may be called a "decentralized" system or even an "on-site" system (on-site sewage facility, septic tanks, etc.). Alternatively, sewage can be collected and transported by a network of pipes and pump stations to a municipal treatment plant. This is called a "centralized" system (see also sewerage and pipes and infrastructure).
A large number of sewage treatment technologies have been developed, mostly using biological treatment processes (see list of wastewater treatment technologies). Very broadly, they can be grouped into high tech (high cost) versus low tech (low cost) options, although some technologies might fall into either category. Other grouping classifications are "intensive" or "mechanized" systems (more compact, and frequently employing high tech options) versus "extensive" or "natural" or "nature-based" systems (usually using natural treatment processes and occupying larger areas) systems. This classification may be sometimes oversimplified, because a treatment plant may involve a combination of processes, and the interpretation of the concepts of high tech and low tech, intensive and extensive, mechanized and natural processes may vary from place to place.