Biological Water Treatment Equipment

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EcoCycle - Model SBR - Sequencing Batch Reactor

by Parkson Corporation     based in Fort Lauderdale, FLORIDA (USA)

The EcoCycle SBR from Parkson combines industry leading DynaPhase Control technology with high efficiency treatment schemes designed to provide reliable and flexible performance for today’s stringent effluent needs.  The EcoCycle SBR is a true-batch SBR design, which allows for an ideal anaerobic / anoxic fill period, perfect for ...

Sequence Batch Reactors (SBR)

by Colloide Engineering Systems     based in Cookstown, NORTHERN IRELAND

The Sequential Batch Reactor is an extremely compact and flexible solution to waste water treatment. This advanced SBR can deal with high BOD/COD loading while capable of producing effluent of a high standard. Manipulation of the SBR process allows control over many parameters while the reliability and ease of operation offers many advantages. ...

Rowafil - Model Bionic 40 - Carwash Biological Reclaim System

by Rowafil Manufacturing BV     based in Venray, NETHERLANDS

Type: Bionic 40. Capacity: 4000 ltr/h / 1000 GPH. Bioreactors: 2. Frames and cyclones: 1 frame with 2 cyclones. Floor dimensions: 1300 x 2200 x 1975H mm. Sludge pit: 5000 ltr. minimum. Aerationpit: 3000 ltr. minimum. Recycle water tank/pit: 1000 ltr. Power supply: 2,9 kW. SR20 nutrient consumption: 10 ltr. per 5 months.

Rowafil - Model Bionic 60 - Carwash Biological Reclaim System

by Rowafil Manufacturing BV     based in Venray, NETHERLANDS

Type: Bionic 60. Capacity: 6000 ltr/h / 1500 GPH. Bioreactors: 3. Frame and cyclones: 1 frame with 3 cyclones. Floor dimensions: 1300 x 3000 x 1975H mm. Sludge pit: 7000 ltr. minimum. Aerationpit: 4000 ltr. minimum. Recycle water tank/pit: 2000 ltr. Power supply: 3,2 kW. SR20 nutrient consumption: 10 ltr. per 4 months.

LemTec - Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) Removal

by Lemna Technologies, Inc.     based in Minneapolis, MINNESOTA (USA)

Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) removal is critical to wastewater treatment. The LemTec biological treatment process optimizes BOD removal to meet limits previously thought unattainable in aerated lagoon facilities. The LemTec system design minimizes temperature fluctuations and prevents the adverse treatment effects of peak flow events. The ...

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 ...

The Biological Degradation

by BIOCONSULTING and Engineering Service, S.L. (BIOCONS)     based in Ismaning, GERMANY

Due to their high elimination performance and cost-efficiency, the biological treatment of ”substrates“ (effluent, waste gas and sludges), is among the most widely-applied processes.

Aquapoint - Model ANOX - BDR & MBDR - Biological Denitrification

by Aquapoint     based in New Bedford, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

The Aquapoint ANOX-MBDR provides a suitable environment to initiate and complete biological denitrification. Biological denitrification is the reduction of nitrate to nitrogen gas by facultative heterotrophic bacteria in the presence of a soluble carbon source.

Model type MBR - Biological Treatment

by K-Pack Water Treatment B.V.     based in Amersfoort, NETHERLANDS

In a Membrane Bio Reactor a combination of a biological treatment process and a membrane filtration unit is used. The biological treatment process can be aerobe, anoxic or anaerobe. A MBR is suitable for the purification of industrial as well as communal wastewater.

Biological Air Filtration System

by Themis Power Corporation Ltd.     based in Strathroy, ONTARIO (CANADA)

A bio-filtration system has been installed to ensure air exhausted from the facility has odour control prior to exhaust to atmosphere. The plant ventilation system provides an average of four (4) air changes per hour of fresh air, with six (6) in high odour areas, to maintain a negative pressure within the plant to control odours within the ...

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