Combining screening and grit removal into one self-contained unit, the Raptor® Complete Plant is a unique system for treating municipal wastewater or septage receiving applications. The fully automated unit is capable of handling peak flow rates up to 4.0 mgd. It is supplied in a pre-engineered stainless steel tank and equipped with the Raptor® Screening product line (screening, washing, compacting, and dewatering), plus transport and dewatering screws for grit removal. The grit chamber can also be equipped with an optional grease trap to remove excess grease, either manually or by a motorized skimmer mechanism.
Lakeside’s H-PAC® system combines our Raptor® or Hydronic T Screening product line with our SpiraGrit Vortex Grit Chamber in an elevated pre-engineered headworks system. The modular design allows you to choose the proper Raptor® Screen for your application. The Raptor® Screen will remove, wash, compact and dewater the captured screenings and the SpiraGrit Vortex Grit Chamber will remove grit in a mechanically induced vortex environment. The Hydronic T Screen is also available for screenings removal with cost savings at higher flow rates. The H-PAC®’s self-contained system is capable of handling flows as high as 12 mgd. With its compact design the H-PAC® requires less space and costs less than other packaged screen/grit systems.
Remove debris and inorganic solids from septage tanks, grease traps, leachate and industrial waste with the fully automated Raptor® Septage Acceptance Plant (SAP). The heart of the SAP is the Raptor® Fine Screen, which compacts and dewaters the captured screenings to a solids content of 40 percent. The screen’s rotating rake teeth fully penetrates the cylindrical screen bars, which prevents plugging and blinding from grease and small debris. This allows for faster unloading times to generate more revenue for your facility.
The Raptor® Acceptance Control System (RACS) is a security access station that can be integrated with the SAP to allow authorized haulers to unload their waste at your facility. Adding the data management and accounting system with the RACS station provides administration capabilities to track and invoice customers.
The Raptor® Septage Complete Plant (SCP) is a fully automated unit that combines screening and grit removal into one self-contained unit for treating septage, grease traps, leachate and industrial waste. The heart of the SCP is the Raptor® Fine Screen, which compacts and dewaters the captured screenings to a solids content of 40 percent. The screen’s rotating rake teeth fully penetrates the cylindrical screen bars, which prevents plugging and blinding from occurring from grease and small debris. This allows for faster unloading times to generate more revenue for your facility. Grit settles out in the aerated grit chamber and is removed by the grit transport and dewatering screws. The SCP’s grit chamber can also be equipped with an optional grease trap to remove excess grease. The captured grease can be removed either manually or by a motorized skimmer mechanism.
The Raptor® Acceptance Control System (RACS) is a security access station that can be integrated with the SCP to allow authorized haulers to unload their waste at your facility. Adding the data management and accounting system with the RACS station provides administration capabilities to track and invoice customers.
Whether it’s a new treatment facility or an existing plant upgrade, the Lakeside Closed Loop Reactor (CLR) Process provides effective biological treatment for superior performance and consistent high quality effluent. The CLR in conjunction with the Magna Rotor Aerator is an extended aeration, complete mix system. Utilizing long solids retention times provides stable operation over a wide range of influent flow and organic loadings, minimizing the time and effort needed to control or adjust the system. Even in cold weather conditions when microorganism activity is decreased, the process operates efficiently without special attention.
Multiple basin configurations are available; the standard racetrack design, the Multi-Loop Reactor with concentric multi-channels for process control and the Vertical Loop Configuration for applications with limited space.
Using nonproprietary designs, Lakeside offers Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) with the addition of submersible mixers and/or recirculation pumps. Total nitrogen and phosphorous removal is achieved by cyclic or phased isolation operation within the reactor or by incorporating external anaerobic and anoxic tanks.
An economical treatment system to biologically process wastewater, the efficient Package Extended Aeration Treatment Plant provides superior performance in meeting your effluent discharge limits. The compact design is suitable for small communities, housing developments, trailer parks, schools, and industrial applications. Two types of Extended Aeration Systems are available; the E.A. Aerotor Plant and the Packaged Extended Aeration Plant.
The E.A. Aerotor Plant is constructed in a concentric common wall design that incorporates the Closed Loop Reactor (CLR) Process in the outer loop for extended aeration and mixing, while the inner area has the peripheral-feed Spiraflo Clarifier for final settling. Alternatively, a second outer channel could be added for stand-by capacity, allowing efficient treatment for seasonal flow variations and promoting biological nutrient removal.
The Package Extended Aeration Plant is a pre-engineered system that contains screening, diffused aeration, clarification, disinfection and sludge holding into one pre-fabricated steel tank. This system, which is ideal for smaller applications, is shipped as a complete package ready for easy installation. Alternatively, the Package Plant components could be shipped for installation in concrete structures as well.
A cost-effective solution for your biological treatment process, the Lakeside Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) provides superior performance and consistent high quality effluent. The fully automated system treats raw wastewater flow in a single basin using timed based phases to fill, mix, aerate, settle, decant and waste sludge. The two types of processes available are the conventional Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) and the Continuous “feed” Sequencing Batch Reactor (CSBR).
The SBR incorporates diffused aeration with mixers to provide excellent mixing and aeration for high oxygen transfer. The innovative designed decanter minimizes decanting intervals while extending the biological process time. The resultant clear water discharges without foam or floating scum.
The CSBR process is a continuous feed system that enhances the superior technology of the conventional SBR. The CSBR system allows raw wastewater to continuously flow into the reactor basin during the treatment cycles including during the settling and decanting phase. A baffle wall prevents short-circuiting as the flow travels from the reactor’s pre-react zone and equally distributes the flow into the main react zone where aeration, settling and decanting occur.
Automated process controls will optimize the biological treatment system performance and reduce power costs. The Sharp Biological Nutrient Removal (SharpBNR™) process control system, with its Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) based control instrumentation package, is designed to achieve maximum energy efficiency while meeting your treatment goals. Instrumentation includes Dissolved Oxygen (DO) and Oxygen Reduction Potential (ORP) for process monitoring and aeration adjustment.
Design parameters along with system status and alarm functions can easily be adjusted through a Human Machine Interface (HMI) or personal computer. The control system is easily interfaced with plant SCADA systems via the Ethernet communication. To create a complete system, Variable Frequency Drives (VFD) and motor starter packages could also be incorporated into the SharpBNR™ Process Controls.