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- Commodity name: Membrane Bioreactor
Membrane bioreactor Membrane bioreactor (MBR) water treatment technology is a highly efficient biochemical water treatment technology that combines biotechnology and membrane technology. Membrane bioreactor is an efficient sewage treatment technology that combines membrane separation technology and traditional sludge method. Due to the filtration effect of the membrane, biomass is completely trapped in the bioreactor, achieving complete separation of hydraulic retention time and sludge age, maintaining a high MLSS in the bioreactor Strong chemical ability and high pollutant removal rate.
Membrane bioreactor is a new type of water treatment technology that combines efficient membrane separation technology with activated sludge method. The application of hollow fiber membrane replaces the secondary sedimentation tank in the activated sludge process for solid-liquid separation, effectively achieving the goal of mud water separation.
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By fully utilizing the efficient interception effect of the membrane, nitrifying bacteria can be effectively intercepted and completely retained in the bioreactor, ensuring smooth nitrification reaction, effectively removing ammonia nitrogen, avoiding sludge loss, and intercepting large molecule organic matter that is difficult to degrade at the moment, extending its residence time in the reactor and achieving maximum decomposition. After the application of MBR technology, the removal rate of main pollutants can reach: COD ≥ 93%, SS-100%. The suspended solids and turbidity of the produced water are almost zero, and the treated water quality is good and stable, which can be directly reused, achieving sewage resource utilization.
Membrane bioreactors are widely used for the daily sewage treatment and reuse of dispersed users in residential areas, hotels, resorts, schools, office buildings, and other industries, as well as organic sewage treatment in beer, tanning, food, chemical and other industries. The water produced by membrane bioreactors is commonly used for non drinking purposes such as irrigation, washing, sanitation, and landscaping.