enhanced nutrient removal Equipment

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Carrousel - Systems For Biological Nutrient Removal

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

The Carrousel systems by Ovivo are oxidation ditches with surface impeller aerators.  They are designed to effectively reduce the nutrients discharged from wastewater treatment plants. They are also designed to efficiently use the optimum amount of power to produce these results.

STM-Aerotor - Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) System

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

The STM-Aerotor™ Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) System uses Integrated Fixed Film and Activated Sludge (IFAS) technology as part of a process that provides biological nutrient removal for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment.

Aquatech - Enhanced Membrane Bioreactor (AQUA-EMBR)

by Aquatech International Corporation     based in Canonsburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

9’10” (3 m) long 8” PVC modules with compact 0.2” (5.2 mm) permanent hydrophilic low-fouling ultrafiltration Membranes; Membranes active area of 355 ft2 (33m2) per module. Fine drum screen. Epoxy coated v-crimp carbon steel aeration tank with duplex tubular diffusers installed. Twin lobe rotary blower with variable frequency drive (VFD) & ...

Carrousel ProSet - Clarifier For EffiCient Flocculation And Rapid Withdrawal Of Sludge

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

In the Carrousel BNR system, the stage is set for achieving tight effluent limits. The combination of the Carrousel system with the ProSet™ clarifier with its rapid sludge withdrawal capabilities allows for all of those nutrients that have been captured to be properly disposed of in the sludge handling areas of a plant.

ULTRATECH - X-Tex-AM Material

by Interstate Products Inc     based in Sarasota, FLORIDA (USA)

Storm water runoff from impervious surfaces in urban areas contains significant hazardous contaminants, including indicator organisms such as fecal coliform. Such contaminants pose threats to humans directly during recreational uses of surface waters and through seafood consumption, and to aquatic life through chronic and acute exposure to ...

Accuvin - Malic Acid (MA) Test Kit

by Novasys Group Pty Ltd.     based in Victoria, AUSTRALIA

Malolactic fermentation, the secondary fermentation of wine making, is a method for reducing total titratable acidity by adjusting the relative concentrations of L-malic and L-lactic acids, softening the wine and allowing it to develop mellowness and full-bodiedness. This process also results in enhanced microbial stability since one of the key ...

bioFAS - High Rate BioFilter (HRBF) Systems

by BioprocessH2O     based in Portsmouth, RHODE ISLAND (USA)

Our bioFAS Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge (IFAS) system uses naturally occurring bacteria to remove nutrients from wastewater with a patented design that will enhance your level of treatment while making the process easier to manage. Cost effective (Low lifecycle costs). Simple to install. No extra space needed – can be retrofitted ...

Bio Dredge Sludge Reduction

by Probiotic Solutions - a registered trademark of Bio Huma Netics, Inc.     based in Gilbert, ARIZONA (USA)

BIO DREDGE is a probiotic formulation of organic acids, natural biological systems, buffers, nutrients, and energy systems which enhances biological degradation. It is non-toxic, concentrated and easy to use. BIO DREDGE oxidizes wastewater lagoon sludge into carbon dioxide through an innovative “wet burn” process. BIO DREDGE helps ...

Liquid Waste Treatment Plant

by Waterex Pty Ltd.     based in Midvale, AUSTRALIA

Waterex has supplied many effluent treatment plants to meet the criteria of numerous industrial or statutory standards. To meet these challenges the following technologies and processes are used, often in conjunction with the equipment already illustrated. Biological nutrient removal systems including BNR3 technology. Oily water separation using ...

Slot Injector - Superior Jet Aeration System

by KLa Systems, Inc.     based in Assonet, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Introduced in 1979 by Bayer AG, the Slot Injector is similar to a modern jet aerator but uses a slot-shaped configuration to achieve higher efficiencies. The slot-shaped nozzle and mixing chamber provide a greater shear surface for mass transfer than a circular jet opening of identical area.

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