grit chamber

grit chamber

[′grit ‚chām·bər]
(civil engineering)
A chamber designed to remove sand, gravel, or other heavy solids that have subsiding velocities or specific gravities substantially greater than those of the organic solids in waste water.
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Tenders are invited for Renovation/ Repairing of Sluice Gates of Bar Screen and inlet Grit Chamber units at 37 (22) MGD STP Okhla.
The screened sewage moves on through a grit chamber, where the grit is allowed to settle out.
Sewage treatment plant consists of grit chamber, equalisation tank, fluidised media reactor, sand and carbon filtration.
The aerated grit chamber is designed to handle 88 mgd of wastewater
Follow its progress, starting with the grit chamber, above right.
Tenders are invited for Renovation/ Repaired of Grit Chamber regulating sluice gate at 16 MGD STP Okhla.
Tenders are invited for Renovation/ Strengthening of Grit Chamber No.
Tenders are invited for Clearance, of Raw Sewerage Sump, Fine Screen bar chamber, Grit washer and Grit Chamber in the premises of STP at Brari Numbal.
It is therefore difficult to provide a grit chamber that will have the same desirable velocity for all volumes of flow.
A conventional nitrification plant layout consists of a bar screen, grit chamber, presedimentation tank, aeration tank, and final sedimentation tank.