MBBR Mini Plant
EEC MINI PLANTS – MBBR
The EEC MINI PLANT STP system is based on the EEC High-Speed Bio-Tec biodegradation and sedimentation technology, which is unique due to its compactness and performance in respect of volumetric efficiency. These technologies are combined in a prefabricated; skid-mounted and standardized tank system that forms the EEC High-Speed Bio Tec Mini Plants for sewage treatment applications.
EEC MBBR MINI PLANTS offers three standard models from 6, 20, and 30 m3/day. These Small scale systems include sludge, buffer, and feed tank. All EEC systems are extensively aerated and produce no odor. We have incorporated several world-class renowned equipment/instruments, which are time-tested, both at home & abroad. Utmost care has been taken for the selection of proper materials in the construction of each component in our package plant system, as we believe that appropriate selection of materials is vital in such an advanced system.
MBBR wastewater plants are very compact & occupy less space than other sewerage treatment plants.
Less maintenance, low capital & operating cost-benefit from simple assembly and operation by on-site labor.
The system is prefabricated with a buffer, feed, and sludge system, all in one system.
Easily expandable and transportable to any location.
There is no need to add microorganisms.
The system will operate without any chemical addition.
Easy start-up, fully automatic operation, reliable & robust once started.
One central control panel for easy operation.
Clog free air distribution system and AMB bio-media that comes with 20 years warranty.
Ammonia and nutrient removal systems are available upon request.
What is MBBR media? MBBR media also named MBBR bio media, MBBR carrier. what has been known as Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) is a wastewater treatment process. Installed in 50 countries worldwide, it sums up to over 700 wastewater treatment systems available for either municipal or industrial purposes. So, it needs many MBBR media.
With MBBR working principle, provides benefits together with the attached and suspended growth systems. MBBR media manufacturers ensure to offer advanced first-class wastewater treatment technology at expected high efficiency.
By getting the MBBR media in full form, you are acquiring a minimal cost in investing it, during operation, its maintenance, and its replacement when possible. The complete MBBR media material provides a massively reliable and vigorously sturdy operation procedure.
The excellence in the performance of this MBBR media will leave other industrial expertise of the same product line in a peculiar search for advancement on how to make it up to the top with the end product.
This MBBR media has been used already in different industries through our proficient process using high-grade raw materials producing a remarkably competent end product available for valuable clients like you.
With the comprehensive demand of clients worldwide, we aimed to perform to the best we can to provide solutions to previously unresolved issues of wastewater treatment system lapses. With materials of quality proven polymeric under high innovations, improved quality measures to this media have been reached and accomplished.
Fine Bubble VS. Coarse Bubble Diffusers
COARSE BUBBLE DIFFUSERS: PROS
Below, you will find a discussion of the best selling points of coarse bubble diffusers for wastewater treatment systems:
1. High Alpha Factor
The larger holes of coarse bubble diffusers mean the diffusers are less susceptible to fouling than fine bubble diffusers. Bacteria and biosolids are less likely to become trapped and encrusted in the perforations. This keeps the diffusers running efficiently and reduces back-pressure that would otherwise put wear and tear on the blowers.
2. Strong Mixing
The larger bubbles produced by coarse bubble diffusers have more volume, displace more waste liquid, and consequently produce more power for mixing. Biosolids are kept in suspension and are less likely to form unwanted sludge. The effective mixing of coarse bubble diffusers facilitates the breakdown of organic waste thanks to its powerful combination of oxygen, bacteria, and waste material.
3. Low Maintenance
Coarse bubble diffusers’ larger pores mean the diffusers are less prone to clogging and require cleaning less frequently with a pressure washer or manual brush. This low maintenance saves the treatment facility money and time.
Enhanced resistance to fouling means the diffusers wear out and require replacement less frequently. The lessened burden of replacement likewise saves money.
COARSE BUBBLE DIFFUSERS: CONS
Although coarse bubble diffusers offer strong benefits in their power and durability, it’s important for treatment facilities to consider the drawbacks of these diffusers, which are discussed below:
1. Less Efficient Oxygen Transfer
Coarse bubble diffusers produce fewer, larger bubbles that travel faster than those produced by fine bubble diffusers. Larger, faster bubbles transfer less oxygen into the water column. Typically, the SOTE of coarse bubble diffusers is less than 1%. To achieve the oxygen transfer efficiency of a comparable fine bubble diffuser, a coarse bubble diffuser would require twice as much air.
2. Less Efficient Aeration
Similarly, despite their increased vertical mixing power, coarse bubble diffusers disperse less oxygen into the water for less efficient aeration, typically achieving 50% or less of the efficiency achieved with fine bubble diffusers.
Media Retention Screen
The Media Retention Screen, including carbon, allows for the use of larger tanks in plants with higher production tonnage. The media retention screen also reduces downtime incidents and operating costs associated with earlier generations of screen design.
How it Works
Slurry flows through the cylindrical screen and into the annular region between the outer screen surface and the inner cylinder. The screened slurry then flows up through the annular region into the volute and out through the tank laundering to the next tank.
The internal section of the impeller assembly incorporates a down-thrust turbine, which drives the media out of the center section to avoid the concentration of the media and possible degradation. The slurry outlet on the screen matches the face on the tank launder, to which it hooks and forms a tight seal - without the need for fasteners or clamping devices.
The media retention screen can be removed from its tank and a clean one installed in its place in five to ten minutes. By closing the gate in the exit launder for this short time, the need to drop the level in the tank or to take it offline is avoided.
Specific flow rates for the media retention screen can be up to four times greater than other screening methods. Media retention screens are used in CIP and CIL plants worldwide and are quickly gaining a solid reputation as the premier media retention screens for gold recovery.
What Are Sewage Treatment Plants?
Essentially, a sewage treatment plant ;operates by circulating air to encourage the growth of bacteria to break down sewage. The goal is to deliver much cleaner, more environmentally friendly effluent. It involves a similar process to a typical septic tank but has some key differences. Sewage treatment plants, depending on their size, can treat the waste of commercial properties or a number of domestic dwellings.
What Are The Stages of Sewage Treatment?
The general construction of a sewage treatment plant doesn’t differ too drastically from that of a septic tank. Just as with a septic tank, sewage flows from the property being serviced into the first chamber of the sewage treatment plant. Here, the water sits until grease, oil and scum have floated to the top and solids have settled on the bottom of the tank.
Once the process of separation has taken place, the liquid travels into a second chamber which is where sewage treatment plants differ from septic tanks. This chamber is fitted with an air pump that circulates air around the chamber to encourage the growth of aerobic bacteria. This bacteria helps to break down the contaminants in the water, effectively cleaning it.
The final stage of a sewage treatment plant is one last settlement tank. This final tank allows the very last solids that may remain to sink to the bottom of the tank before the effluent is discharged into a soakaway or watercourse.
Once the treatment process has been completed and the wastewater has been treated as thoroughly as possible, it can be discharged into the environment. This is another key area where sewage treatment plants differ from sewage treatment plants. Whereas you must discharge effluent from a septic tank into a soakaway for further treatment in the ground, subject to an Environment Agency Consent to Discharge, you can discharge your effluent into local water sources straight from your treatment plant. This is because of the vastly improved effluent quality that the treatment process produces.
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