Portable Wastewater Treatment Systemâ„¢
BOD, COD, FOG are the major sources of pollution to our drainage systems, streams, rivers and other receiving bodies of water. FT3 and FT4 models were developed to treat pollutants emanating from Quick Service Restaurants and other establishments discharging low volume.
Easy Installation: Provided with inlet and outlet connections.
Versatile and Compact: suitable for domestic and commercial applications.
Durable and Reliable: Fabricated using stainless steel materials. Durable and corrosion proof.
Scientifically Designed: Effectively reduces BOD, COD, FOG, TSS, Color, and Coliform within the standard limits set by DENR/LLDA.
Easy Maintenance: Top access for easy cleaning and removal of trap solids.
How it Works:
Influent enters the Sump Pit wherein it is aerated and therefore converted into an Equalization Tank. This will be pumped into the first chamber which is the screen basket and oil and grease separator to block other suspended solids and oil/grease in entering the system. Influent now will enter the Aeration Chamber where beneficial bacteria is being fed and cultured to treat the raw wastewater.
Processed water will go to the sedimentation chamber to reduce suspended particles and as well to return activated sludge to the aeration. The wasted sludge is also directed at the same time to the ASD (Activated Sludge Digester) and the overflow (supernatant line) goes back to the Aeration Chamber.
After the sedimentation process, processed water goes to the chlorine contact chamber and then to the Tertiary System for filtration. Chlorine is induced after the Tertiary System for disinfection
Process Flow Diagram: