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Sanitaire Solids Inventory Management System (SIMS) by Xylem

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SIMS

Controlling system biomass is a key component to meeting consistent, high quality effluent in the activated sludge process. Of the available strategies for activated sludge process control, maintaining a constant sludge age or solids retention time (SRT) is a very effective tool.

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Controlling system biomass is a key component to meeting consistent, high quality effluent in the activated sludge process. Of the available strategies for activated sludge process control, maintaining a constant sludge age or solids retention time (SRT) is a very effective tool.

System Features

  • Continuous, Real-Time MLSS Concentrations
  • Current Wasting Rate Calculations
  • SCADA Trending of MLSS and WAS Concentrations and Wasting Rates
  • Operation in Manual or Automatic Modes with Fail-Safes
  • Applicable for New and Existing ABJ Installations

 

System Benefits

  • Improved Control with Less Operator Attention
  • Accurate, Real-Time Basin Mass Assessment
  • Consistent Effluent Quality
  • Reduction in Laboratory Testing and Operating Costs
  • Ideal for Remote or Unattended Installations

 

Measuring the mass of organisms to determine SRT in sequencing reactors such as SBR’s and ICEAS plants presents some unique challenges. Due to variations in basin MLSS concentration from cycle to cycle, sequential effluent draw off and variations in influent flow and loading, maintaining a stable biomass inventory can be a trial and error process.

SIMS overcomes these challenges by offering automated control of basin SRT by continuous, real-time MLSS monitoring and sludge wasting from the system.

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