The Oberregenbach sewage treatment plant of the town of Langenburg (D) is located between Stuttgart and Nürnburg and treats the waste wa-ter of about 1,800 inhabitants. Located on the foot of a slope, the water from the storm-water basin runs down a steep canal. Before the STE-BATEC drain controller was installed, the waste water was slowed down by a mechanical scale throttle before it entered the sewage treatment plant.
Association of the Schwarze Pumpe Industry Park, D-Spremberg
As municipal company of the association of the Industry Park Schwarze Pumpe, the city of Spremberg and the municipality of Spreetal, the ASG Spremberg GmbH is the service provider to one of the largest industry parks in the south of Brandenburg state with many large and medium size companies that provide over 4,300 jobs.
Rügen water and waste water supply municipal association
he Rügen water and waste water supply municipal association (ZWAR) is responsible for the waste water management throughout the Baltic Sea island of Rügen, which turns into a tourist strong hold each summer. During that season, the waste water flow is many times the normal flowso that extreme fluctuations must be managed.
During the production of marinades for meat and herb mixtures, the Pacovis company in Sassenberg (D) produces wastewater with a high concentration of COD (chemical oxygen demand). In order to relieve the local wastewater treatment plant, an SBR (Sequence Batch Reactor) treatment plant was installed, which pre-treats the waste water and reduces the COD concentration to below 800 mg/l before it is discharged into the public sewage system.
Demonstrably reliable and dependable sewage treatment plant outlet measurement.
The operators of the sewage treatment plant of the NATO airbase in Fürstenfeldbruck have decided to use a flow measurement with guaranteed accuracy of measurement for precise and cause-based cost accounting.
Installation of pneumatic outflow controls in the storm-water sedimentation basin of the sewage treatment plant
The pneumatic discharge control system installed in 2011 at the storm water tank in the direct inlet of the sewage treatment plant ensures stable hydraulic conditions. Previously, there had been regular incidents because the throttling device was unable to continuously feed the water from the stormwater tank, which is located in the main intake, to the sewage treatment plant.
Discharge limitation of the backflow channel inlet to the Walkersbach sewage treatment plant
The Walkersbach sewage treatment plant reacts sensitively to fluctuating inflow volumes. The installed balance throttle is to be replaced by a control element which can reliably limit the inflow quantities from the dammed up channel, which is partly up to four metres high, to a maximum of 4 l/s.
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