OMNIFLO® SBR Systems

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Proven performance under demanding conditions

Discontinued product
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Proven performance under demanding conditions

Discontinued product
OMNIFLO® SBR Systems

Description

Evoqua's OMNIFLO®​ SBR system using Jet Tech technology includes state-of-the-art equipment and controls to deliver superior performance under the most demanding conditions.

The OMNIFLO SBR is a fill-and-draw, non-steady state activated sludge process in which one or more reactor basins are filled with wastewater during a discrete time period, and then operated in a batch mode. The system accomplishes equalization, aeration, and clarification in a timed sequence in a single reactor basin.

NEW OMNIFLO® SBR MAX system. A true-batch SBR process designed to handle greater peak flows or storm water overflow (CSO) events while providing superior effluent quality at a lower cost!

SBR Preliminary Design Tool
Receive a preliminary SBR design for your wastewater treatment application.

Features

Features

  • Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR)
  • High quality effluent at widely varying flows and loadings
  • Perfect quiescent settling and solids retention capabilities
  • Choice of aeration/mixing devices
  • No need for redundant clarifiers
  • State-of-the-art controls
  • Retrofit of existing basins

Key Benefits

  • Capital, O&M and energy savings—Typically less concrete than continuous flow processes, no MLSS or RAS recycle. Less mechanical equipment typically outside basin and flexible cycle parameters (oxygen provided when needed during cycles).
  • Small footprint—Equalization, biological treatment, and clarification performed in a single basin. Common wall and deep tanks are standard with no need for separate redundant clarifiers.
  • Flexible tank design—Unlimited tank configurations, from steel field-erected package plants to pre-stressed concrete tanks.
  • Safe operation and maintenance—No internal electro-mechanical equipment in the basin requiring maintenance, creating a safer operating environment for treatment plant personnel.