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Water reuse equipment
Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) technology is a new technology combining biological treatment technology and membrane separation technology, which replaces the secondary sedimentation tank in traditional technology. It can be highly efficient. Solid-liquid separation is carried out to obtain stable stable water for direct use. In addition, a high concentration of microorganisms can be maintained in the biological pool, and the process residual sludge is small, the ammonia nitrogen is removed very effectively, the effluent suspended matter and turbidity are close to zero, and the effluent Bacteria and viruses have been largely removed, with low energy consumption and small footprint. In the 1970s, membrane bioreactors have been used in wastewater and wastewater treatment in many countries in the United States, Japan, South Africa and Europe. Currently there are 1,000 in Japan. The remaining MBR is in operation. The water source is taken from domestic sewage (such as shower drain, wash drain, laundry drain, kitchen drain, toilet drain, etc.) and cooling water.
Scope of application:
Suitable for residential sewage, office buildings, shopping malls, hotels, restaurants, institutions, schools, military units, factories and other domestic sewage and similar industrial organic wastewater, such as textile, beer, paper, leather, food, chemical and other industries deal with.
Raw water→grid→regulating tank→lifting pump→bioreactor→circulating pump→membrane component→disinfecting device→middle water storage pool→water water system