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Page: 3 Aerated sand trap
wider and deeper than the long sand trap and therefore also unaffected by varying inflow. It is mainly used in larger plants. The horizontal waste water flow speed is therefore much less than 0.3 m/s. It should reach approx. 0.3 ...
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Page: 5 Sedimentation basins
Primary sedimentation basins are intended to remove from the waste water sedimentable material rebwp8:Sedimentable material which is contained in the waste water and can damage downstream plant components. Final sedimentation basins are intended to separate activated sludge from ...
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Page: Batch-operated activation plants
case the operating phases aeration, sedimentation of activated sludge and removal of purified waste water (pumping or draining) alternate in a sequencing batch reactor. \\ \\ !UBT453SBR.jpg border=1
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Page: Oxygen content
addition to supplying O{}2, aeration systems also have the task of mixing the waste water with the activated sludge (> good contact between microorganisms and waste water) and also contribute to preventing deposition. process decomposition oxygen \\ aerobic C, nitrification ...
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