Membrane Bioreactor (MBR)
In this tank the elimination of recirculated nutrients under anoxic conditions (denitrification) is carried out in a biological way. It is equipped with an agitator responsible for facilitating the release of nitrogen gas produced in denitrification. In addition, this tank fulfills the functions of homogenizer.
It is an aerobic biological reactor with a filtration membrane module submerged in it.
Using microfiltration membrane (MF) technology after biological treatment, the increasingly stringent requirements that water must meet in order to be reused can be guaranteed.
With MF membranes after biological treatment, a stable quality of the filtered water and the elimination of 99.9% of the bacteria present in the water can be guaranteed.
Oxygen is incorporated into this reactor by means of a blower and fine bubble diffusers, creating an environment conducive to the development of microbial colonies of the aerobic type. These microorganisms degrade organic and inorganic matter.
A pump submerged in this tank recirculates the nitrates formed to the anoxic tank where denitrification will occur.
The mixed liquor of the aerobic biological reactor is filtered through a membrane module, by means of a suction pump. In this same tank a pump is placed that will carry out the sludge purges in order to eliminate excess microorganisms.
The entire process is automated with the necessary adjustments by means of an electrical panel.
The corresponding to each team. Especially the membranes: chemical cleaning.