Acqualogic® Anaerobic Treatment System
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The Acqualogic Anaerobic Treatment System is used as a primary treatment process to biologically treat average to high strength wastewater. The upflow biodigester utilizes anaerobic organisms in an expanded granular bed system that achieves a high level of passive treatment without mechanical inputs.
It can handle very high organic loads and generates very little biosolids or sludge. Periodic removal of the biosolids is required and the frequency of the desludging depends on the type and strength of wastewater entering the system.
The Anaerobic Treatment System comes in different configurations including 6x6 foot and 6x12 foot aboveground units and 5,000-gallon to 30,000-gallon anaerobic baffled reactor underground units.
Key Features & Benefits
- Very High Loads
- Handles very high organic loads
- Typically 5-10 times higher than aerobic wastewater systems
- Very Little Biosolids
- Generates very little biosolids or sludge
- Sludge growth 4-5 times lower than an aerobic treatment system
- Versatile Modular Tank Design
- Suitable for almost any location including hard-to-access areas such as basements and roofs
- Assemble on-location without extensive site work or special equipment
- New material technology and collapsible design provide space and shipping efficiencies
- Can be sized to treat flow rates from 2,500 to 30,000 gallons per day
- Scalable design to accommodate growth requirements
- Affordable Operation
- Low overall operating costs
- Energy savings from low energy demand
- Lower maintenance costs from fewer moving parts, minimal operator supervision and limiting the generation of biosolids or sludge
Acqualogic Treatment TrainAnaerobic Digester
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All Unit Dimensions are outside dimensions.
Other sizes and configurations are available upon request.Anaerobic Baffled Reactor
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