Vacuum clarification is an advanced secondary treatment operation to separate solids. The basis upon which vacuum clarification operates is that of barometric differentiation.

The effect of “stretching” liquids and the enhancement of gravity results in:

  1. Elimination or separation of dissolved gases contained within the liquids
  2. Dehydration of liquids
  3. Separated solids or particulates tend to de-water, following settling/separation
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