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Bioctor C

Nijhuis Bioctor C - Aerobic biological treatment - Continuous
Bioctor C Nijhuis Bioctor C - Aerobic biological treatment - Continuous

Bioctor C

Bioctor C Description

Nijhuis Water Technology, designs and supplies a complete range of aerobic biological treatment systems, where bacteria will remove dissolved materials from your waste water. The continuous biological treatment is one of the systems Nijhuis Water Technology designs. Depending on your waste water capacity and consistency continuous biological treatment system can be designed. The design can make use of different types sludge and water separator, either a conventional clarifier or an activated sludge flotation unit.

The mainly soluble matter is removed by biological treatment. Biomass converts organic matter to water, carbon diocide and new biomass.

A Nijhuis Water Technology continuous biological treatment design can consist of the following steps:

  • Selector
  • Aeration tank
  • Denitification starge (if applicable)
  • Sludge water separator
  • Continuous discharge

This aerobic biological treatment process requires input of air. The most common used ways of aeration is either fine bubble bottom aeration or surface aeration

The amount of aeration is controlled by an oxygen measurement installed in the aeration tank and is programmed in such a way that the power consumption is minimal.

Bioctor C - Customer Benefits

  • Continuous feed in flow and pollution
  • Continuous discharge
  • Clarifier
  • Larger space requirement
  • Lower power consumption
  • No polymer dosing
  • Potential risk sludge carry over
  • Excess sludge around 1% dry solids
  • Activated sludge flotation
  • Low risk sludge carry over
  • Power required for aeration
  • Polymer dosing might be required
  • Small footprint
  • Better solids discharge results
  • Excess sludge around 3 - 4 % dry solids

Bioctor C - Technical Data

1) Selector
Selector tank in which bacteria are in contact with BOD (raw influent) in order to give flock building bacteria an advantage over filamentous bacteria.

2) Nutrient and Phosphor precipitant dosing (if required)
When there is a lack of nutrients in the water these have to be added to create a healthy biomass For phosphorus removal dosing of a precipitant will be required

3) Aeration tank

  • Aeration of biomass/water mixture

4) Sludge and water separator

  • Activated sludge flotation
  • Clarifier

5) Sludge return and excess sludge

  • Sludge return flow will be pumped to the selector
  • Excess sludge will be discharged, further dewatering is a possibility
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