OxyShark - Multi-Celled Fixed-Film Bioreactor
OxyShark is a multi-celled, fixed-film bioreactor, capable of handling hundreds of thousands of gallons of wastewater per day. As a modular system, units can be added to accommodate virtually any flow rate. To meet the unique needs of a client, we engineer every OxyShark system to the exact specifications of each individual installation site.
OxyShark’s modular build and design ensure a functional fit in most applications, even in restrictive spaces. This capability also allows OxyShark to be retro-fitted to existing sites, an optimal choice for locations seeking to upgrade or replace their current wastewater treatment processes.
Modular design also enhances the flexibility and versatility of OxyShark. Flexible design allows an operator to lay out the OS system in a variety of ways, optimizing performance within the unique parameters of a given site.
Though it houses thousands of square feet of media, OxyShark has a small footprint, with sites as small as 4.5’ x 10’. The versatility of OxyShark makes it a perfect fit for a wide variety of applications, regardless of space constraints.
Whether installed in a series or parallel, OxyShark will develop a system for wastewater treatment at your site that improves efficiency without compromising space or limited resources.
OxyShark‘s versatile design and build allow it to excel in retro-fit applications. By working with your site and engineering teams, OxyShark can design a wastewater treatment solution tailored to the particular needs of each specific site.
With OxyShark, a business or operation seeking wastewater treatment solutions does not need to restructure a site to meet the designations of a traditional treatment system. OxyShark systems are adaptable, built to handle a variety of conditions with an effective and efficient wastewater treatment solution.
OxyShark’s unique treatment process utilizes state-of-the-art technology and design to effectively treat up to thousands of gallons of wastewater per day.
OxyShark is biological, meaning the system uses beneficial, living bacteria to remove pollutants from wastewater. As wastewater passes through “media” where bacteria are housed, the bacteria devour the organic waste materials. The media also enhances productivity and efficiency, speeding up the process and ensuring a nearly potable final product.
OxyShark is an aerobic system that uses living bacteria to clean wastewater. This natural process eliminates the need for chemicals, which allows operators to directly discharge or reuse the resulting water under most circumstances.
A unique design allows OxyShark to complete the treatment process in as little as 2-4 hours, up to 10x faster than traditional wastewater treatment alternatives. Additional treatment processes (e.g., ultrafiltration) can be added after the OxyShark process to enhance color removal, disinfection, and other treatment as required by the facility.
Once treated, the effluent wastewater finishes the process and can be clean enough to be reused on site or directly discharged.
OxyShark yields minimal byproduct from the wastewater treatment process, unlike traditional systems that can leave behind messy and potentially noxious sludge.
OxyShark is easy to use and, once installed by a professional, easy to monitor, with little regular maintenance or training time necessary.
OxyShark is capable of managing massive loads of wastewater efficiently and effectively, all in a compact yet robust frame. The wastewater treatment process video features an in-depth view of the system with voiceover commentary.
OxyShark is aerobic and biological. By treating wastewater with only beneficial bacteria and oxygen, OxyShark eliminates the need for costly and potentially hazardous chemicals that can pose a threat to the environment.
OxyShark cleans untreated water by passing it through thousands of square feet of media, in which bacteria consume waste materials in the water.
Though thousands of square feet of media are housed within its frame, OxyShark’s innovative design is compact. The result is an OxyShark system that varies minimally in size depending on the wastewater load of a specific operation. The finished system is efficient in terms of size, cost and space.