How to series: Sequencing Batch Reactors (SBR) 

Instantly evaluate batch vs continuous flow systems for your next wwtp project


Register now to learn how to instantly evaluate batch vs. continuous flow solutions for various WWTP projects

May 12th, 2022

10:00am CST / 5:00pm CET

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Transcend Design Generator was built to support your conceptual WWTP design process.

You asked - we delivered. One of our most requested features for TDG was the ability to model SBR against more traditional treatment options. We take customer requests seriously and are happy to share that SBR is now included as an available technology within TDG!

In this webinar we will discuss how design automation tools can efficiently support your design process by allowing you to compare batch vs. continuous flow options for different projects. 

All webinar attendees will receive 2 free design credits to be able to run an SBR and another biological treatment option for comparison.

Letti Szilágyi and Adam Tank, two veteran members of our team, will be demoing an easy-to-use platform that will help you streamline your conceptual design processes.

Here's what they'll cover in 1 hour:

Ready to try TDG?

Real project example of TDG with SBR Technology 

Review of SBR Design Package Output Documents 

Interactive Q&A

Industry overview and business challenges

Can't make it? Submit your email here and we will send you the on-demand version and keep you updated about future events!

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Meet your hosts:

Nikolett Szilágyi

Senior Process Engineer, Transcend

Nikolett is one of our most experienced process engineers and has supported TDG implementation for global water companies. She understands the heart of the system and can answer your deep technical questions.

Adam Tank

Chief Customer Officer, Transcend

Adam is passionate about bringing change to the water industry to reach a sustainable future. He is an industry expert and can answer your business strategy questions and what advantages TDG can bring you.

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