Clarifier Batch Wastewater Treatment Systems
If your daily wastewater output is not very high, a batch wastewater treatment system may be best to save money for your business. Unlike a continuous system, a batch treatment system gathers, treats, and discharges a certain amount of wastewater at one time.
Batch vs. Continuous Treatment Systems
Wastewater treatment systems can usually be classified as either a continuous system, or a batch system. In a batch system, wastewater is gathered, treated at a single point in time, then discharged. In a continuous system, wastewater is constantly being added, treated, and discharged.
How Does a Batch Treatment System Work?
Wastewater gathered is first held in a holding tank or pit. When an operator is ready to treat the water, he or she can turn the system on and pump wastewater into the treatment tank. Once reaching capacity, the treatment tank will shut off and contain low level probes.
The operator of the batch treatment system also can wait to discharge the treated water until he or she is satisfied with the results. With a continuous-treatment system, the operator can only take a sample and hope the rest of the wastewater is of similar quality.
Why Choose Advanced Chemical Systems?
At ACS, our batch treatment systems can be customized to your specific application. Some of the things you may be able to customize include but are not limited to the following.
- Treatment and Holding Tanks
- Control Panels
- pH Probes & Controls
- Level Probes & Controls
- Filter Press