Hardware Components

The corrosive nature of wastewater is detrimental to all moving parts that contact it. Using our proprietary technology and the transfer of sewage via airlift, OnSyte Performance’s™ process allows for complete treatment without any moving parts ever coming into contact with wastewater. The system is comprised solely of these components:

1: Separation Chamber

  • Raw wastewater enters where floating and sinking organic and inorganic material are separated.
  • Retains all solid material
  • Periodic recirculation of activated sludge

2: Dosing Chamber

  • Receives inflow from Separation Chamber
  • Queues batched volume of water for the Reactor Chamber
  • Isolates disturbance of inflow from the Reactor Chamber during treatment process

3: Reaction Chamber

  • Anoxic, Aeration, and Clarification processes.
  • Electronic Controller maintains the proper diversity, ratios, and population of the bacteria required to treat the variations of raw wastewater entering the system.
  • Air diffusers mix and aerate the wastewater, allowing microorganisms to grow and break down the raw untreated wastewater.
  • Clarification period (anaerobic) allows floc to settle to the bottom before leaving a clear supernatant above.
  • Clear supernatant is discharged into drain fields or stored for future use.
Electronic Controller

Electronic Controller

Controls every component of the system and transmits and receives data for individual sites. The proprietary software enables the controller to adapt to varying conditions on a daily basis. Since each controller is Internet-enabled, it can be reprogrammed from a centralized location, eliminating homeowner involvement, user error, and reducing on-site visits.

Ultra Sonic Sensor

Pressure Transducer

Constantly monitors the volume of influent/effluent in the system, allowing the controller to determine process cycle batch size.

Air Compressor

Air Compressor(s)

Used for aeration and all air lift fluid transfers.

Transfer Floats

Transfer Floats

Allows transfer of effluent (2″ below water surface) without disturbing any of the floating or settled solids.