Symbiona SA

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Products

  • Aerobic Biological Treatment

  • AeroMem - Model SUB - Membrane Bioreactors

    AeroMem - Model SUB - Membrane Bioreactors

    Where clean water is separated from waste sludge by membranes (on cellular level). We use high quality submerged modules (AeroMem™-SUB, which be installed either in the aeration tank or in a separate membrane tank, with MLSS to 16g/l) or external membrane systems for very high MLSS concentrations (AeroMem™-X, up to 25g/l).

  • Model FloBed - Moving Bed Bioreactors and IFAS Systems

    Model FloBed - Moving Bed Bioreactors and IFAS Systems

    Use of  high surface carriers (>650m2/m3) floating in biological reactor results in controlled growth of biofilm bacteria in aerobic reactor. System can be use as biological filtration (MBBR, MBBR-BNR) or coupled with activated sludge (IFAS), where additional denitrification is required. These systems offers high stability for toxic compounds, changing flows and offers very small surface required to remove high COD loads. In of high...

  • Continuous Flow Activated Sludge Reactors with Clarifiers or Flotation Biological Reactors

    Continuous Flow Activated Sludge Reactors with Clarifiers or Flotation Biological Reactors

    Wastewater flows through biological reactor in continuous plug-flow system ended with a clarifier for waste biological sludge and effluent separation. In case of our flotation biological reactors (FloFBR™) traditional clarifier is replaced by sludge flotation as activated sludge clarifier. It makes system more compact due to higher concentration of MLSS in the aeration tank.

  • Sequence Batch Reactors (SBR)

    Sequence Batch Reactors (SBR)

    Well known process operating in single tank or multiple tanks. All processes required to clean wastewater are used in one one tank or series of tanks with nitrification, and nitrogen removal. Process could be simplified or in full automation.

  • AeroDuct - Aerators

    AeroDuct - Aerators

    For old type oxidation ditches we supply own aerating brush rotors. They are usually coupled with automated weirs and oxygen control to provide cost-effective organic load removal.