Biological Water Treatment Equipment

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Biotechnology

by Biower Oy     based in Helsinki, FINLAND

Our new, innovative wastewater treatment technology is based on a Rotating Bed (RB) bioreactor with specialised bacteria growing on carrier elements consisting of plastic granules. The bacteria decompose any chemicals and other impurities contained in the ambient water. Inside the reactors the carrier element is kept in a continuous rotary motion ...

Microbac - Membrane Bioreactor

by Microbac Ltd     based in Consett, UNITED KINGDOM

The Microbac Membrane Bioreactor combines Microbac’s submerged aerated fixed-film Bioreactor and hollow fibre filtration membranes to produce a very small footprint treatment unit suitable for municipal sewage and a wide range of industrial wastewaters.

Kusters Water - Packaged Wastewater Treatment Plants

by Kusters Water, a Division of Kusters Zima     based in Spartanburg, SOUTH CAROLINA (USA)

Kusters Water offers a complete line of packaged biological wastewater treatment systems. Standard Plants are designed to operate in the extended aeration mode of activated sludge, providing 24-36 hours of aeration retention time allowing the plant to operate effetively over widely varying flow rates and waste loadings while providing lower ...

Biological Oxidation System (TEAM)

by American Environmental Fabrication & Supply, LLC     based in Hulbert, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Carbon that is 'activated' undergoes a treatment that opens up millions of tiny pores to enhance the carbon material's adsorbent properties. The carbon treatment creates a very large internal carbon surface area, which is key to the filtration of activated carbon. With more surface area, the more the carbon can adsorb. One pound of activated ...

AquaSimplex-Solo - Model 4-16 PE - Sequential Batch Reactor

by WASP Systems     based in Nairobi, KENYA

The AquaSimplex – Solo is the smallest in the range of SBR’s (Sequential Batch Reactor) from Kordes that WASP Systems provide. It is the ideal solution for the single family house or the multiple dwelling. It treats wastewater from 4 up to 16 people, allowing the water to be reused for irrigation and other purposes.

AquaSimplex-Pionier - Model 1-50 PE - Sequential Batch Reactor

by WASP Systems     based in Nairobi, KENYA

The AquaSimplex – Pionier is a manually adjustable SBR (Sequential Batch Reactor) System from Kordes. It is the ideal solution for the single family house or a smaller housing estate. It treats wastewater from 1 up to 50 people, allowing the water to be reused for irrigation and other purposes.

AquaSBR - Sequencing Batch Reactor

by Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.     based in Loves Park, ILLINOIS (USA)

The AquaSBR sequencing batch reactor provides true batch reactor technology with all phases of treatment accomplished in a single reactor. All components are easily accessible and the advanced decant system ensures optimum quality effluent withdrawal.

Klärmax - Model Float Series - SBR Wastewater Treatment System

by Klärtechnik Reinhardt GmbH     based in Eutin, GERMANY

The Klärmax Float  SBR wastewater treatment system combines. simple installation with high efficiency. It can configured for 4- 52 PE and is suitable for single dwellings, small apartment blocks, hotels, restaurants or industrial properties. The Klärmax Float SBR wastewater treatment plant is, as the name suggests, a floating system ...

Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR)

by Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies     based in West Midlands, UNITED KINGDOM

The Sequencing Batch Reactor SBR (generic name) is a basin, or a set of basins of waste activated sludge (WAS) working discontinuously, alternating filling and emptying phases.

PVS-SBR Wastewater Treatment Plants

by PVS     based in Vienna, AUSTRIA

PVS plants are designed for extremely variable inlet loads. They operate using an advanced form of SBR (Sequencing Batch Reactor) process which has been further developed by PVS. The PVS reactor plant consists of one or more PE-tanks. The volume and quantity of tanks depends on the plant treatment requirements.

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