One thing that sets EnSo apart from its competitors is its understanding of biological processes and the specialist aspect of treatment plant design. Our range of specialist products are designed for a number of different difficult process requirements.
Additional Biological Treatment
Additional treatment for existing plant where consent levels are not being met.
Where existing treatment works fail to meet with carbon oxidation requirements, EnSo can provide packaged Submerged Aerated Filters (SAFs) to improve effluent quality. These provide a simple and reliable process, a high degree of performance reliability, durability of process elements and relatively low power requirements.
Before making recommendations for additional process capacity, EnSo would offer to undertake a review of the existing site assets to ensure that plant and equipment is operating at optimal performance levels.
Nitrification units are used to enhance existing plants where ammonia consent is not being met.
Nitrogen exists in many forms in the environment and can enter aquatic systems from human- generated sources. Nitrification/Denitrification is the process of converting nitrogen into a form in which it can ultimately be removed whereby nitrate nitrogen is converted into nitrogen gas that vents to the atmosphere naturally.
Where existing treatment works fail to meet with ammonia discharge requirements EnSo can provide packaged Submerged Aerated Filters (SAFs) which offer the advantages of: a simple and reliable process, a high degree of performance reliability, durability of process elements and relatively low power requirements.
Before making recommendations for additional process capacity are made, EnSo would offer to undertake a review of the existing site assets to ensure that plant and equipment is operating at optimal performance levels.
We are able to offer a range of control panels for various uses.
All of our control panels are designed and constructed in our workshop and can be tailored to control all makes of sewage treatment plant, such as Conder, Clearwater, Klargester, Waterwise, and Bioclere.
Our control panels can be fitted with additional design features such as energy savings devices or telemetry alarm systems.
Energy Saving Device
By reviewing the way your systems works, we can make sure that our systems are only running when you need them, therefore saving energy and money.
With the environment and cost management as key drivers, EnSo have developed an energy saving device which reduces energy consumption at times of low usage. By monitoring the flow into the treatment plant and understanding how the plant is utilised, we can help to optimise energy usage and only run the plant when necessary
For complete peace of mind, our range of telemetry systems monitor the system performance and can help to reduce system down time.
EnSo supply a range of wireless GSM data logging & telemetry systems to allow continuous recording of information such as flow, pressure, temperature, electrical contactor status and any other parameter.
This data, coupled with our servicing packages, provide round-the-clock peace of mind for your plant and make sure any problems arising have a minimal impact on performance.
We also supply a range of data loggers to record analogue and digital output signals.
All logging and telemetry systems are compatible with our range of sensors and flow meters.
Flow Management Solutions
To measure liquid flows, with a high degree of accuracy.
EnSo provide a range of electromagnetic flow meters to comply with increasing Environment Agency daily flow recording requirements. (MCERTS).
Inline electromagnetic flow meters are ideal for a range of liquid flow measurement applications where high accuracy and ease of use are the key benefits of this technology.
Insertion electromagnetic flow meters are a well established solution to obtaining full bore measurement accuracy from an insertion meter.
Where needed, our dosing systems ensure that your sewage treatment plant continues to work effectively, even if the wastewater contains potentially toxic elements.
Grease, laundry products and low biological loading are just a few of the things that can inversely effect the efficiency of a sewage treatment plant. By dosing the wastewater, we can ensure that the bacteria working inside the plant are not put under any undue stress and will keep working effectively and efficiently.
As we provide a bespoke solution for your site, we will highlight any potential issues at the design stage and recommend a suitable dosing system for your particular needs.
Mechanical screens remove larger objects prior to biological processing.
Raw sewage is screened to remove all large objects carried in the sewage stream. This is most commonly done, in modern plants, with an automated mechanically raked bar screen, to serve large populations. The raking action of a mechanical bar screen is typically paced according to the accumulation on the bar screens and/or flow rate. The solids are collected and later disposed in a landfill or incinerated.
EnSo supply a range of or mesh screens of varying sizes to optimize solids removal. If gross solids are not removed they become entrained in pipes and the moving parts of the treatment plant and can cause substantial damage and inefficiency in the process. This can cost substantial sums to put right.
Sand filters are used to increase the final discharge quality, where necessary.
EnSo provide a range of Sand Bed Filters, which is just one example of a granular loose media depth filter.
The filter is used to separate small amounts (