MBR Treatment Plant

MBR (membrane bioreactor) treatment plant is a wastewater treatment system that combines a membrane filtration process with a suspended growth bioreactor. This system offers several advantages, including a simple structure, energy efficiency, automatic control, easy installation, and lower cost.

The MBR treatment plant consists of two main processes: the biological treatment process and the membrane filtration process. In the biological treatment process, microorganisms consume and biodegrade organic pollutants and nutrients in the wastewater. This process typically takes place in an aerated tank or basin, where the microorganisms are kept in suspension through mechanical agitation or aeration.

The second process, membrane filtration, involves the use of a membrane filter to separate the treated water from the microorganisms and solids in the bioreactor. The membrane filter typically used in MBR treatment plants is a microfiltration membrane, which has pore sizes of 0.1 to 0.4 microns. The membrane filter allows for high-quality treated water that can be reused for non-potable applications, such as irrigation or industrial processes.

Additional features of the MBR Treatment Plant include:

● High removal efficiency for bacteria and viruses;

● Flexible design, suitable for various capacities and types of wastewater;

● Easy operation and maintenance, with remote monitoring, available;

● Low noise and odour, suitable for urban areas;

● Environmentally friendly, with low energy consumption and carbon footprint.

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