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Advanced Wastewater Treatment System
Designed with both the installer and service provider in mind, the SYBR-AER provides a cost effective solution for residential, commercial, and high strength waste applications. Best of all, the design is based upon robust Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR) technology which allows the entire treatment process to occur in a single, locally secured tank. The system components ship pre-assembled, factory direct, ready for installation.
To ensure proper performance, the SYBR-AER package also includes a pre-programmed control panel featuring an internal logic module with battery backup in case of power outages. All components have been designed to be easily serviceable and utilize quick-release connectors for any part that requires removal for inspection or service. The SYBR-AER is an ANSI/NSF Standard 40 approved system and is available in 500, 600, 800, 1000, and 1500 GPD systems. We also offer engineered solutions for applications over 1500 GPD.
- ANSI/NSF Standard 40 Approved Systems Factory Direct Regardless Of Brand Affiliation
- Patent Pending Advanced SBR Technology
- Simple, Scalable Design Works Great For Residential, Commercial & High Strength Applications
- Installs In Locally Purchased, Standard Single Compartment Tank
- No Hidden Dealer/Distributor Mark-Up
- Factory Direct Training & Certification
- Quick Disconnects On All Internal Components For Easy Access
- Robust Design Requires Minimal Ongoing Maintenance
How It Works
- Discharge Pump Off / Blower On
- Duration: 20 Hours (4:00a.m. – 12:00a.m.)
- Description:Aerobic digestion occurs during the aeration cycle. Air from the diffusers continuously mixes the wastewater keeping solids in suspension. The process promotes the growth of aerobic bacteria that oxidize waste.
- Discharge Pump Off / Blower Off
- Duration: 3 Hours (12:00a.m. – 3:00a.m.)
- Description: Suspended solids/sludge settles to the bottom of the tank and floating debris floats to the top during this process. During this period dissolved oxygen decreases promoting anaerobic conditions that convert harmful Nitrate to Nitrogen gas. The settling cycle is programmed to occur when the system receives the lowest inflow of wastewater.
- Discharge Pump On / Blower Off
- Duration: 1 Hour (3:00a.m. – 4:00a.m.)
- Description: Treated wastewater is pumped from the system during the decant cycle. The discharge pump is specifically positioned inside the tank to discharge effluent from the clarified zone developed during the settling cycle.