KLARO GmbH Load

Even with a low water consumption, Kami achieves highest performance! Long time this combination was regarded as extremely difficult to implement SBR sewage and under load operation. Nevertheless had made it the KLARO GmbH, Bayreuth to the task, to make their own SBR wastewater treatment system on the test bench and test with regard to underload. With success, as should show up in the test report. What do you mean operating under load? In Germany, there is the legal requirement that a small sewage treatment plant at least on a population equivalent (P.E.) of four must be designed. However, it looks in reality mostly out, that this plant a very irregular (time of day – and Wochentagsabhangig) used on the other hand less than the annualized four people, derive their wastewater into the wastewater treatment system. If this is the case, one speaks of a so-called under load. The result of this under load is that the expiration values are very unkonstant, thus the required values can be kept stable for many manufacturers. The Stability of a small sewage treatment plant effluent values is very important and a prerequisite for any manufacturer, not to mention that the sewage would otherwise be drained with a reduced quality in the natural and thus the environment at risk.

After a 38-wochigen testing of cleaning performance, not only from advertisers, but also the customers and love of the environment, the Kami GmbH has (according to EN 12566-3 Appendix B) a 10-week test under load operation at the PIA in Aachen can be distinguished. The course of under load testing, which took into account various test phases, owned the small wastewater treatment plant designed for 8 EW Kami only with 4 EW. The small wastewater treatment plant with loads of 50%, 25% and 0 examined % starting from a nominal load of 0.6 m3/d. Find intention was to prove that the wastewater plant KLARO is less than the requested values of cleaning even at extreme under load. The analyzed results show that in relation to the cleaning services identified in the 38-weeks exam, the cleaning level compared to the nominal operating with 1, 2 m 3/d remained stable. No maintenance and no intervention took place during the investigation period. A unique desludging of the ago silteater was carried out at the beginning of the investigation to exclude that cargoes of the primary sedimentation tank a positive influence on the biological processes in the SBR reactor. The wastewater plant KLARO is thus tested under load! The overall result and the certificate of the test can be seen at any time on.