March 2008

Trends and Resources

HP Innovations

Low-sludge batch reactor system offers significant power savings Siemens Water Technologies' OMNIFLO interchange sequencing batch reactor (ISBR) system is claimed to provide the most energy-efficient ..

Low-sludge batch reactor system offers significant power savings Siemens Water Technologies' OMNIFLO interchange sequencing batch reactor (ISBR) system is claimed to provide the most energy-efficient and lowest sludge yield of any SBR unit. The newly branded system combines the company's state-of-the-art OMNIFLO SBR system with its Cannibal solids reduction system. The technology has an inherent biological nutrient removal (BNR) capability via its automated controls that maximizes the BNR reaction. It also produces a very high-quality effluent at varying flows and loadings. The unit's small footprint produces a very low-sludge yield of 0.05 lb to 0.25 lb of biological solids per lb of bi

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