. Capability to keeping discharge waste is 2 kld (2kilo liters per day)
· SBR (Sequencing Batch Reactor) processes to magnify authenticity and require a smaller area.
· Semi-Automatic so minimal manpower required.
· SBR Semiautomatic STP is an industrial STP Plan.
We introduced ourselves to one of the emerging manufacturers in the water and wastewater treatments systems. We are ISO certified and provide you products according to your needs and usage.
S.B.R (Sequencing Batch Reactor) is a type of reactor that treats sewage waste. It activates the sludge process for the treatment of wastewater. Physical, Chemical plus biological processes are included to remove contaminants from water and produce an environmentally friendly product. The method practices in one or more S.B.R. reactor is based on the plant size we have chosen.
Our product is very helpful in treating the sewage waste which is very helpful in preventing soil from soil erosion. This plant is very effective and economical.
Why Pearl Water Technologies -
All products have ISO certified no worry about the quality.
We use international standard accessories to make our products qualitative and productive.
All products are durable and low maintenance required.
All products are of a long-lasting quality or we can say that it was a one-time investment.
Commercial buildings for proper processing of waste sludge.
In Industries to manage the contaminated water which has disposed of industries.
In residential society to manage the individual or other liquid waste.
In schools, colleges, and hospitals we can also install this for the proper disposal system.
Best treatment fulfillment due to Nitrification, Denitrification, Phosphate exclusion, and Disinfection depending on the requirements
Wide use method and technological advance.
Low maintenance is required because of its high quality and long durability.
Ground quality is also improved. Because it reduces soil erosion.
It is semi-automatic manual work is reduced by it.
long-lasting quality and running cost is also low
1. What are the stages of water treatment?
2 screening and staining.
3 chemical addition
4 Coagulation and Flocculation
5 Sedimentation and Clarification
9 final distribution
2 . Where does all sewage go?
Ans. All the residue is gathered by wastewater collection systems (combined or separate sewer), from which it is transported to wastewater treatment plants (WWTP).