Energy Efficiency for Aeration Tanks

Energy Efficiency for Aeration Tanks
May 2, 2018 Thomas Bleif
Thomas Bleif May 2, 2018

Energy Efficiency for Aeration Tanks

New Frontier in Aeration Energy Efficiency: Basin Control Valves

The Egger Iris valve for precise flow control on aeration tanks of a WWTP

A throttling valve restricts flow to regulate flow, pressure or temperature. A control valve is a throttling valve equipped with an actuator that acts within a control loop. In the case of a system providing process air to aeration tanks, the control valve opens and closes to adjust the flow into part of an aeration tank to control the dissolved oxygen concentration or the level of mixing energy.

For more information about aeration flow control with different control valves, please click on the link below.

Article Valves and Piping: Basin Control Valves

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