Our enterprise is the most reliable and trustworthy which is exclusively engaged in offering a wide range of Waste Water Treatment Plant(WWTP).
These plants are manufactured in compliance with defined standards at our well established production unit. Offered plants are manufactured by keeping in mind for small & medium scale industries determinant to solve world biggest problem. In addition to this, these are delivered to the clients at reasonable rates. Features:
- Optimum finish
- Capacity Available in the range are avabile 10 KLd, 20 KLD, 50 KLD, 100 KLD, 200 KLD, 500 KLD, 2 MLD
- Application industries are also Available are Sugar Industry,Pharma Industry,Textile Industry,Manufacturing
Generally, ETP Plants undergoes four (4) treatment levels such as preliminary treatment level, primary treatment level, secondary treatment level and tertiary treatment level. All these treatment processes/levels have the potential to treat the effluent from food industry and bring down its parameters to the permissible ones.
1. Pretreatment or preliminary treatment level:Being a first treatment level, it removes coarse solids and other large materials that are found in effluent to avoid damage to subsequent treatment units. Preliminary treatment operations typically include coarse screening, grit removal and, in some cases, breaking of large objects into the smaller objects. Partially treated wastewater is now subjected to next treatment level called primary treatment level.
2. Primary treatment level:It’s objective is removal of large solids from the wastewater via physical settling or filtration. It involves separation of floating material and heavy solids from liquid waste. The primary clarifiers can effectively remove 50-60% of the suspended solids. Oil and grease, organic nitrogen, organic phosphorus, and heavy metals associated with solids are also removed during primary sedimentation.
3. Secondary treatment level:The major purpose of this treatment level is to remove suspended solids and residual organic matter which can be done using aerobic and anaerobic processes. The activated sludge process is the most common option in secondary treatment. It involves aeration tank where oxygen is supplied to the microorganisms which results in removal of biodegradable dissolved and colloidal organic matter.
4. Tertiary treatment level:The purpose of this treatment level is to further improve the effluent quality before it is discharged to the receiving environment. It removes the contaminants that were not removed in previous treatment levels. It involves disinfection process (using chlorine, UV light, ozone) which leaves no harmful residues that would need to be removed from the wastewater after treatment.