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The Harlequin CAP6 or 'Continuous Aeration Tank' is a compact sewage treatment system is designed specifically for domestic households with up to 4 bedroooms or to serve up to 6 people.
Harlequins unique bio media system delivers a pollutant removal level of 96.2% whilst also combatting common problems associated with small packaged domestic plants. Contemporary design engineering and analysis software and state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities combine to create this unique product which dominates the domestic sewage treatment plant market. Market-leading performance, easy installation, super quiet operation, low maintenance costs, reliable bio media system and durability are all qualities that make the product best suited for a wide range of off-mains sewage treatment requirements.
The CAP6 is available in gravity or pumped outlet versions and with the option of a low pressure alarm. The standard invert depth of the CAP6 is 0.65m. If necessary this invert can be increased up to 1.55m by adding additional risers.
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Harlequin CAP6 Technical Drawing
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Harlequin CAP6 Specification
Harlequin CAP6 Clark Drain Cover
Chamber 1 Primary Settlement:Raw sewage flowing to the CAP unit is received in the primary settlement zone. Here, gross solids (primary sludge) settle to the bottom of the tank, where they remain until the tank is desludged. The settled sewage displaced from the primary zone then flows into the submerged filter zone, passing under a scum baffle.
Chamber 2 Reactor VesselFlow circulation in the submerged filter zone is generated by the hydraulic effect of the outlet air diffuser. This causes settled sewage entering the filter zone at high level to be drawn down through the media, aerating the sewage in the process. The flow circulation ensures that the influent sewage receives several passes through the filter bed at low flow.In the filter zone, as the sewage passes over the filter media it is purified by micro-organisms growing on the surface of the media. Growth of these micro-organisms results in an excess which is shed as solid particles known as humus solids. Humus solids settling at the bottom of the filter zones are recirculated with the flow of incoming sewage and are deposited on the top of the primary settlement zone.
Chamber 3 Final SettlementSewage displaced from the submerged filter zone flows via a DIP pipe into the final settlement zone. Liquid displaced from the humus zone has now been fully treated and is known as final effluent. It is suitable for discharge to a watercourse or soakaway as defined in the consent to discharge issued by the Environment Agency.Humus solids from the final settlement tank are recirculated to the primary tank via the recirculation pipework. This helps reduce the sludge build up in the humus tank and prevents stagnation during very low inflow.
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