Aerobic water purification

AEROBIC WASTE WATER TREATMENT with
TRICKLING FLOW REACTORS
›› PROCESS DESCRIPTION

The Trickling Flow Reactor is filled with a lightweight carrier material in the form of granules. At the bottom, air is blown through a highly active bed of granules, while at the same time the water to be treated is trickling down from the top. Biomass is created on the carrier material.
Biosludge is separated from the carrier material by means of short-term regeneration with fixed intervals, and washed with air.

1= water supply
2= circulation
3= clean water outlet
4= air inlet
5= biomass bed
6= sludge removal

REACTOR
Cylindrical polyethylene reactor.
BIOMASS
After start-up, a full cover of natural micro-organisms develops on the packing.
CIRCULAR FLOW
The biomass is continuously provided with biodegradable waste water, as the fluid is distributed evenly across the reactor.
RELIABILITY
In the case of failure, pumps and fans can be exchanged without any problems.
FLOW OF AIR
A fan is used to supply fresh air to the bottom of the reactor.
WASTE PRODUCTS
Compared to conventional aerobic techniques, relatively little sludge is produced, which can be removed without any problems.
PACKING
Bed of polystyrene granules.

COMPANY
PRODUCTS & SERVICES
Aerobic water purification
Microstraining
Microfiltration
Membrane distillation
Tanks
Mixing and metering units
Treatment tanks
Scrubbers
Piping synthetic and
stainless steel
Demonstration units
Specials
Installation and
maintenance
APPLICATION - SECTOR
PROJECT FLOWCHART
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