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Optiflot - Flotation systems - GDF

Waste water systems with high pollution loads
Optiflot - Flotation systems - GDF Waste water systems with high pollution loads

Optiflot - Flotation systems - GDF

Optiflot - Flotation systems - GDF Description

Nijhuis Water Technology has developed a range of Optiflot flotation systems, type GDF, which is specifically designed for waste water streams with high pollution loads:

  • Suspended solids
  • Oil and Greases
  • Coagulated and flocculated particles

The Optiflot, type GDF can either be integrated in a total solution or offered as a single product for your waste water.

Optiflot - Flotation systems - GDF - Customer Benefits

  • Large free surface specially for high polluted water
  • Design of aeration system based on sludge load, so optimal sludge consistency will be reached
  • Construction of stainless steel
  • Standard range or tailor made

Optiflot - Flotation systems - GDF - Technical Data

In the Nijhuis Water Technology flotation unit the separable particles will float to the surface. The floating particles will be removed automatically and continuously by a scraper mechanism.

An open unit design to create an optimal surface area to remove large amount sludge from the waste water. The on-built recirculation system & aeration system is equipped with unique and patented non clogging aeration devices and will form very fine air bubbles who will support the separation of particles.

The unit is equipped with automatic sediment removal valves for removing any settled material.

Unit selection is based on the type of waste water, the hydraulic and sludge handling capacity.

  • Type
  •  
  •  
  • GDF 2
  • GDF 3
  • GDF 5
  • GDF 8
  • GDF 12
  • GDF 16
  • GDF 20
  • GDF 24
  • GDF 28
  • GDF 32
  • GDF 36
  • GDF 40
  • Hydralic
  • Capacity
  • max. m3/hr
  • 4
  • 8
  • 13
  • 20
  • 30
  • 40
  • 50
  • 60
  • 70
  • 80
  • 90
  • 100
  • Sludge Load
  • m3/hr
  •  
  • 0.6
  • 1.2
  • 2.0
  • 3.2
  • 4.8
  • 6.4
  • 8.0
  • 9.6
  • 11.2
  • 12.8
  • 14.4
  • 16.0
  • Length
  • mm
  •  
  • 3249
  • 4747
  • 6799
  • 6095
  • 8121
  • 10099
  • 9346
  • 10479
  • 11038
  • 11618
  • 12368
  • 13775
  • Width
  • mm
  •  
  • 1533
  • 1510
  • 1507
  • 2616
  • 2533
  • 2802
  • 2998
  • 3300
  • 3532
  • 4621
  • 4621
  • 4621
  • Height
  • mm
  •  
  • 2420
  • 2420
  • 2420
  • 2620
  • 2620
  • 2620
  • 2620
  • 2620
  • 2620
  • 2620
  • 2920
  • 3170
  • Weigth
  • empty / full
  •  
  • 550 - 2170
  • 850 - 3350
  • 1250 - 5000
  • 1850 - 10700
  • 2300 - 16800
  • 2850 - 15000
  • 3350 - 25500
  • 3450 - 29000
  • 3650 - 32700
  • 4500 - 39500
  • 4750 - 45500
  • 6000 - 68500

Unit selection is based on the type of waste water, use of chemicals, the hydraulic and sludge handling capacity, figures in this table are an indication

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