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015 share The conventional Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) activated sludge process operates on the fill and draw principle. The unit processes of fill, react, settle, decant and idle occur sequentially on a cyclic basis. In the conventional SBR configuration, flow is diverted from the basin during settling and decanting. This requires conventional SBRs to have two or more basins or an influent equalization tank to receive flow when basins are settling and decanting. Sanitaire can provide a conventional SBR but recommends the superior flexibility of the ICEAS® (Intermittent Cycle Extended Aeration) design, which does not require any flow diversion. The Sanitaire ICEAS process, a variant of the conventional (SBR) process, provides continuous inflow in a single basin, even during settle and decant phases of the operating cycle. Sequencing Batch Reactors (SBR) • Optimized process design with proven performance lower than 10 mg/l average BOD/TSS • Continuous flow ICEAS® operation offers smaller basin volume, single basin operation, and uniform basin loading • Superior ownership value backed by hundreds of installations • Enhanced BNR solutions meeting the most stringent effluent TN and/or TP requirements • Flexible control options and designs for a wide range of flow applications - 20,000 GPD to over 135 MGD (75 m3/d - 520,000 m3/d) Click to view the Sanitaire ICEAS gallery Sanitaire ICEAS SBR Case Study Municipal Wastewater Treatment Case Study Industrial Wastewater Treatment


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