|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Water Source||Commercial Waste Water|
|Air Blower Power||0.75 kW|
|Inlet Water Quality||SEWAGE WATER|
|Feed Flow Rate||100 m3/day|
|Impurities to be removed||Oil and Grease|
|Overall Dimensions||6000 mmx 4000 mm x 4000 mm|
|Treatment Stages||Tertiary Treatment|
|Secondary Treatment Type||Moving Bed Bioreactor (MBBR)|
|Approximate Power Consumption||440 volt 4 phase|
|Water Pump Power||0.5 kW|
|Air Blower Count||2|
|Features||Best Technology,easy operate and maintenance and price MBBR|
|Treated Water Quality||reuse water|
|Material of Construction||msep/civil cunctrution|
Hospitals are the prime healthcare centres providing world-class services related to healthcare and wellness and during their core process, they release a big amount of waste- material or sewage which needs to be treated and manipulated for proper and safe disposal or re-use. Any modern day hospitals comprise a range of sections such as ICU, Emergency Department, First Aid, Operating Sections, OPDs, Biological Testing centres, Cafeterias etc and all of these leave a bulk of waste material every day which needs to be managed in the most measured manner. Besides, such sewage as and when released from hospitals contain some hazardous pollutants that is a mixture of chemical and biological waste and that is hugely harmful for the environment as well as for the human survival and it needs to be removed from the site as soon as it makes way there. Furthermore, it becomes too necessary that even the ground water and the surface water needs to be protected or cleaned from its mingling impact and because of such grave reasons, efficient installation and implementation of sewage treatment plant for hospitals of superior quality becomes the need of the minute.
Not mincing words, our versatile sewage treatment plant for hospitals are the widely wanted automatic (also available in semi-automatic and manual) framework by the virtue of which, untreated wastewater or influent is removed and then only the residue becomes safe enough to be discharged into the environment. If not done this way, the hospital sewage can have a range of harmful effects on environment and can also make the particular region as unsafe for the human existence. As a prominent manufacturer of sewage treatment plant for hospitals, during the market research and field observation that we conducted recently, we have noticed the following types of chemical pollutants typical to hospital wastewater and which are life threatening enough in their course:
a) Residues of drugs and chemical formulations,
b) Radioactive isotopes,
c) Microbial pathogens, deadly viruses and bacteria,
d) Pharmaceutical waste and the related metabolites, and so forth.
For better insights and for knowing more unique ways in finding the best possible and the economical solution to your sewage treatment plant for hospital, please call us and discuss your case in person.