Hoot® systems Advanced Treatment Units
The HOOT® treatment system is designed with several components: the pretreatment tank, aeration chamber, and a final clarifier. The pretreatment tank, the first component of the system, begins the anaerobic decomposition of the influent. It also holds non- biodegradables inadvertently added to the system. The aeration chamber, the heart of this activated sludge sewage treatment system, introduces oxygen by pump into the sewage. This aeration intimately mixes the organic materials of the sewage with the bacterial population, allowing the bacteria to attack and reduce the organic materials. Any activated sludge settling in the final clarifier chamber is reintroduced into the aeration chamber by sewage movement. As solids settle in the clarifier, effluent rises. The holding tank then stores the effluent for discharge through the chosen method of disposal.
All HOOT® treatment systems are NSF tested and certified class I standard 40 2000 treatment units.
Models that have been tested and certified to the NSF Nitrogen Reduction Standard 245 are also available. Please click on the links below for more information, technical drawings, and specifications.
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