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MBBR

MBBR is a highly effective biological treatment process based on a combination of conventional activated sludge process and biofilm media. The MBBR process utilizes floating High Capacity Micro Organism Bio Chips media within the aeration and anoxic tanks. The microorganisms consume organic material. The media provides increased surface area for the biological microorganisms to attach and grow. The increased surface area reduces the footprint of the tanks required to treat the wastewater. The treatment process can be aerobic and/or anaerobic and operates at high volume loads.

 

Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) sewage treatment plant is a simple and reliable method of treating wastewater. Due to simple operations and easy manageability, it is better than the conventional methods. MBBR uses a cluster of polyethylene bio film carriers that move randomly in the aerated basin containing wastewater. Since each carrier offers an effective surface area to cater the autotrophic and heterotrophic bacteria, this system is useful for a high-density population of bacteria. High degrees of reliability and ease of operation are assured by the MBBR system.

 

Our MBBR sewage treatment plant is ideal for removing physical, chemical and biological impurities from the wastewater produced by the kitchen, toilet or industries. We offer a world-class solution that is economical, hassle-free and multipurpose. Whether you choose MBBR treatment or Underground sewage treatment plant, it can be installed easily in a small area. It is ideal for small and medium level usage also because of lower installation, operation and maintenance costs.

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MBR

MBR package plant capable of BOD and nutrient removal for small decentralized wastewater facilities.

 

High Quality: When you need consistently high quality effluent in a small package, consider MBR Wastewater Treatment Systems. You can lower your capital and operating costs with a single, compact system requiring minimal operator attention.

Greater Dependability: The highly efficient membrane filters provide an absolute barrier between bacteria and the effluent. They eliminate filamentous bacteria problems, sludge bulking concerns, and concerns over highly variable organic loads. Membrane filters treat load fluctuations regardless of concentrations to produce consistent, dependable effluent

Better Performance: The MBR System eliminates many of the unit processes associated with conventional treatment systems. The bioreactor tanks degrade constituents normally considered recalcitrant and they eliminate solids carry-over from occurring, allowing long sludge retention times.

Easy Installation: The system comes in a prefabricated package ready to operate. After connecting electrical service, influent and effluent piping, the system is operating. No special site requirements or concrete tanks are needed for indoor or outdoor installation

Lower Costs: MBR attention to detail produces an integrated system designed to lower the capital and operation costs of an MBR system:

  • Generates much less sludge due to higher MLSS operation and SRT

  • Exhibits the longest membrane life and has the lowest replacement costs

  • Tankage integrated in the system

  • Requires less space than conventional treatment systems or other MBR technologies

  • No special site requirements

  • Able to operate during peak conditions

  • Consumes less chemicals than conventional treatments

  • Eliminates diffusers when jet aeration system is specified

  • Eliminates the safety concerns surrounding the maintenance of immersed membrane systems.

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Electrocoagulation

Electrocoagulation is a simple and effective method of removing various heavy metals, metalloids, organic substances, ammonia, nitrates, phosphates, etc. from contaminated water. The process is performed by applying an electric current across metal electrodes that are submerged in water. When the electricity passes through the electrodes, metal ions are released from the sacrificial anode and combine with hydroxide ions produced at the cathode. This results in the formation of polymeric metal hydroxides, which are excellent coagulants. These coagulants trap and remove contaminants present in the water.

 

Using this advanced technology, we are able to assist our clients in removing or significantly reducing:

  • TSS (Total Suspended Solids)

  • Organics including arsenic, volatile and colloidal organic particulate including silica

  • Emulsified oils & hydrocarbons

  • Heavy Metals including chromium 6, fluoride, lead, and radioactive particulates

  • Fats

  • Bacteria, viruses, cysts and parasites

  • Odor causing compounds such as hydrogen sulfide

  • Hardness minerals such as calcium and magnesium

  • Color

  • Certain Radioactive compounds​

 

Advantages of our Electrolytic Coagulation:

  • Continuous Automatic Control with optimized electrodes based on source water contamination

  • Cleaning cycle to extend electrode performance

  • Optimized power consumption based on water quality

  • Low sludge production that is easily de-watered and used for agriculture or safely disposed

  • Low Maintenance costs typically 50% or higher cost savings versus chemical coagulation processes

  • Modular Requiring Less Occupied Space

  • Sustainable and Environmentally Friendly

Chemical Coagulation

In waste water treatment, coagulation and flocculation are employed to separate suspended solids from water. Although the terms coagulation and flocculation are often used interchangeably, or the single term "flocculation" is used to describe both; they are, in fact, two distinct processes. Knowing their differences can lead to a better understanding of the clarification and dewatering operations of wastewater treatment. Finely dispersed solids (colloids) suspended in wastewaters are stabilized by negative electric charges on their surfaces, causing them to repel each other. Since this prevents these charged particles from colliding to form larger masses, called flocks, they do not settle. To assist in the removal of colloidal particles from suspension, chemical coagulation and flocculation are required. These processes, usually done in sequence, are a combination of physical and chemical procedures. Chemicals are mixed with wastewater to promote the aggregation of the suspended solids in to particles large enough to settle or be removed.

Coagulation is the destabilization of colloids by neutralizing the forces that keep them apart. Cationic coagulants provide positive electric charges to reduce the negative charge (zeta potential) of the colloids. As a result, the particles collide to form larger particles (flocks).Coagulation, thus, implies formation of smaller compact aggregates. Rapid mixing is required to disperse the coagulant throughout the liquid.

Care must be taken not to overdose the coagulants as this can cause a complete charge reversal and restabilize the colloid complex.

Effluents are heterogeneous in nature. Chemical coagulation is an important unit process in water treatment for the removal of turbidity. Its application in water treatment is followed by sedimentation and filteration. Various types of coagulants are being used to condition water before sedimentation and filteration.

 

The most widely used coagulants are:

·  Aluminum sulphate{Alum}

·  Poly aluminum chloride {PAC}

·  Ferrous sulphate

·  Sodium Aluminate

·  Silicon Derivatives

·  Lime

·  Synthetic Organic Polymers

Advantages

·  Simplicity and cost-effectiveness

·  Separates many kind of particles from water

·  Enhances filtration process

·  Uses abundant and low cost chemicals

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