Flow Equalization

A flow equalization step follows the screening and sedimentation processes and precedes the dissolved air flotation (DAF) unit. Flow equalization is important in reducing hydraulic loading in the waste stream. Equalization facilities consist of a holding tank and pumping equipment designed to reduce the fluctuations of the waste streams. The equalizing tank will store excessive

Flow Equalization Tank
Figure 5 Pipe arrangement for sludge removal from settling tanks.

hydraulic flow surges and stabilize the flow rate to a uniform discharge rate over a 24 hour day. The tank is characterized by a varying flow into the tank and a constant flow out.

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