We have an advanced range of Wastewater Vortex Products. A huge struggle is faced by several sewage treatment plants for working when they are under-loaded. A comprehensive thumb rule is that if a plant is working under 50% of its design capacity then there is not enough toilet solid feed to either grow or maintain a working bacterial population. This problem has been solved by the vortex by having a simple hand-tuned valve which can turn the amount of air which is required to either up or down depending on the number of people using it. It offers a very simple solution to a complex problem. The vortex also have advanced activated sludge features that are unmatched and cannot be found on any other sewage treatment in the market.
The electrical component is a very small, external linear motor compressor that operates all the stages of the process. There remains no pumps, motors, or any other moving parts within the plant. For preventing accidental non-degradable products from entering the digestion chamber, the incoming sewage is screened. The screen allows organic sewage solids to enter the tank without problems. The screened sewage is aerated and a microbial soup develops which digests the pollutants and organic matter in sewage. All of these beneficial microbes are constantly topped with the microbes which settle out at the bottom of the final settlement tank and ensure a constant supply of bacteria for the digestion process. The need to add extra bacteria at all is not present as is the case with some plants too. The treated sewage then enters the final settlement chamber where activated sludge bacteria settle out at the bottom. These beneficial microbes are constantly returned to the digestion chamber via the screen for boosting the treatment system performance. At the top of the affluent, the bacterial scum or crust forms in the clarification chamber is sent back via an FSR pipe to the screen.
By using the vortex technology our partners offer solutions to a varied range of stormwater management problems. These comprise accurately controlling stormwater flow, reducing the risk of blockages, and minimizing the upstream storage requirements compared to traditional orifice plates. Based on the hydrodynamic principles of swirling vortex flex controls the vortex flow technology. A vortex is induced in the flow by the device, under the sufficiently high upstream water levels. The vortex motion results in moderately lower energy loss which creates a pressure drop across the device and restricts the discharge leaving the outlet. The geometric properties of the device control the amount of flow restriction and can be tailored for suiting the design conditions for a specific site. Dutco Tennant LLC supplies a wide range of Wastewater Vortex Products.