Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) is one of the most common integral indicators of anthropogenic pollution of water bodies. COD is widely used in the analysis of natural water, to control wastewater treatment from organic various substances.
PeCOD Analyzer Improves Pulp Mill Performance, Reduces Wastewater Pollution. MANTECH’s PeCOD technology is a safe and effective solution for improving wastewater treatment and optimizing the use of chemicals in pulp and paper mills.
Real Time Chemical Oxygen Demand Improves Wastewater Management. MANTECH’s PeCOD Analyzer water quality analysis technology provides food and beverage processors with accurate, real time data that enables them to make timely decisions and effectively manage their water and wastewater. The PeCOD Analyzer is a fast, green, accurate alternative to traditional chemical oxygen demand (COD) and biological oxygen demand (BOD) testing for measuring organics in wastewater. Rapid, reliable and economical testing...
MANTECH’s innovative PeCOD Analyzer is helping Ontario’s craft brewers manage their wastewater more effectively. PeCOD is an integral part of the Brü Clean System, a specialized wastewater treatment process developed by Econse Water Purification Systems for the craft brewing industry. Together they helped reduce the amount of wastewater for treatment by 75 per cent. “We can accomplish in a few minutes what other companies take weeks or months to do and this lets us move straight to effective...
MANTECH’s chemical oxygen demand (COD) analyzer is breaking new ground in the science of monitoring source and treated drinking water. In addition to providing 15-minute COD results and biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) estimates, MANTECH’s PeCOD® Analyzer measures natural organic matter (NOM) in raw and treated drinking water. The NOM Analyzer™ — which is the drinking-water application of MANTECH’s novel PeCOD® COD-testing system — does what no other technology has done...
MANTECH’s game-changing water quality analysis technology is revolutionizing wastewater treatment at industrial and municipal facilities worldwide. The PeCOD Analyzer provides accurate chemical oxygen demand (COD) results and biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) estimates within minutes rather than the hours or days required for standard COD and BOD testing — without the use of dichromate, mercury, acids and other harmful chemicals.
Demand for oxygen generators in the medical field is growing rapidly. Stricter international medical regulations is also putting a tougher demand on oxygen plants for flow, pressure and purity monitoring.
Using Oxygen to Solve Waste Water Problems
Lack of oxygen can cause inadequate purification or even anaerobic decomposition, as well as offensive odors. Injecting oxygen into sludge beds &/or piping allows you to:
* Reduce nitrogen levels
* Meet peak O2 demands
* Have a back up to your aeration system
* Pre-purify waste water
* Control odors
* Deter corrosion damage
* Meet increased requirements regarding waste water purification
OPSIS EEx Zone 1 and 2 certified monitoring equipment meets the demands for monitoring in harsh areas with a high amount of corrosive gaseous compounds. OPSIS offers two monitoring solutions, TDL (Tuneable Laser Diode) technology with ER060L-EEx emitter and receiver set, for harsh installations, and OPSIS O2000 oxygen monitor. The most suitable technique is used for the application at hand.
Twice the output of air-fed systems . . . As customers demand more ozone for less capital investment, oxygen is quickly replacing air as the industry’s preferred feed gas. Ozone output normally doubles when 93% oxygen is fed into the corona discharge.
Renewable energy plants are expanding and developing at a significant rate in North America and throughout the world. In the United States, the Clean Air Act for reformulated gasoline (RFG) mandates a 2wt.% oxygen requirement, driving the demand for more production. Ethanol is the most viable additive because it is a clean-burning fuel produced from renewable, domestic biomass sources. However, the production of these fuels can result in unacceptable levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), carbon monoxide...
Ideal for industrial applications, our Aire-O2 Microfloat Dispersed Air Flotation (DAF) System is an effective, affordable and reliable physical/chemical pre-treatment technology for removing up to 90% of fats, oil, and grease, 60% of total suspended solids, and 30% of Biochemical Oxygen Demand – all at a much lower cost than traditional DAF systems.
MIOX is the lowest cost supplier of chlorine for disinfection and oxidation of wastewater prior to discharge. Mixed Oxidant Solution (MOS) chemistry is more effective at biofilm control, Biochemical and Chemical oxygen demand removal (BOD/COD), breakpoint chlorination of ammonia and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) removal.
The brewing process generally generates unique, high-strength waste water as a by-product. The waste water typically has a high concentration of Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) form the carbohydrates and protein used in brewing beer. Brewery waste water usually has a temperature of > 25 °C.
Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) is used as a measure of organic pollutants in water. In wastewater treatment, it indicates the efficacy of a treatment process and is expressed in milligrams per litre (mg/L) or parts per million (ppm). Removing certain fractions of COD in waste streams can be particularly challenging, especially to levels safe for discharge to the environment.
Problem: Industrial manufacturers face stringent regulations for discharging wastewater to the environment and municipal sewer systems. Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) is a primary concern for many discharge limits, as wastewaters high in BOD can have adverse impacts on the aquatic environments by leading to oxygen depletion. In some cases, as a means to supplement BOD, it is also desirable to monitor chemical oxygen demand (COD) of industrial effluents. Both of these tests, are time and labour intensive reducing...
Challenge: Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) and Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) are traditional parameters analyzed in the laboratory to determine organic matter in water and wastewater. Wastewater facility operators need to have constant data to monitor their discharges and optimize treatment processes (biological treatment, chemical dosing, etc). The requirements of BOD and COD analysis prevent them from being implemented as control parameters, however. The BOD five-day analysis time requirement does not allow an...