The FBR is a compact built continuous biological wastewater treatment system.
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After pre-treatment (screening), the wastewater flows into a reactor tank with aerator. The reactor tank is filled with a mix of active sludge and water. Active sludge consists of biomass (bacteria flocks) that converts pollutants in the presence of oxygen.
The design has an optimal inlet distribution, a controlled micro air bubble formation and plate packs increasing the surface area and therefore the separation efficiency. Multi-point microbubble formation inside the FBR to limit coalescence of micro air bubbles to an absolute minimum.
Automatic micro air bubble expansion injector flush & readjustment system.
Bottom of the flotation unit has a sludge auger which automatically discharges the sediment.
The sludge particles float to the water surface of the flotation unit, from where it is removed by means of a scraper system and transported to the sludge hopper of the flotation unit. The static thickener and low speed scraper drive allow effective water drainage from the sludge.
Our biological wastewater treatment system, type BIOCON is designed to treat wastewater capacities in standard systems from 50 to 500 population equivalent.
The MNR reactor technology was designed to be modular and expandable, where the system can be scaled to the desired size, and arranged in a vertical or horizontal layout for maximum architectural flexibility.
Biological treatment using scraper bridge